Our Story

Our Business

Fruit Obsession is a business that celebrates the special moments in life. We want to be a business that you can rely on to excite, impress, and dazzle your friends, family and colleagues. Our business is located in the heart of where we grew up and where our families live today - on the gorgeous shores of Georgian Bay and across the beautiful fields of Clearview Township, and the rolling hills of The Blue Mountains.

Our Focus

Our focus is to create a business that is unique to our area - a place where you can visit in person, or online, to get a special gift that you simply can't find anywhere else. 

This is a place where friends, family and colleagues can support a local business and arrange a gift, to be hand-delivered to someone’s doorstep with ease and with confidence. We are thrilled to work together to create a local business that will craft unique and thoughtful gifts for any occasion.

Fruit Obsession is a business that treats employees with respect, not just with words but through actions as well. 

Ours is a workplace that is inclusive, diverse, pays a fair living wage, includes vacation time, health benefits and where if we ask you to wear a goofy apron, we take care of that cost too!  

Our Team

William Horner grew up in Collingwood, not far from the YMCA where he spent years swimming for the Collingwood Clippers. He would go on to represent Collingwood internationally in the sport of triathlon. He served on the Town of Collingwood Youth Advisory Committee, graduated from Collingwood Collegiate and went on to study business at Athabasca University. He is the former organizer of the Collingwood Kids of Steel Triathlon and for 10 years was the organizer of the Collingwood Terry Fox Run. After over a decade of success as a hotelier, William is now the President & CEO of one of Canada's largest property maintenance companies. Now he has come back to his roots, so to speak, and is ready to get to work with the best man from his wedding, his uncle. 

Michael Koshilka arrived in Collingwood after his parents, Mike and Betty Koshilka, moved to this area from Haileybury in order to open a motel along old Highway 26. Later, they went on to own the Gold Boutique, a staple of the downtown Collingwood business community for years. Not long after arriving in Collingwood, Michael was representing the area nationally as an extremely accomplished figure skater. He was inducted into the Collingwood Sports Hall of Fame and just recently retired from an incredible 30+ years as a certified figure skating coach. His impact on the skating community and on the youth of the area cannot be overstated. In his spare time, creatively, Michael has passionately lead many successful interior decoration and design projects. He has hung up his skates and his tool belt and is ready for act two with his nephew.

Kristy Horner grew up in Horseshoe Valley and in the Midland area. By her early teens, she was already a National 5-Pin Bowling Champion and was inducted into the Midland Sports Hall of Fame. She graduated from Eastview Secondary School and went on to play Varsity Women's Volleyball while studying Health Sciences at Georgian College. She has spent nearly 10 years in the hospitality industry, specifically restaurants, before her husband convinced her to shovel snow and cut lawns instead. Fast forward another decade and Kristy is now the Vice President of a property maintenance company spanning two provinces, with multiple branches and dozens of employees. She brings a wealth of knowledge and experience from the hospitality and service industry to help build this new local family business.