Bill Hurley is the Founder and President of MEMORY SAVERS, a privately-owned scanning and video conversion company nestled into the Calgary Northwest community of Citadel.
Bill is a graduate of William Aberhart High School. He also completed certification at the Inclusive Post-Secondary Education Society of Alberta. In 2008, after finishing a business course at the University of Calgary, Bill was inspired to create MEMORY SAVERS, a company that would combine his passion for technology and his strong family values.
A born and raised Calgarian, Bill is a HUGE sports enthusiast. For the past 19 years, he has worked as volunteer equipment manager to U of C's basketball team, the Dinos. He also performs the YMCA half-time dance during games. "WILD BILL"--his preferred nickname--is renown for his positivity, unwavering spirit and electric dance moves. He recently received the prestigious Murray Fraser community service award for his service to the Dinos. (Watch CBC half-time footage and awards ceremony here.)
With two Special Olympics already under his belt (floor hockey and basketball), Bill is currently training to compete at the 2019 games in powerlifting.
Bill is also a dedicated employee at Walmart and was recently honoured for his 14 years of service. He possesses a strong work ethic and has made many friends through his jobs. His greatest joy is helping other people and making them laugh and smile.