|RYAN SCORGIE – President|
|JAKE CRUISE – Treasurer
Jake is a fairly new resident in Kamloops having moved here in February 2010 from Vancouver. Soon after arriving, Jake took over for the previous Treasurer and started his first season of curling in October 2010. Jake currently plays in the Sunday night “RCMP” league and works in the Corporate Finance department of BCLC.
|BRIAN WINDSOR – Director
Brian’s competitive curling history is well known and includes accomplishments with Team BC at the 2012 Canadian Seniors, the 2006 Brier, the 2005 Mixed. He also played for Team Alberta in the 1991 Mixed as well as playing with many notables in the world of competitive curling – including Rick Folk, Brad Hannah, Danny Fink and Barry McPhee.His coaching experience includes several years of coaching Ladies, Junior Ladies and Junior Men. Brian is a Level II Coach who has participated in Curl BC High Performance Programs. He also has past officiating experience. Brian is the Vice-Chair for 2014 Kamloops Brier and was Past Chair for the “Crown of Curling” WCT event. Brian’s family run business, Big Boot Inn, has been a fixture in downtown Kamloops for many years.
|CASEY MACAULAY – Director
Casey has been a member of the KCC for the past 9 years and currently works with the junior curling program.As a former competitive juvenile curler in BC, he is enthusiastic to see young people get into the sport.Casey is interested in promoting curling within the community and seeing our club prosper. In his day job, Casey is a registered professional forester.
|GRANT OLSEN – Director
Grant is 35 years old and has been a KCC member since 1984. He is a 3-time club champion and 1995 BC Junior Champion (4th at Canadians).He has been a Board member from 1998-2000 and from 2009 to present.Grant has also served as Sportsman’s chair 1998 to 2000 and from 2009 to present and Men’s league coordinator 2009-2012. Employed by Peregrine Express as a postal courier.
|WAYNE SABOE – Director
Wayne has been retired for about 9 years having been a CIBC bank manager for over 38 years. Wayne skipped a junior team in Alberta in 1963 – winning the Canadian Junior Championship with a perfect of 28-0 – a record that still stands to this day! In 1970, Wayne represented Alberta at the Brier with a skip named Hector Gervais, a Canadian Champion. They were runner up to Don Dugid of Manitoba, who went on to became World Champion. During Wayne’s curling career, he also won two new cars and was the leading money winner in Canada in 1975. In all, Wayne has been in about 20 Provincial Championships in Alberta and BC.
|BRENT YAMADA- Director
Brent is a 2nd year board member with 30+ years of curling experience and club membership.He is an Optical Lab Supervisor by profession and sits on various committees relating to junior curling, awards, clinics and capital improvements.
|SUSAN SHAW – Director
Susan started curling in 1980 and curled for 10 years before taking a long sabbatical from the sport to obtain her Bachelor of Arts degree at Cariboo College University (now Thompson Rivers University). She graduated in 1997 with double majors in Sociology and English. In 2002, Susan played lead for the Gayla Wasilyk team at the Provincial Senior Ladies Championship in Terrace where they placed 3rd. Susan has curled in all of the ladies leagues as well as the Senior Select and Seniors. Currently, she plays third for Vivia MacDonald in the Senior Select league at our club and the Senior Super league at McArthur Island curling club. Her other team mates are 2nd Liz Saboe and lead Pam Jones. Last year her team qualified for the 2012 Provincial Master Women’s championship held in Grand Forks. They have qualified again this year, 2013, and will soon be traveling to Lake Cowichan. At present, Susan is the President of the Afternoon Ladies league.
|FAYE FIKE – Director|
|KARLA THOMPSON – Director
Karla moved to Kamloops in 2002 and has 19+ years of curling experience. Her curling accomplishments include a 2nd place finish at the 2002 BC Junior Provincials, 3rd place finish at the 2008 BC Scotties and a 2nd place finish at the 2009 BC Scotties. She also competed at the 2008 Scotties Tournament of Hearts (playing 3rd). She is currently coaching 2 high school teams from NorKam Secondary and is running the High School League. Karla teaches Elementary School in Savona, is a mom of a 2 year old girl and is expecting a baby boy in April!
|RON DOUGLAS – Director
Ron is in his 2nd term as a Director and has been a member of the Kamloops Curling Club since 1985. He comes from a long family of KCC members, most notably his parents, John & Louise (nee Grass/Douglas).Ron currently plays on Team DeCap in the Super league and also participates in the Thursday Night Men’s League.
|FRANK MAYHOOD – Director
Born in Calgary Alberta at the height of the baby boom, Frank Mayhood spent his early years in the southern Alberta village of Ralston where he first experienced curling at the two sheet Suffield Experimental Station rink. At Westwood Collegiate in Winnipeg in 1969-70, Frank learned the art of competitive curling from his math teacher and former Brier participant, Norm Hoak. Frank has competed ever since, spending seasons at clubs from Victoria to Ottawa. Frank has reached the SACA playdowns in both men’s and mixed and BC Interior Playdowns, but never made it to Provincials. Frank volunteered as a Director of the Calgary Curling Club from 1987-90, Kamloops Curling Club 1995-98, and Signage for the ’96 Brier and ’98 Worlds. He is the Chair of the 2013 Crown of Curling, a job he did in 2007, and has worked on the Crown committee most years since arriving in Kamloops in 1992.Frank retired in May 2012 from his role as the City of Kamloops’ Information Technology Manager (Head Geek, he calls it). He is still keeping his hand in with sporadic consulting assignments under the company name Frickland Enterprises.