Luther College would like to present Mr. Jerry Orban as the special guest to this year’s 61st Luther Invitational Tournament. Mr. Orban grew up in Regina, Saskatchewan, and graduated from Martin Collegiate. From there, Mr. Orban attended Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, British Columbia before attending the University of Regina in 1971 where he received his Bachelors of Education. Together with his wife Cindy, Mr. Orban has three children: Joanne, Chris and Ali. Mr. Orban has an impressive background in the field of education, working for the past 40 years in various roles such as a teacher, Vice Principal, and Principal. Mr. Orban now works as the Field Placement Manager in the faculty of Education at the University of Regina. Many students have had the pleasure to work with Mr. Orban at Martin Collegiate, Dr. L.M Hanna Elementary School, Balfour Collegiate, Campbell Collegiate, Thom Collegiate, Central Collegiate, and Cochrane High School. In addition to his busy career, Mr. Orban still made time to get involved in the community. He has coached community football, baseball, hockey and soccer. Mr. Orban is also known for his work coaching the Regina Rams Football team for 30 years. In addition to his coaching experience, Mr. Orban was a member of the Coaches Association of Saskatchewan Board of Directors from 2009 to 2012. It is clear that Mr. Orban has a passion for sports, which makes it all the more exciting to have him as our special guest at this year’s 61st LIT.