PAST INDUCTEES

1991 Charles Pretty
1992 Col. W. E. (Bill) McKinney
1993 Ken & Dorothy Mackenzie
1994 Ed & Juanita Safarik
1995 Jack Bell
1996 Wendy Grant
1998 The Fraser Port Authority
1999 Errol Wintemute
2000 Lucille Johnstone
2001 William (Bill) Gillis
2002 Ladner Family
2003 Chuck & Marilyn Stewart
2004 Peter J.G. Bentley
2005 Russ Cooper & Cooper Family
2006 Fraser River Pile & Dredge Ltd.
2007 Bill Sauder
2008 Fraser Basin Council
2009 Fraser River Community
2010 Forrest Marine, Ltd.
2011 Fraser River Raft Expeditions
2012 Fraser Surrey Docks
2013 Michael Owen
2014 Mark Angelo
2016 City of New Westminster
2017 Gulf of Georgia Cannery
2018 Dr. Brian Riddell
2019 Pacific Custom Log Sorting Inc.
2021 Fin Donnelly

FRASER RIVER HALL OF FAME

2022 HALL OF FAME INDUCTEE – Seaspan and SRY Rail Link

Seaspan ULC (Seaspan) and Southern Railway of British Columbia (SRY Rail Link) are inductees into the Fraser River Hall of Fame! The induction ceremony takes place during our annual Hall of Fame Gala at the Fraser River Discovery Center on November 8, 2022.

Seaspan ULC (Seaspan) and Southern Railway of British Columbia (SRY Rail Link) will be the 2022 inductees into its Fraser River Hall of Fame.

Seaspan is an important part of the Pacific Northwest marine industry with three shipyards in B.C, a commercial ferry service and a marine transportation business that provides ship assist, coastal and deep-sea transportation and fuel bunkering services.

SRY Rail Link is based in New Westminster and provides businesses and customers located in the Lower Mainland, Fraser Valley and Vancouver Island with seamless rail connections to markets throughout North America.

Both Seaspan and SRY Rail Link are members of the Washington Group of Companies.

All proceeds of the Fraser River Hall of Fame support the educational and public programming at the Centre.

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