Nan Stott and her family came to Canada from England after the First World War. They were a musical family, singers and pianists. She worked in various offices around town, latterly as a switchboard operator at CHML Radio. The wartime effort of the 1940’s inspired her to canvass tirelessly, and successfully, for the Victory Bond campaign. Her husband Sam, who had worked for the local newspaper and enjoyed a reputation as a basketball star, died several years ago.
Excerpt from 1989-1990 Annual Report