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Submitted By Glenn McIntyre on Monday, March 23, 2020
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of long time volunteer and Life Member Elwood McKenna.

Elwood dedicated countless years introducing first time players to our great game of hockey. He was extremely instrumental in our IP Program as well as the coach of the 6A program for a number of years.

Elwood took his teams to compete year after year to the Timmy Tyke Tournament held at Maple Leaf Gardens and almost every player in our league passed thru programs Elwood was involved with for years on end.

The last few years Elwood spent his time at Woodhall Retirement Home. He will will fondly remembered by so many of us at Brampton Hockey. Elwood you will be missed!

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