Feature Story The Winsors recently gave back once again, with a gift of $1.5 million in support of a historical and cultural centre on campus — Hammond House Mount moments Bob and Sue Winsor (’60) share time and treasure with alma mater BY LAURA DILLMAN RIPLEY Since stepping off the train at the Sackville station in the 1950s, Bob and Sue Winsor’s Mount Allison story is one of many accomplishments and giving back. “One of my favourite Mount A moments was heading to the station in my second year to meet the rookies, including Sue,” says Bob, who played football, basketball, volleyball, and track while earning his BSc and engineering certificate. He received a Gold A for his athletic involvement as a student. “I came to Mount Allison as a freshie soph to study Fine Arts,” says Sue. “I was lucky to study under Alex Colville. It was a great experience.” 22 / THE RECORD / Winter 2015 The Winsors met at Mount Allison and then returned to their hometown of Montreal where Bob finished his Mechanical Engineering degree at McGill and then pursued a successful career in design engineering, currently serving as Chairman and CEO of Holden America and Holden International, both companies he owns. Sue worked in interior design and has volunteered tirelessly for several organizations in her community, including the Junior League of Montreal, the Montreal General Hospital, and her alma mater. Both Sue and Bob have given their time and treasure to Mount Allison over the years. Sue served as the Alumni Board President in the 1990s and Bob