Nov 28, 2018
Lisa Stackhouse and Roy Maddox
Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs

Lisa Stackhouse:

Lisa joined the OFSC 5 years ago and is the Manager of Marketing, Communications & Partners. Her career has spanned more than 20 years in both marketing, non profit and communications roles and she’s slowly becoming a more seasoned sledder, because how could she not! She is the Public Relations editor for the Go Snowmobiling Ontario Magazine and also a contributing writer sharing stories about a newbies real life introduction to snowmobiling in Ontario and this year she’ll be sharing her experiences operating a groomer last season. She works closely with sled manufacturers, other snowmobile friendly businesses, the Board of Governors and the OFSC member snowmobile clubs.

The OFSC has been the tipping point for her career and working with snowmobilers from all over North America comes with great challenges, wins and mostly, an incredible network of the most passionate people she has ever worked with.

In her spare time, Lisa explores Ontario and writes about her adventures on her tourism blog. Spend a few minutes chatting with Lisa and you’ll she she is proud to be an Ontarian and loves sharing all that Ontario has to offer, even in the “waiting for snowmobiling” season!


Roy Maddox:

I am an avid snowmobiler. Started snowmobiling in Vermont in 1968 when there were no trails to ride. We had to make and break our own. Forty miles in one day was a good day.

Today 100 miles is nothing with the nice smooth trails provided by all the volunteers.


I moved to Barrie in 1978 and shortly afterwards joined the Barrie Sno Voyageurs Snowmobile Club. After a number of years of pounding stakes and putting up signs I was elected President of the club which I still serve today.

I was elected as Operations Director for OFSC District 8.


After retiring as National Test and Measurement Service Manager for Tektronix Canada Inc. I was hired by the OFSC as their trails coordinator. I dealt with all of the 300+ clubs and 17 Districts.

After working at the OFSC office for approximately 7 years I finally retired. I was elected as Governor of OFSC District 8 which I still serve as well as still President of Sno Voyageurs.


I have snowmobiled over most of the Beautiful Province Of Ontario as well as parts of Quebec.