Softball Canada Hall of Fame
Athletes Category

Adam Smith

Inducted: 2013
Province: Ontario


Adam Smith is known for his fantastic two-way play, being a very dangerous hitter and a remarkable defensive second baseman capable of making highlight reel plays at any time. Throughout his career, he earned the respect of his teammates, opponents and fans by putting everything on the line on every play and providing clutch hits and leadership.

At the National level, Adam is a four-time Canadian Championship Gold medalist and a five-time Silver medalist, earning All-Star and Top Batter awards in 1993 and was the Top Player of the Championship Round in 1996. He was a long-time member and captain of the Toronto Gators, who had a great amount of success in the 1990’s highlighted by three Canadian Championship Gold medals over a four year period from 1993 to 1996. Over his career, Adam also played for several other teams in Ontario, including Burlington, Owen Sound, Oshawa, Jarvis and Kitchener-Waterloo.

Internationally, Adam played on Canada’s Senior Men’s National Team from 1989 to 2000, where he represented our country at two ISF Men’s World Championships – winning Gold in 1992 and a fourth-place finish in 2000 – and two Pan American Games, where he won Gold in 1995 and 1999. In addition to his tremendous international career, Adam continues to play locally and recently competed at the World Masters Games this summer in Torino with the Toronto Gators.

 

Doug Chase

Inducted: 2012
Province: British Columbia


Coming from a renowned softball family in Port Alberni, BC, Doug Chase followed in the footsteps of his   older brothers Rick and Vaughan and quickly outgrew the competition in his age group to graduate to his brother’s Senior team in 1983. That year, he was the youngest player on his team and earned the Most Valuable Player award at   the Provincial Championships, where his team finished third.

At the provincial level, Doug led the Port Alberni A’s to Provincial Championships in 1986 and 1987, hitting clutch homeruns to defeat a heavily favoured Victoria Payless team. After representing BC at the Canadian Championships in each of those years – and being named to the tournament All-Star Team in 1987 – Doug was selected to the Canadian Men’s National Team and began a stellar 13 year career with the club that concluded in 2000. He also went on to win three Canadian Championships (1991, 1992 and 1997), and was named to the All-Star team on two more occasions (1997 and 1998).

Internationally, he competed in three Pan American Games (1991, 1995 and 1999) and took home three gold medals from those events. He also played in three ISF World Championships (1992, 1996 and 2000), winning gold in 1992 in New Zealand and silver in 1996 in Midland, Michigan. Throughout his playing career, Doug was a great leader and one of the best defensive catchers in the world with a fantastic ability to hit for power.

 

Mike Piechnik

Inducted: 2012
Province: British Columbia


Starting out as an outfielder with a strong arm and bat, Mike Piechnik was amazed by the pitchers on his team and started to practice by pitching to his older brother Andy at home. His dedication to fitness and his strong work ethic quickly shaped his softball career as one of the top left-handed pitchers in the game as he won multiple provincial Championships and would go on to win four Canadian Championships and represent the Canadian Men’s National Team.

After playing Senior ball in Victoria in the early 1980’s, Mike spent some time playing in New Zealand and in the United States before returning to Victoria in 1990. He went on to win four Canadian Championship gold medals (1991, 1992, 1997 and 2001) and earned numerous awards, including Top Pitcher (1990, 1993, 1995 and 1998), Most Valuable Player – Qualifying Round (1993), and Top Player – Championship Round (1992 and 2001). A few of his major accomplishments were pitching six games in two days to win gold at the 1991 Canadian Championship and throwing back-to-back perfect games in 1993.

At the International level, Mike had the honour of being a member of the Men’s National Team program from 1987 to 1999, winning two Pan American Games gold medals (1995 and 1999), and played in two ISF World Championships, winning gold in 1992 and silver in 1996. He also played in three North American Challenge Cups, winning Gold in 1991 and Silver in 1992 and 1993, and was Most Valuable Pitcher and Most Valuable Player at the event in 1992.

 

Bryan Sosnowski

Inducted: 2012
Province: Alberta


After spending four years with the Beauvallon Aces at the Intermediate level (1969-1972), Bryan Sosnowski moved on to Senior ball, where he competed for the next 22 years before retiring from the game in 1994. Throughout his long playing career, he won 11 Provincial Championships in Alberta as well two others in Saskatchewan.

