mother negotiated on his behalf, a raise -- essentially doubling his pay to $10 cents a day. His employer (otherwise known as dad) hadn't realized the repercussions of Coca-Cola's latest price increase.
Scott continued to work his way up the corporate (step) ladder -- from cleaning stalls, to Gas Pump Attendant, Parts Guy, Detailer, Parts Delivery. He was the "Guy Who Did Whatever Had To Be Done And Never Stopped Moving".
Thanks to then Base Commander, Colonel GA MacKenzie, Scott was the first
non-air-force kid to be enrolled in the Greenwood Minor Hockey program.
Scott played defence for the Greenwood Bombers (Squirt, Peewee and Bantam); the West Kings High School hockey team and 2 years of Jr A with the Kentville Colonels (75/76; 76/77). From there he moved to the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League where he played with the
- Quebec Remparts -- 80/81 (Team Captain)
After a career ending shoulder injury and two subsequent surgeries, Scott obtained his Bachelor of Business Administration at the Universite de Moncton. In 1985 Scott opened Spanky's Pub which he ran until 1999.
During this 14 year period, Scott raised over $10 million for local charities through the festivals and events that he organized and ran. Very dear to him is the time he spent as New Brunswick's Provincial Chair of Children's Wish, during which time Scott sat at the bedsides of many children listening to their hopes and granting their wishes.
1999-2001 -- Business consultant with The Business Development Bank of Canada
2001 -- Scott and his family returned to Kingston, Nova Scotia
2002 -- began Fraser Sport Performance Programs -- with private programs for
Power Skating; Puck Handling Skills; Safety and Respect - Body Contact
Sport Specific Conditioning; and Mental Preparation
During his time with Children's Wish Scott came to believe that the child with strong self-esteem, a fit body and the knowledge to make solid nutritional choices is less likely to succumb to disease. Fraser Sports Performance is Scott's way of helping children achieve self-actualization and better health through sport.
Growing up in Kingston, NS, Scott began his own business at the age of five -- cleaning 13 horse stalls a day -- until the onslaught of inflation forced him to take a stand, suspending his business until his
Scott is married to Lyndsay (Collver) Fraser M.Ed; Learning Disability Specialist for the AVRSB.
They have two sons who you've probably met working at Milne Court:
- Joshua who is currently working for Aqua Valley Water and steps in as Manager at Milne Court whenever Damon is off when Scott is away.
- Sean played right wing with Upper Canada College Toronto, ON as he was undertaking his International Baccalaureatehas, and left wing for the Yarmouth Jr A Mariners (13/14 and 14/15). In September 2015 he will be moving to Queens University where he will be undertaking a Commerce degree.
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