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An Exciting Addition To The Terrier Family
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Monday, June 20, 2016
The Baseball Zone and The Terriers are pleased to announce the addition of John Jepson to our management group effective today. Many of our staff and some of our families know and have already met John at a baseball diamond or at a baseball meeting. John and Jason Chee-Aloy, in association with the TBA, founded the Toronto Mets Baseball Club in September of 2004.

John has been the face of the Mets program right up until his departure last week. Although John is a fully certified level two coach and has managed several national championship teams, his real passion is the organization, communication and relationship building requirements of an organization such as ours. As a Terrier, John will take on the responsibility of Manager of Communications and Relations. John brings to TBZ and The Terriers a great deal of experience in team administration, tournament organization and relationship building. John is the Past President of the PBLO and has extensive relationships within the PBLO, The OBA, Baseball Quebec and Baseball Canada. John and his wife Linda reside in Niagara-on-the-Lake.
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