Master Bootmakers

Awarded for significant contribution to The Bootmakers of Toronto and the Canadian Sherlockian movement. Holders of Master Bootmaker (MBt) status are entitled to the insignia of the shoehorn (pictured).

1981

Cameron Hollyer §

Derrick Murdoch §

Donald Redmond §

Eric Silk §

1982

Warren Carleton §

Hartley Nathan

David Skene Melvin

1983

Wilfrid de Freitas

Cliff Goldfarb

Mary McMahon §

Edwin Van der Flaes

Peter Wood §

1984

Jim Ballinger

Bob Coghill

Kate Karlson

Chris Redmond

1985

Mary Campbell §

Maureen Green §

1986

Janice McNabb

Damon Hartlin

William Sarjeant §

1987

Ray Rawlings

Mark Alberstat

Dayna Nuhn

1988

Peter Grieve §

Mark Hacksley

Carole Logan

1989

Thelma Beam

Linda Mazur-Jack

Barbara Rusch

1990

Doug Elliott

Barbara Roden

1991

Donald Zaldin

Karen Campbell

1992

Donna Lillian

1993

Marlene Aig §

Nancy Henry Thorpe

Bruce Aikin

George Vanderburgh

1994

Margaret Murray

Philip Elliott

Trevor Raymond

1995

Ronald De Waal

Dave Drennan

David Dunn

Dave Sanders

1996

Geoff Ewing

Victoria Gill

Marmey Rawlings

Ann (Rothery)
Skene Melvin §

Doug Wrigglesworth

1997

Brian Gibson

1998

Garth Hazlett

Peter Lemiski

Patrick Campbell

1999

Ted Gurr §

2000

Peter Calamai

Michael Doyle §

Christopher Roden

Derek Thorpe

2001

Peter E. Blau

Susan E. Dahlinger

Aaron Hamilton

Warren Randall

Michael Whelan

2002

Len Haffenden

Kathy Burns

2004

Leslie Klinger

2005

Carolyn Clifford

Bruce Holmes §

Joseph Kessel §

2006

Charles Prepolec

2007

Noreen Crifo

Don Dillstone

Doris Goldfarb

Stephanie Thomas

2008

Peggy Perdue

2009

Craig Brtnik

Margot French

Sue McInnes

Les Shemilt §

2010

Frank Quinlan

2012

JoAnn Alberstat

Marilyn Penner

2013

Elizabeth Carbone

2014

Fran Martin

2015

Zeljko Bibic

Garry Marnoch

Bill Mason

Dorothy Ellen Palmer

2016

Larry Beam

Karen Gold

Wendy Heyman-Marsaw

2017

Angela Misri

Edith Reese

James Reese

 

 

Note that in a few cases the Master Bootmaker (MBt) shoehorn and certificate were presented under a previous or different name.
§ — deceased.