Terry Dupuis, RVP for the Rocky Mountains Region, received the honorary title of Life Member at the 2011 Triennial Convention.
The award was presented by Betty Bannon, National President.
In the photo: Terry Dupuis, Betty Bannon
Terry Dupuis was born in Regina, and spent half of his life there before moving to Saskatoon in 1982. He currently resides in Airdrie Alberta close to the loves of his life, Melissa, Tytan and Avery.
Terry became Local President in Saskatoon in 1984 and stayed as Local President for 13 years. During that time, he served as the Alternate RVP for 9 years. In 1997, he became RVP and remained in that position until he retired in 2012. He was an activist from day one, and continues to attend AGMs in the Rocky Mountains Region, and still offers advice to anyone that asks.
He currently drives School Bus in the Airdrie rural area, and enjoys it immensely. He hopes to travel now that he has retired and enjoy his life with his grandchildren. He will return to coaching the Ladies Fastball team that Melissa plays on, while offering support to Tytan and Avery in there sports endeavours.