1930 – 1974 Athlete and Founder of Popular Doughnut Chain
Born in Ontario, Horton showed great promise as a hockey player as a youth. His first NHL game was in 1952 and he played mainly defence for Toronto, Pittsburgh, Buffalo and New York. Horton opened his first doughnut store in 1964; the chain now spreads across six countries and 3,500 stores. He was killed in a single-vehicle automobile accident in 1974. A four-time Stanley Cup champion, Horton was accepted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1977.
Kroy Lodge No. 676
“When we’ve got the puck, they can’t score.”