Bill Stewart – Nominated by Rosemary Stewart,
Bill saw early hockey success in 1942 when he led the Penetanguishene Lions Club Juveniles to the provincial finals.
He joined the Hamilton Junior 'A' Club and then at the age of 17, he signed on as a professional with the AHL Providence Reds for the 1943-44 season. In December 1943, the Toronto Maple Leafs moved Stewart to Philadelphia of the Eastern Hockey League for experience. He was Philadelphia's fourth best points-getter, 14th in the league with 15 goals and 20 assists, with Philadelphia ending up third in the regular 45 games schedule.
In 1944, due to the war and unable to re-enter the U.S., he signed with the St. Catherine’s Falcons Junior 'A' Club but hurt his right knee while playing fast-ball there. An unsuccessful operation forced his hockey career to come to an end.
Lawrence ‘Larry’ Bellisle - Nominated by Henry Bisschop,
Larry got involved with hockey in 1959 with the Penetanguishene Junior 'C's then moved up to the Intermediate Level. He became convenor for Junior 'C', Intermediate 'A', 'B', 'C', as well as Senior 'A'.
In 1969, he joined the executive of the Ontario Hockey Association and moved up the ladder by being elected Third Vice-President of O. H. A. and in quick succession, occupied the chair of Second, First, and finally President of the O.H.A in 1979-80.
He became the Tour Director for the C.A.H.A, and the following teams: Sweden 1972-73-74-75; Russia and Red Army 1974-75; Czechoslovakia 1975-76 and for the Russia¬-Canada first major series, the N.H.L. Canada Cup 1972.
He assisted Women's Hockey gain recognition as a member of the C.A.H.A. and its provincial structure. In 1981, he was elected First Vice¬-President of the C.A.H.A. and held that position until his retirement in 1984.
Frances St. Amant - Nominated by the Chamber of Commerce,
An avid organizer combined with a love of sports began in minor hockey, where Frances coached in the Tiny Tyke House League for nine years. Her involvement with Minor Hockey covered a total of 16 years. She organized and coached ladies and girls softball for nine years, including two All-Star teams.
Frances is the founder of the Red Cross swim¬ming program and chaired the swim program for nine years.
She spearheaded a drive to raise $9,000 for the installation of lights at McGuire Park, organized and led a campaign to raise $35,000 for emergency repairs to the Penetanguishene Arena which received match¬ing funds from Wintario. She was also a member of the Fundraising Committee for the Atlantic Challenge.
As well as her unmentioned contributions to local sports, she was also Chairperson of the Winterama Committee and the Canada Day celebrations.