Wayne Burton moved to Calgary, Alberta from Ontario after attending the University of Waterloo. After working his way up from the engineering department through sales and up to management in a major construction materials company in the city. In 1989 he decided to give residential Real Estate sales a try and never looked back. His background and hard work gave him knowledge of residential construction and neighbourhood design throughout Calgary, allowing him to excel in his new career and achieve all of the highest sales award levels.
Shortly after moving to Calgary, Wayne learned of a disabled ski program at Paskapoo (C.O.P) and signed up in 1978. His competitive spirit and drive to succeed pushed him to achieve being accepted as a member of Canada's Disabled Ski Team in December of 1981. Over the next five years he went on to win a Silver (Downhill) and Bronze (Slalom) medal at the 1982 World Championships in Switzerland, a Silver (Giant Slalom) and Bronze (Downhill) medal at the 1984 Para-Olympic Games in Austria and a Gold (Giant Slalom) and Bronze (Over all competition total points) medal at the 1986 World Championship in Sweden. At the 1982-1986 Canadian Championships he won a total of 13 Gold and 1 Bronze medals. He still remains very active with skiing, golfing and his hobby of photography.
Wayne and his wife Terry have 3 grown children and 4 grandsons. In 1997 Terry left her job as a Real Estate Legal Assistant to start working with Wayne and to this day still looks after all of the business accounting, websites, marketing materials and photography.