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Our second Field of Fame was unveiled in June 2011 in the Calgary Court Centre Park (since renamed Harley Hotchkiss Park) at 7th Ave. and 4th St. SW, right adjacent to the LRT plaform. The worthy individuals recognized at that site include Annie Gale, Senator James Lougheed, Grant MacEwan, W.O. Mitchell, Maude Riley and Arthur Smith.

Location of Field of Fame #2

Harley Hotckisss Park at the Court of Queens Bench Parking lot & 5th Street (westbound) LRT Station

Champions Honoured in Field of Fame #2

Ronald D. Southern (1930 – 2016)

Ronald D. Southern (1930 – 2016)

Ronald Donald Southern C.C., C.B.E., A.O.E., B. Sc., LL. D was born on July 25, 1930 in Calgary, Alberta. He was a proud Canadian who loved his Alberta roots. A…

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Ruth Gorman (1914-2002)

Ruth Gorman (1914-2002)

Ruth Gorman was born in Calgary, Alberta on February  14, 1914 to Colonel Mark Bennett and Fleda Pattyson Peacock.  Ruth, like her father became a lawyer, and was one of…

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John Robert (Bud) McCaig (1929-2005)

John Robert (Bud) McCaig (1929-2005)

Beloved husband, father, grandfather, friend, entrepreneur and philanthropist, J.R. (Bud) McCaig, died peacefully while at his vacation home in Barbados on Tuesday, January 11, 2005 at the age of 75…

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Martha Cohen (1920-2015)

Martha Cohen (1920-2015)

“Martha Cohen, a warm Chinook wind who blazed bright crimson smiles across the clear Alberta Sky.” Martha Cohen was a tireless builder in Calgary’s cultural community. Born in Calgary, the…

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Haider Dhanani (1939-1990)

Haider Dhanani (1939-1990)

  Haider Dhanani lived a life of service.  With a profound dedication to bridging cultural differences and to the well-being, settlement and upward mobility of newly arrived immigrants to Canada,…

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David (Dave) E. Black (1880 -1972)

David (Dave) E. Black (1880 -1972)

David (Dave) Ernest Black was born in 1880 in Westport, Ontario, where he attended school and subsequently studied watch making. He moved to Calgary, Alberta in 1903, on board the…

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Arthur Ryan Smith (1919 To 2008)

Arthur Ryan Smith (1919 to 2008)

Arthur Smith, O.C., A.O.E, D.F.C, Order of Merit (Hungary), LLD (Hon.) was born and raised in Calgary, and moved to Turner Valley when he was sixteen to work in the…

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Maude Riley (1882 To 1962)

Maude Riley (1882 to 1962)

Maude (Keen) Riley grew up in Perth County, Ontario and became a teacher through the Ontario Normal School. Upon gaining her certification, she accepted a position to teach at Nose…

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W.O. Mitchell (1914 To 1998)

W.O. Mitchell (1914 to 1998)

W.O., the only Canadian writer known by his initials alone, was one of Canada's best loved story tellers. Who Has Seen the Wind has become the classic Canadian prairie novel…

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Pictures of Field of Fame #2