Lorne Davies

Lorne Davies is an elder serving in the Vancouver, British Columbia Congregation. His wife, June, was baptized in 1961 and Lorne in 1970. They have served in Vancouver since 1977. Both have been very active in the church and in the community. In 1992 Lorne was awarded the Confederation medal. In 2000 he had the Order of British Columbia bestowed upon on him and in 2002 he was given the Queen's Jubilee medal. In May of 2005 he had the sports complex at Simon Fraser University named after him. Lorne has had an extensive college and university sports career both as a coach (football and rugby) and as a director of athletics. Currently, he administers the Terry Fox Humanitarian Award Program which awards scholarships to service-oriented young Canadians, who have performed humanitarian deeds, and have overcome great personal challenges. Traveling, sports and their three dogs and two cats are among the Davies' interests, but their truly great passion is their family, spending many special hours with their two sons (Glyn and Lorne Jr., daughters-in-law (Melody and Karen) and their five grandchildren (Michael, Crystal, JR. Christopher, and Morgan).