was known as Mr. Lacrosse in the Richmond, British Columbia area.
He was instrumental in having five outdoor lacrosse boxes built to foster minor lacrosse. He was President of the Richmond Senior team from 1931 to 1936 and President of the Inter-City Lacrosse League (I.C.L.L.) for seven years before becoming an executive officer with the Canadian Lacrosse Association.
He was also a player with the Richmond club, B.C. champions in 1927.
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