One of the most feared hitters of the 1980’s, Bryan competed in numerous Canadian Championships, winning three gold medals (1980, 1985 and   1987) and three silver medals (1982, 1983 and 1986) as a member of the Camrose Merchants, Calgary Brake & Clutch and Saskatoon All-O-Matics. He also has the distinction of being named a Canadian Championship All-Star in three different decades, as a shortstop in 1972 and 1980 and later as a first baseman in 1992, which speaks volumes about his longevity in the sport.

Internationally, Bryan was a member of Team Canada in 1983, which was the first "All-Star" team selected to represent Canada at the international level as a National Team. That team won the gold medal at the Pan American Games, and was later inducted to the Softball Canada Hall of Fame in 1997.

 

Todd King

Inducted: 2011
Province: Nova Scotia


Over his career, Todd King played a major role in several Canadian Championships. He won a gold medal and was named to the tournament All-Star team at the 1998 Senior Men’s Canadian Championship, and won a silver medal and took home Top Batter and Qualifying Round MVP awards at the same event in 1994. He was also named to the All-Star teams at the 1993 Senior Men’s and 1987 Midget Boy’s Canadian Championships.

At the provincial level, Todd won six Senior Men’s Provincial Championships in Nova Scotia between 1992 and 1998, and was a major contributor on those teams who would all go on to represent Nova Scotia at the Canadian Championships.

In addition to his contributions at the Provincial and Canadian Championship level, Todd also represented Canada with the Senior Men’s National Team from 1995 to 2000, winning Pan American Games Gold medals in 1995 and 1999 and an ISF Men's World Championship Silver medal in 1996. He also represented Canada at the 2000 ISF Men’s World Championship.

 

Tim Macumber

Inducted: 2011
Province: Nova Scotia


At the Canadian Championship level, Tim Macumber won Gold medals at the 1992 Junior Men’s Championship and 1996 Senior Men’s Championship, as well as three Silver medals (1998, 2007 and 2009) and a Bronze (2002) at the Senior Men’s level.

Throughout his career, he was named to the Senior Men’s Canadian Championship All-Star teams in 1995, 2000 and 2005. In addition, Tim played for the Canadian Senior Men’s   National Team in 2002, 2003, 2005 and 2006, winning a Pan American Games Gold medal in 2003 when he led the team in runs batted in.

In his home province of Nova Scotia, Macumber is seen as a softball legend having represented his province and country on numerous occasions over the past two decades. In addition to continuing to play at the senior level, he also gives back to the sport by helping out at the grassroots level.

 

Jacki Nichol

Inducted: 2010
Province: Saskatchewan


Jacki Nichol began her softball career at the community level at the age of 6, and as she got older she eventually played for Noreen Murphy’s Lorne Lazers (Midget and Junior) before graduating to DBJ Leasing. She played in 13 Canadian Championships between 1987 and 2002, winning a Gold medal in 2000 and Bronze medals in 1998 and 2001.

At the international level, Jacki is the only player in Canadian softball history to play in two ISF Junior Women’s World Championships (1987 and 1991). She went on to play on the Senior Women’s National Team from 1998 to 2002, winning a Silver medal at the 1999 Pan American Games and serving as Team Captain for Canada at the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney, the 2001 Pan American Qualifier and the 2002 ISF World Championship in Saskatoon.

She was inducted to   the Saskatoon Sports Hall of Fame in 2005, and is currently on the Board of Directors for the Saskatoon Sports Hall of Fame (2006-present).

 

Phyllis Bomberry

Inducted: 2009
Province: Ontario


Phyllis Bomberry grew up playing softball in a time when there were no Canadian Championships, and once they were created, it was very difficult for women’s teams to qualify. In total, her softball career spanned 25 years from 1951 to 1976, with her most successful years between 1967 and 1970.

Phyllis began her career by playing her minor softball in the Caledonia League from 1951 to 1960, and won back-to-back Provincial Intermediate B PWSU Championships in 1960 and 1961. After playing with the Mohawks from 1961 to 1965, Phyllis played in several world-class tournaments over the five following years, most notably the Bulova Watch Tournament at the Canadian National Exhibition in Toronto where she had three (3) first-place finishes and two (2) second-place finishes.

