|Senator of the Lakes|
|Tenure began||1695 AN (13 AN years)|
|Senatorial positions||Commander of the Order of the Holy Lakes (1702– )|
|Elected||1690, in 1695, 1701, 1707|
Traditionalist (until 1707) |
United Ayreonist–Traditionalist (from 1708)
|Order of the Holy Lakes||Line of Arviður|
|Hair colour and style||grey|
|Date of birth||1643 AN (aged 65 AN years)|
The son of Valdemar Djupvik (1609– ) and Trine Katterud (1612– ), his paternal grandsfather Nilu Sólason being a Hurmu émigré, Patrik Djupvik was born in Shirekeep, but grew up in a conservative household of good standing in Konungsheim (Elijah's Rest). Having always been interested in politics but outshone by his aunt Liv Djupvik, he led a quiet and discrete life in Normark, mainly focusing on business in the banking and insurance sectors. In 1689, he decided he would try help his ancestral country by providing his financial skills to it. By 1690, a traditionalist set of members of the Order of the Holy Lakes nominated him to their list for the senate election. He was subsequently elected to the Senate the same year. He is considered a fiscally conservative member of the Senate who scrutinises every single bill for its effects on the taxpayer. Re-elected in 1695 and in 1701.
Married to Mikaela Klaron (born 1645), he has two sons, Samuel (1668) and Johannes (1670). The younger of these two has caused quite a few scandals in Normark.
Patrik enjoys spending time with his five grandchildren as well as hiking.
|Commander of the Order of the Holy Lakes