Class of 1994: Official
This key figure in the development of figure skating in Canada from the 1930s to the 1960s first got involved in the sport at the Winter Club in Montreal. Following a competitive career, which included the 1921 Canadian fours title, he turned his talents to judging and the organizational side of the sport. A world figure and dance judge and referee for many years, he served as Chairman of the Rules Committee and wrote a rule book on dance judging which remained in place from 1948 to 1965. As president of the CFSA in 1938 and 1946, he contributed greatly to the growth of the organization and was instrumental in establishing a scholarship program for young skaters.