1993 Ian Paton, Calgary, AB

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Ian Paton coached Canadian Women’s teams for more than 15 years(1983-1992,1998-2002) (More information to come)

1988 Tony Swift, Toronto, ON

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Few players successfully made the transition from hardball to soft ball and then to doubles. Tony Swift has won major championships internationally, nationally and provincially in all three disciplines of the game. Tony’s playing credentials...

1987 Jim Mason, Thornbury, ON

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“Fun, fitness, and friendship”. These words were the message that Jim Mason brought to the squash community his entire life as he spread the joy of the game of squash to Ontario, Canada and...

1986 Jack Fairs, London, ON

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Jack Fairs has worked at the University of Western Ontario for over half a century as a teacher, mentor, researcher and coach. He is well known and respected for his extensive contributions in physical...

1984 Charlie Ives, Winnipeg, MB

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Charles Ives' remarkable career as both an athlete and builder of the sport of squash has spanned almost sixty years and is still going strong. Starting out as a "ball boy" at the Queen's Club...

2014 Mark Sachvie, St. Catharines, ON

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Mark Sachvie was the Racquets Director at The Club at White Oaks for 32 years. Mark is one of Canada’s premier event organizers and builders of squash. He hosted over 220 squash tournaments during his...

2010 Anne Smith, Kingston, ON

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Canada first won Anne’s heart when she captained the Scottish team in the 1981 Women’s World Championships. Prior to that, Anne had come to Toronto as part of a Standard Life sponsored Scottish team...

2005 Glencoe Club, Calgary, AB

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On two separate moments in The Glencoe Club’s history, it was one stubborn individual, each time, who ensured squash courts were built. The first of these squash “champions” was Fred W. Hess. “It was...

1997 Jennifer Birch-Jones, Ottawa, ON

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Jennifer is an athlete, national referee and well-known sport volunteer. Jennifer has over 25 years experience working in performance measurement, evaluation, planning, facilitation, and training working with a diverse set of clients in both the...

1994 Jim Kenward, Ottawa, ON

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It has been said that if you give all you can as a volunteer, it can never be too little. Jim Kenward is the embodiment of that adage. He started squash in England in...