Gary Schrieder

Gary Schreider – Inducted 1989

Born in Belleville, Ontario in 1934, Gary Schreider began his athletic pursuits at St. Michael’s Academy, which he attended until he completed 10th grade. He moved on to St. Michael’s College School in Toronto where he established a Canadian Junior 60-yard dash record while training under Lloyd Percival. Football was Gary’s game and he starred with the Queen’s University Golden Gaels, winning the Intercollegiate Championship in 1953 and again in 1955. He went on to play nine years in the Canadian Football League with Ottawa, British Columbia and Hamilton and was three times a CFL all-star. Gary was called to the bar of Ontario in 1963 and practised law until 1984 when he was appointed Master of the Supreme Court of Ontario.

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