From 1967 to 1970, Phyllis was by far one of the best players in the country. In 1967, she won a Canadian Championship and was named All-Star Catcher, also collecting Top Batter and Most Valuable Player awards. The following year, she won her second straight Canadian Championship and once again was named All-Star catcher. In 1969, Phyllis became the first woman to win the Tom Longboat award (created in 1951) annually awarded to the most outstanding First Nations athlete. That same year, she won a Gold medal at the very first Canada Games, and later won a Gold medal at the Ontario Summer Games in 1976.

 

Darren Zack

Inducted: 2009
Province: Ontario


Darren Zack is recognized as one of the top pitchers ever seen in the Fast-Pitch world. He was dominating in the circle, a wonderful sportsman and a terrific ambassador for the game off the field. He is treated as a legend whenever he appears at a Canadian ballpark, a certain sign of the respect that he has earned in the softball community.

Darren has participated in numerous Canadian Championships, winning Gold medals in 1993, 1995 and 1996 and a Silver medal in 1992. His National awards include Top Pitcher in 1992, Top Player in the Championship Round in 1993, All-Star Pitcher and Top Player of the Championship Round in 1995, and Most Valuable Player and Top Pitcher of the Qualifying Round in 1996. He most recently played for the Horse Lake Thunder (AB) at the 2008 Canadian Senior Men’s Championship at the age of 48.

Darren represented Canada at numerous International events from 1991 to 2004, winning a Gold medal at the 1992 ISF World Championship, a pair of Silver medals at the 1996 and 2004 ISF World Championships, as well as three Gold medals at the Pan American Games (1991, 1995 and 1999). Overall, he posted a 10-2 record in three ISF World Championships, including going 4-0 and pitching the Gold medal win when Canada last won the event in 1992. He was also a key member in his two Silver medal World Championship and in all three of his Pan American Championship appearances.

In addition to being a dominant pitcher on the field, Zack loves giving back to his community and to the sport, working with youth to develop their skills by giving clinics across the country. In 1997, Darren was awarded the National Aboriginal Achievement Award, and in 1999 he was presented with the Tom Longboat Aboriginal Award, honouring outstanding First Nations athletes.

 

Wendy Dealy

Inducted: 2008
Province: New Brunswick


Wendy (Winnifred Marion) Dealy was born in Chatham, New Brunswick and has been recognized as Softball New Brunswick Inc.’s premiere softball pitcher throughout her 19 year playing career. She represented her home province in 14 Canadian Championships (2 junior, 12 senior), often leading the charge for her team in the pitcher’s circle and earning 33 wins at the National level.

Wendy began her 19-year career in 1968 as a Bantam aged player. Five years later, she made her first appearance on the National scene by helping Team New Brunswick win a silver medal at the Canada Summer Games in Burnaby/New Westminster, BC. That same year (1973), she also appeared at her first Canadian Senior Women’s Fast Pitch Championship, the first of 14 appearances between 1973 and 1987. In 1975, she was named Top Pitcher and Most Valuable Player at the Canadian Junior Women’s Fast Pitch Championship, compiling a 5-0 record and an Earned Run Average of 1.13 in 31 innings of round-robin play. The following year, she was named Top Pitcher of the same event once again, pitching 26 of 28 innings that her team played. She later pitched a no-hitter at the 1982 Canadian Senior Women’s Fast Pitch Championships in St. John’s, NL.

In 1994, she was inducted to the Softball New Brunswick Inc. Hall of Fame, and was later inducted to the New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame in 2001 and the Miramichi Wall of Fame in 2007.

 

Kris Gillis

Inducted: 2008
Province: New Brunswick


Kristopher Gillis began playing softball at the young age of 5 years old in his hometown. In 1988, he led his team to a Pee Wee Provincial title and an Eastern Canadian Championship. The following year, he was the youngest player selected to the Canada Summer Games Softball Team, and was a solid contributor on the team four years later in 1993.

That very same year, he was a significant contributor of the Gold-medal winning Canadian National Team at the 1993 ISF Junior Men’s World Championships, which happens to be the last time Canada won the Gold medal at the tournament. Gillis was named Most Valuable Player of Canada’s semi-final win over Japan, hitting two homeruns and driving in all three runs in a 3-2 win to lead Canada to the final. He also crossed the plate for the winning run in the eighth inning of the Championship game, a 4-3 win against New Zealand. The Salisbury native led Team Canada with five homeruns in the event, and also ranked second with 14 runs batted in.

