Advanced Search: INDUCTEES

Close Search

Jack Guerin

Jack Guerin was born with a passion for sports and early in life developed a unique talent for organizing and working with people, especially in hockey and baseball.

Over his career, Jack became involved with numerous minor sports organizations, including the Immaculate Conception Sports Committee, the Peterborough Baseball Association, and the PCCHL, in a range of positions including coach, manager, convener, scheduler and president. He is also recognized as a driving force behind the world’s largest Atom Hockey Tournament, and a founding member of the Families of East City, Canada, Association.

With a reputation for dedication and integrity, Guerin earned recognition in the form of three OMHA Juvenile titles (1967-1969), an All-Ontario championship in 1969, and appearances in three provincial baseball finals in his 35-year career.

Guerin received two City Merit Awards, the Province of Ontario Recognition Award, and was the inaugural winner of the Frank Lustic Memorial Award and the Rube Brady Memorial Award for dedication to local and minor sports.

Similar Inductees

Millar_Jack_Hay_WEB PORTRAIT

John James “Jack/Hay” Millar

Born in Keene in 1883, Jack Millar played in the OHA with Norwood from 1900 to 1915 with two seasons in the professional ranks – Edmonton in 1908 and the Renfrew Creamery Kings of the National Hockey Association (dubbed the Millionaires) in the 1909-1910 season. He played on the 1908 Edmonton Pros, Alberta Professional Hockey […]

More Info
Ken Self

Ken Self

Peterborough native Ken Self has worked tirelessly on behalf of minor hockey in Peterborough for more than four decades. As coach, manager, tournament organizer and league administrator, Ken has shown selfless dedication to generations of youngsters and his efforts have been recognized both locally and nationally. In 1965 he was named Peterborough Sportsman of the […]

More Info
Lee-Anne Quinn

Lee-Anne Quinn

Born in Peterborough, Lee-Anne was a gifted athlete known for her dedication and leadership. She was a Lakeshore Ladies Softball League All-Star as a member of Lakefield’s Kingdon Lumber which won a Provincial Intermediate ëAí title in 1978, a bronze Provincial medal in 1979 and a Senior Tier II Provincial Gold medal in 1980. Lee-Anne […]

More Info