Rockton Winter Club bids farewell to long-time coach

Community Jun 20, 2013 Flamborough Review

Many former and current Rockton Winter Club skaters and parents were on hand to celebrate skating coach and friend Susanne Crago’s retirement.

The experience Crago brought to Dofasco, Dundas and finally the Rockton Winter Club, where she has spent the past 15 years, is unprecedented.

Crago is a gold medalist in both figure and free skate,  and a senior ladies’ champion in the Western Ontario Region. She twice competed in the Canadian Championships.

The long-time mentor skated with the Ice Capades for three years and coached in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba as well as Ohio and Washington State, before settling back in Southern Ontario, where she has spent the last 32 years teaching young skaters.

Crago is a diverse skating professional, who throughout her career has taught not only Star Skate, but Can, Power and Synchro skating, as well as ballet and dance.

She owns and operates her own graphic design business, is an avid gardener, and has recently taken up painting.

Crago will be dearly missed by the club’s skaters and executive.

Rockton Winter Club bids farewell to long-time coach

Community Jun 20, 2013 Flamborough Review

Many former and current Rockton Winter Club skaters and parents were on hand to celebrate skating coach and friend Susanne Crago’s retirement.

The experience Crago brought to Dofasco, Dundas and finally the Rockton Winter Club, where she has spent the past 15 years, is unprecedented.

Crago is a gold medalist in both figure and free skate,  and a senior ladies’ champion in the Western Ontario Region. She twice competed in the Canadian Championships.

The long-time mentor skated with the Ice Capades for three years and coached in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba as well as Ohio and Washington State, before settling back in Southern Ontario, where she has spent the last 32 years teaching young skaters.

Crago is a diverse skating professional, who throughout her career has taught not only Star Skate, but Can, Power and Synchro skating, as well as ballet and dance.

She owns and operates her own graphic design business, is an avid gardener, and has recently taken up painting.

Crago will be dearly missed by the club’s skaters and executive.

Rockton Winter Club bids farewell to long-time coach

Community Jun 20, 2013 Flamborough Review

Many former and current Rockton Winter Club skaters and parents were on hand to celebrate skating coach and friend Susanne Crago’s retirement.

The experience Crago brought to Dofasco, Dundas and finally the Rockton Winter Club, where she has spent the past 15 years, is unprecedented.

Crago is a gold medalist in both figure and free skate,  and a senior ladies’ champion in the Western Ontario Region. She twice competed in the Canadian Championships.

The long-time mentor skated with the Ice Capades for three years and coached in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba as well as Ohio and Washington State, before settling back in Southern Ontario, where she has spent the last 32 years teaching young skaters.

Crago is a diverse skating professional, who throughout her career has taught not only Star Skate, but Can, Power and Synchro skating, as well as ballet and dance.

She owns and operates her own graphic design business, is an avid gardener, and has recently taken up painting.

Crago will be dearly missed by the club’s skaters and executive.