Following his heroic performances in 1993, Kris was an All-Star Third Baseman at the 1995 and 1996 Canadian Junior Men’s Championships, leading his team in homeruns and runs batted both years. He also helped his team win six Provincial Junior Championships from 1989 to 1996.

 

Jody Hennigar

Inducted: 2008
Province: Nova Scotia


Jody Hennigar is recognized as one of the most decorated players in Canadian Men’s softball history, with a career spanning 21 years. Twelve of those years were spent with the Canadian Senior Men’s National Team, while Jody also played in New Zealand for six years.

Jody's Canadian accomplishments include five Canadian Championship All-Star selections, two Canadian Championship Most Valuable Pitcher awards, while also collecting seven medals at the Canadian Championships (two gold, three silver, two bronze) with various teams. He represented Canada in three ISF World Championships (1992, 1996 and 2000), helping Canada win Gold in 1992 and silver in 1996, and competing on two Gold-medal winning Pan American Games teams (1995 and 1999).

One of Jody's most memorable moments came in the Gold Medal Game at the 1992 ISF Senior Men's World Championships against New Zealand, when his team was trailing 3-0 and he hit a pinch-hit three-run homerun to tie the game in the bottom of the seventh inning. Canada went on to win the game 5-3 in extra innings to capture its first Gold medal at the event since 1972. Not only was he considered as one of the World's Best hitters in International play, he also had the ability to shut down any opposing team in the pitcher's circle.

Jody's leadership, playing ability, character, competitiveness and honesty have all had a tremendously lasting impression for all who have played with him and coached him. While he was widely regarded as one of the best players in the World, Jody was also a strong leader in the dugout and off the field, giving back to the sport and the community, coaching a New Zealand Under-18 Team to a National title. Now residing in Florida, Jody volunteers his time to an all-girls Fast Pitch organization as Director of Coaching, and has also put on various clinics for any athlete wanting to learn from one of the game's All-Time Greats.

 

Bill Windsor

Inducted: 2006
Province: Newfoundland


Bill Windsor began his softball career at age ten in Ferryland, NL. By the age of 20, Bill returned to St. John's and started to compete in the Junior and Senior Men's "A" leagues. In 1983, he competed in his first of two Junior Men's Canadian Championships before becoming a senior in 1985 where he competed in 12 Senior Men's Canadian Championships.
  
On the national level, Bill helped his team earn a silver medal at the 1984 Junior Men's Canadian Championships and a bronze medal in 1989 at the Senior Men's Canadian Championships. In recognition of his exceptional play, Bill was a three time All-Star and was crowned top batter at the 1984 Junior Men's Canadian Championships with a batting average of 600. 
  
After enjoying much success on the national level, Bill moved on to the International Softball Congress (ISC), in 1993 and 1994, to play with Team Atlantic, where he was named top batter at the ISC qualifier in 1993 with a .700 batting average.

In 1994 and 1995, his final two years of competitive softball, Bill continued to play the St. John's Senior Men's "A" league and competed in his final two Canadian Championships. In 1995, with the Canadian Championships returning to St. John`s Newfoundland, Bill helped his team, once again earn a silver medal, bringing to an end an incredible 22 year career.

 

Serge "Pat" Bourque

Inducted: 2005
Province: Quebec


Serge "Pat" Bourque was born in the Beauce area and began his baseball career in the Lévis area on the Québec City South shore. He played baseball until he was 20 years old. After an unsuccessful trial at the Aigles de Trois-Rivières training camp (which was at the time the farm club of the Cincinnati Reds of Major League Baseball) and because there were not enough job opportunities in that sport, Serge began to play Orthodox Softball with the Molson team in Lévis. 
  
When he was 24, Serge was approached by a Québec City team and he made the step to Fast pitch and his career was then launched! With this team, he played in ten Canadian Championships in a 12 year period, and three times, he was chosen on the All-Star team. He was next picked up by the Canada National Team and he competed in many international tournaments. He enjoyed success in 1987 as a Softball Canada Team member at the Pan Am Games, which won the gold medal. In 1988, he was a member of the team who won the bronze medal at World Championships.
  
