Class of 1994: Coach
First joining forces to claim success as the 1947 Canadian Waltz, Tenstep and Dance champions, this exceptional pair would go on to dedicate themselves to the development of skating for more than forty years. Always striving for innovation in the sport of skating, they formed the Metropolitan Ice Skating Schools and hockey and power skating schools during the 1950s which benefited thousands of young Canadian skaters. They were members of the World and Olympic team for eighteen consecutive years, their motivational and optimistic approach to coaching leading many of their skaters to success. Included among their students were 1962 World Pair champions Maria and Otto Jelinek and 1964 Olympic silver medallists Debbi Wilkes and Guy Revell.