Pat Ferris

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Pat Ferris
Curler
Born (1975-10-28) October 28, 1975 (age 41)
North York, Ontario
Team
Curling club Grimsby CC
Grimsby, ON
Skip Pat Ferris
Third Ian Fitzner-Leblanc
Second Eric Bradey
Lead Nathan Small
Career
Brier appearances 0
Top CTRS ranking 18th (2014-15)

Patrick "Pat" Ferris (born October 28, 1975 in North York, Ontario) is a Canadian curler from Grimsby, Ontario.

Career[edit]

Ferris had a successful junior career. In 1993, he skipped his Sutton District High School team to a provincial schoolboy championship.[1] He won back to back provincial junior titles in 1995 and 1996. This qualified Ferris to skip the Ontario team at the Canadian Junior Curling Championships in both of those years. At the 1995 Canadian Juniors, he led Ontario and teammates Chris Schell, Bryan Johnson and Paul Webster to a 6-5 record, missing the playoffs.[2] In 1996, his rink would find more success. The team, which consisted of Johnson, Shaun Harris and future U.S. champion Heath McCormick finished the round robin with a 7-5 record, in a 4-way tie for 3rd. In their first tiebreaker match, the team lost to Nova Scotia.[3]

Pat Ferris competes regularly on the World and Ontario Curling Tours having amassed 8 career victories. He has competed in 4 Ontario Tankard Provincial Championships

Personal life[edit]

Pat Ferris resides in Grimsby, Ontario with his Wife and two Daughters. He is a Commercial Insurance Broker with Milmine Insurance Brokers in Stoney Creek.

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