Taylor C. Statten
Taylor Statten Camp Co., Ltd.
Taylor represents the 4th generation of Statten family ownership. Born into, and raised through the ranks as camper and staff, Taylor gained significant knowledge of overall camp operations. Wanting to obtain outside business experience, Taylor worked for Bank of Montreal’s Nesbitt Burns before moving to England to pursue an MBA in International Finance. Upon graduating, Taylor assumed the role of Director of Operations for the camps before being promoted to his current role as Managing Director & President of the Board of Directors. He is the first member of the Statten family to hold a senior position in the financial management of the organization. Taylor also holds a Board position as a Trustee on the Quetico Foundation and has been an active member of The Executive Committee Canada since 2009.
Summer Director, Camp Wapomeo
Clare began as camper at Wapomeo in 1989. That first Kiowa summer kept her mostly on the island, but as she grew, and her skills developed, she started dipping her paddle for ever more distant shores. Clare’s TSC adventures included canoe trips throughout Temagami, Barron River, Kipawa and Biscotasing regions of Ontario and Quebec. In pursuing her education at the University of Toronto, Nipissing University and Queen’s University, Clare has also traversed the Earl Grey Pass; completed field work in the Panamanian rain forest; and a honeymoon down the Stakine River. Amidst those journeys, Clare returned to camp intermittently as the Assistant Outpost Director, Fall Outdoor Ed. Canoeing instructor and as a counsellor on a 50-day canoe trip. Currently a co-operative education teacher in Hunstville, Clare works in the field of experiential education year-round. Clare, along with her husband Jeff Mann and their two small sons Ian and Alistair, are thrilled to be returning to camp.
Summer Director, Camp Ahmek
Greg first attended Ahmek as a Mountaineer camper in 1988 (and went on to be a long canoe trip camper and lead a long trip as staff). The friendships and experiences seeded in that first year forged deep, lasting roots and have had major influence in every area of his life. The teamwork and camaraderie experienced on Greg’s canoe trips led him to a career in teaching and a passion for coaching. Since acquiring his Ontario teaching certification in 2007, Greg has taught and coached students of all grade levels. He currently teaches secondary school in Muskoka focusing on Canada and World Studies, Communications and Media Art. A recurrent theme in all of Greg’s teaching is an appreciation for outdoors and a respect for nature and the deep wilderness. Greg met his wife Katie at TSC and their mutual love of camp life, outdoor adventure and simple living inspired a move from Toronto to Muskoka. They have two young children, Oliver and Annie, and are thrilled to bring their family each summer to the shores of Canoe Lake and pledge their hearts to the Spirit of Ahmek.
Taylor “Tike” Statten, Jr.
B.A., B.Ed., M.Ed.,
Chairman, Taylor Statten Camp Co., Ltd.
Tike (as he is fondly known as) represents the third generation of the Statten family to manage Camp Ahmek and Camp Wapomeo. Tike has been to camp almost every summer of his life, including 20 years as Director of Ahmek and 12 years as Director of Wapomeo. He has also served as Director of our Temagami Outpost. With such vast comprehensive knowledge of and responsibility for high level camp operations, his institutional knowledge is shared amongst the entire TSC community. Tike’s wife Sue, is enthusiastically involved with the Camps, providing quality leadership in the equestrian program.
Dr. Taylor Statten
C.M., M.C., M.D., F.R.C.P. (C),
Retired, Taylor Statten Camp Co., Ltd.
“Dr. Tay.”, as he is fondly referred to at camp, remains involved in the operation of both camps. Son of the founder, Dr. Tay was Director of Camp Ahmek for 35 years. An avid outdoorsman, he enjoys fishing on Canoe Lake at quiet times during the day and getting to know Ahmek campers through his daily interaction in camp life.