Canadian Medical Association

West Vancouver; University of British Columbia (UBC), 1960; psychiatry; former director, Psychiatric Emergency Services and Psychiatric Assessment Unit, Vancouver General Hospital (VGH); clinical professor emeritus, UBC; past president, BC Psychiatric Association; past executive member, Canadian Psychiatric Association. Died June 21, 2017, aged 87. Survived by his partner Meg, his first wife Judith, a daughter and a stepson. “Tibor was born and raised in Hungary, and after the 1956 uprising there he came to Canada as a refugee. He settled in Vancouver and enrolled in UBC medical school, and after finishing his training joined UBC’s Department of Psychiatry. He applied his knowledge of mental health in the Emergency Department of the VGH, and practised adult and forensic psychiatry for 40 years. He retired as a clinical professor. He extends his deepest gratitude to all the unnamed blood donors whose contributions prolonged his life.”