Boyd, Molly

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Person

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Boyd, Molly

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Dates of existence

fl. 1980s-

History

Molly Boyd and her husband, Sandy Boyd, lived in Vernon, BC (where they owned a ski hill), before moving to Whistler in 1982 with their children. They lived at the base of Creekside where they acted as alpine caretakers for Whistler Mountain, and where their son, Rob Boyd, would eventually win the World Cup Downhill ski race in 1989. She won Whistler's Citizen of the Year Award in 1984. Molly Boyd was involved in the choral scenes of both Vernon and Whistler. Boyd’s first experience directing choirs was with All Saints Anglican Church’s Junior Choir in Vernon, but when she moved to Whistler she founded the Whistler Children's Chorus and directed the Whistler Singers. She returned to Vernon in 1997, where she would continue directing chorus.

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Vernon, BC
Whistler
Creekside

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Choral director

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Relationships area

Related entity

Boyd, Rob (February 15, 1966 -)

Identifier of the related entity

CA-BC-BR017

Category of the relationship

family

Type of relationship

Boyd, Rob is the child of Boyd, Molly

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Related entity

Boyd, Sandy (fl. 1960s-)

Identifier of the related entity

CA-BC-BS011

Category of the relationship

family

Type of relationship

Boyd, Sandy is the spouse of Boyd, Molly

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CA-BC-BM014

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Dates of creation, revision and deletion

Revised October 18, 2018.

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