Class of 1991: Official
For over 50 years this athlete, builder and official contributed to the Canadian and world figure skating scene. A Canadian Senior Pairs champion during the 1930s and 1940s, he began his illustrious officiating career while still competing. He went on to serve as a judge and referee at numerous international, world and Olympic competitions. Serving as the President of the CFSA during a time of change, he was instrumental in its development. During the 1950s he helped introduce centralized testing to Canada and throughout his officiating career he was noted for bringing a style of officiating to the sport that raised it to an art form. Donald’s dedication and concern for figure skating in Canada and world brought distinction, honor and respect to the Canadian Figure Skating Association.