Jack Lee (bagpiper)

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Jack Lee at the 2005 Bellingham Highland Games

Jack Lee is a Canadian bagpiper and has been the pipe sergeant of the Simon Fraser University Pipe Band since 1981. The band has won the World Pipe Band Championships six times.

He is also a solo competitor, having won a significant number of major prizes, including both Highland Society of London Gold Medals (Argyllshire Gathering in 2001 and Northern Meeting in 1981,[1] the former winner's Clasp at the Northern Meeting (1994), the Canadian Gold Medal (2002), and was the first North American piper to win the Glenfiddich Solo Piping Championship (2003).

He and his brother Terry, the pipe major of the Simon Fraser University Pipe Band, received the Meritorious Service Medal by the Governor General of Canada in 1999 at a ceremony in Quebec City, Quebec. They were awarded honorary doctorates by Simon Fraser University in 2013.[2]

He and his wife Christine have three sons, Andrew, Colin, and John who are also champion pipers. [3]

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