From the little farm kid who could play any instrument without being taught, to the mature jazzman in whose Regina dining room the pros got even better, Art Britton was something special.
Lloyd Johnston loved to discover things hands-on, and loved sharing his discoveries with others. Whether it was showing a shed snake-skin to the grandchildren or creating a science playground out of an old generating station, he lived passionately in the physical world. He also did some important engineering work along the way.
Though he followed his restless intelligence high and far afield, Ken Ritter always returned home to Major, SK, and always considered himself a farmer first.