"Pat" Bourque’s career came to an end in 1990 due to a knee injury; after that, he created the Foundation Serge "Pat" Bourque to help Lévis children. He was induced to the Softball Québec Hall of Fame in October 1990.

 

Joy Collict

Inducted: 2005
Province: Ontario


Joy Collict was born in Toronto into a family of eight children. She began her softball career in the school playground leagues of Toronto in the early 1940s. She began her softball career in 1949, playing junior ball in the Sunnyside Ladies Fastball League. In 1952 she graduated to senior ball in the East Toronto Ladies Softball League, playing out of Coxwell Stadium. It was there that she developed into a world class catcher. Throughout her senior career she caught almost exclusively for the great Marion Fox. Fox was inducted into the Softball Canada Hall of Fame in 1977. Joy became well known for her strong arm, often throwing out runners without leaving the crouch. Also a solid hitter, she finished her career with a batting average above .300. 
  
A major highlight in her career was when she was named to the All-Star team at the 1956 World Tournament in Clearwater, Florida. Not only was she the first Canadian catcher to be named to a World All-Star team, she beat out her idol, legendary Dot Wilkinson, for the spot. She would later receive recognition from, then Toronto mayor, Nathan Philips for her outstanding accomplishment. Joy played in eight World Championships all together. 
  
Joy did not only excel in softball, she was an exceptional athlete that starred in hockey, speed skating, skiing, and bowling. She still is an outstanding athlete to this day, excelling at both golf and curling. For the past twenty five years she has been a member of the prestigious Ladies Golf Club of Toronto and a member of the Bayview Golf and Country Club Curling League for the past 12 years.

 

Tracey Huclack

Inducted: 2004
Province: British Columbia


Softball and sports run in Tracey Huclack’s family. Her mother Jackie and father Jim were outstanding softball players and athletes. Brother Dan played eight seasons in the CFL, winning two Grey Cups.
  
Tracey began playing softball at the relatively late age of 15 and quickly became noticed playing junior ball in North Vancouver. She went on to catch the eye of Adrian Lavigne, coach of the Doc’s Blues, and also attended Oklahoma State University on a scholarship. Playing with Doc’s Blues (later called Alpha Sports) between 1979 and 1988, she was part of an amazing seven Canadian Championship teams and personally took home MVP honours in 1985 and 1986 and was the top batter in 1987. During her time with the team she recorded a batting average of over .340, while compiling a 65-8 record as a pitcher.
  
Her talents as a centerfielder and pitcher were also recognized by the National Team program. She played for Canada at the 1986 and 1990 Championships (finishing 5th on both occasions). In between she had an extraordinary performance at the 1987 Pan American Games, where, in addition to her centerfield duties she pitched two perfect games as Canada went on to win the silver medal.
  
Continuing her tie-in to Softball Canada Hall of Famers, Tracey joined Glen Todd’s 1991 White Rock Renegades program and in the next three years was a member of another two Canadian Championship teams, along with a silver medal winning team. Her next stop was the Master’s division where she led her team, the Merolomas, to three straight gold medals at the Western Canadian Championships.
  
Tracey’s love of sport continues today as an athlete and coach. She continues to excel and make all those around her better.

 

Grant Skinner

Inducted: 2003
Province: Manitoba


Grant Skinner, born in Vancouver, B.C., grew up in a softball family and began his softball success in Winnipeg, Manitoba with the Kiewel Seals, Winnipeg Black Knights and Winnipeg Colonels. He had a great career spanning four decades, appearing in nine Canadian Championships and won the gold medal as a member of the 1993 Toronto Gators, who also won the ISC Championship that year. Grant was also a member of the 1983 Gold medal winning Canadian team at the Pan American Games where he was named all-star 2nd baseman and won silver with Canada at the 1984 World Championship. Skinner's biggest thrill throughout his softball career was to have the chance to compete with his brothers at the 1980 Canadian Championships. Grant was the 2nd baseman, his brother Dave was shortstop and his brother Larry was on 3rd base. Grant has received many accolades. He was nominated as Manitoba's Athlete of the Year in 1978 and 1983. In 1994, he was inducted into the City of Nepean "Sport Wall of Fame", in 2002 he was inducted into the Softball Manitoba Hall of Fame and, in November of 2003, he will also be inducted into the Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame.

