Steve Seymour started farming oysters in Blaine in the mid '80s, when he started working with Canadian company Neptune Aqua Farms, which had an oyster operation in Drayton Harbor.
"When that happened I thought maybe that was it," Seymour said.
"When we first started coming in here and looking at the sources, you know, there was 500 some odd septic systmes in the basin," Seymour said.
"Its really exciting because we bring a different element to the table, to the management team, a fresh approach and enthusiasm and I have a desire to Seymours to continue its success."
Gina started at Seymours 11 years ago, as a legal executive trainee and she studied to become a legal executive through a distance learning course.
The Coventry born-and-bred solicitor added: "Seymours has always supported me in that they encouraged me to qualify as a legal executive and a solicitor."
But in the end the signature achievement is the Seymours' three-volume history, each bearing the title Baseball: first, The Early Years (1960); next, The Golden Age (1971); and finally The People's Game (1990).
Although plaudits were directed solely to Harold Seymour (1910-92) in his lifetime, it has since become clear that his wife, now Dorothy Jane Mills (b.
Harold Seymour was a stickler about referencing his doctorate when addressing him, it may have been because his was the first ever awarded in connection with a thesis on baseball history.