An digital entrepreneur, doctor and retired provincial judge will join Lindsay Thurber Comprehensive High School’s Hall of Fame.
Trevor Doerksen, Sandy Murray and Jack Holmes will be inducted at 12:30 p.m. Oct. 26 in a ceremony at the Memorial Centre.
The school’s Hall of Fame honours graduates with notable achievements and records to inspire current and future students.
Trevor Doerksen is the CEO and founder of MoboVivo, a California-based video app company enabling broadcasters and other video content publishers to distribute television shows on digital devices.
In 2010, he was named Entrepreneur of the Year by Digital Alberta and one of Alberta’s 50 most influential people by Alberta Venture magazine.
He produced and directed Pipe Dreams, one of the first snowboarding films in 1989, and was the executive producer of the science television series SciQ: Science Revealed.
Murray is a Red Deer physician who’s contributed significantly to the local, provincial and national medical communities.
He’s served as the Alberta Medical Association’s president and a director, and has been a Canadian Medical Association director.
He was named Alberta family physician of the year in 1996.
In addition, he’s served the University of Alberta as both a senator and governor.
Jack Holmes’ law career saw him as president of the Central Alberta Bar Association in 1960 and appointed Queen’s Counsel in 1976, the same year he became a senior partner in the Red Deer firm Holmes, Crowe, Power, Johnston, Ming and Scammell.
He was also appointed a District Court of Alberta judge that year and in 1979, a justice of the Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta.
He became a Pension Appeals Board of Canada member in 1998 and retired from the bench in 2003.