 

Cliff Bishop

Inducted: 2003
Province: Manitoba


Cliff Bishop, born in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, is an iron man of Canadian softball. Cliff’s love of the game came from a supportive softball family. While growing up he watched his father pitch, had the thrill of playing ball with his brother and had his mother’s strong support. He went on to play in 17 Senior Men's Canadian Championships, excelling as a pitcher while being quite adept with the bat. Cliff states his career highlight as representing Canada at the 1979 Pan American Games where he threw a no-hitter and the team went on to win the gold medal. Cliff was nominated for Manitoba athlete of the year in 1979; in 1979 he was also named Manitoba Top Softball Player of the Year. A member of Softball Manitoba's Sports Hall of Fame since 1999, Cliff's love for the game has kept him involved for 33 years and counting. He has stayed involved through his commitment to providing leadership and skill through pitching clinics and as a pitching coach. Cliff has been married to his wife Linda for 20 years.

 

Hubert "Sock" MacDonald

Inducted: 2002
Province: Prince Edward Island


Hubert "Sock" MacDonald is widely regarded as the greatest all-round fastball player to come out of Prince Edward Island and a tremendous performer and "ironman" at the Canadian Championships level. He had speed, range, a great glove, strong arm (both on the mound and in the in-field) and could hit for average and power. He was a player you needed to keep your eye on.

 

Glen Jevne

Inducted: 2001
Province: Alberta
 

Shelley (Berube) Gadoury

Inducted: 2001
Province: Alberta
 

Jim Jones

Inducted: 2001
Province: Alberta
 

Brenda Staniforth

Inducted: 2001
Province: Saskatchewan
 

Claudette Bergeron

Inducted: 2000
Province: Quebec
 

Lori Sippel

Inducted: 2000
Province: Ontario
 

Sonny Phillips Jr.

Inducted: 1999
Province: New Brunswick
 

Len Beresford

Inducted: 1999
Province: Newfoundland & Labrador
 

Ross Crocker

Inducted: 1999
Province: Newfoundland & Labrador
 

Mike Henderson

Inducted: 1999
Province: Nova Scotia
 

Mark Smith

Inducted: 1999
Province: Nova Scotia
 

Rob Guenter

Inducted: 1998
Province: British Columbia
 

Eugene McWillie

Inducted: 1998
Province: Saskatchewan
 

Reg Underwood

Inducted: 1998
Province: British Columbia
 

Ray Tilley

Inducted: 1997
Province: Ontario
 

Norma Wood

Inducted: 1997
Province: Ontario
 

Margaret Davis (Deceased)

Inducted: 1995
Province: Newfoundland & Labrador
 

Patty Polych

Inducted: 1993
Province: Newfoundland & Labrador
 

Joanne Mick

Inducted: 1993
Province: British Columbia
 

Bob Burrows

Inducted: 1993
Province: British Columbia
 

Pete Landers

Inducted: 1992
Province: Ontario
 

Jim McMillan (Deceased)

Inducted: 1992
Province: British Columbia
 

Janice Robinson

Inducted: 1992
Province: British Columbia
 

Marie Genereux Kirkpatrick (Deceased)

Inducted: 1992
Province: Ontario
 

Harry Eckler

Inducted: 1991
Province: Ontario
 

Pat Harrison

Inducted: 1990
Province: British Columbia
 

Richard Hames

Inducted: 1989
Province: Ontario
 

Jim Haley

Inducted: 1989
Province: Alberta
 

Rosemary Fuller

Inducted: 1988
Province: British Columbia
 

Doris "Dodie" Pepper

Inducted: 1987
Province: Ontario
 

Diane Warriner

Inducted: 1987
Province: Ontario
 

Joan French (Deceased)

Inducted: 1986
Province: Alberta
 

Arline Best

Inducted: 1985
Province: Ontario
 

Larry Tessier

Inducted: 1985
Province: Quebec
 

Olive (Bend) Little (Deceased)

Inducted: 1983
Province: Manitoba
 

Peter Savinkoff

Inducted: 1982
Province: Alberta
 

Paul Desabrais

Inducted: 1980
Province: Quebec
 

Stan Kern

Inducted: 1980
Province: British Columbia
 

Norman Bagnell (Deceased)

Inducted: 1979
Province: Ontario
 

Marion Fox (Deceased)

Inducted: 1977
Province: Ontario

 

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