Orville Lee


Orville Lee is a co-founder of the Pathfinder youth home and has a diploma in social work and psychology from Stratford Institute. Orville has been a youth worker with Hollyburn Family Services, a one-on-one mentor with Community Living BC and organized various sports camps for the YMCA and other community partners. He has changed the lives of many youth, who may have otherwise dropped out of school, became homeless or had problems with the judicial system. Before becoming a youth worker, Orville was a Canadian Football League player, who won the Schenley Award in 1988 for being the most outstanding rookie in the league.