Canadian Medical Association

Lloydminster, Sask.; University of Glasgow (Scotland), 1957. Died Oct. 21, 2017, aged 88. Survived by his wife Brigitte and 2 children. “Alfred graduated first as a radiology technician and then as a doctor, and worked at the Glasgow Royal Infirmary. He moved to Lloydminster in 1966, where he built a thriving practice and lived the rest of his days. His family remembers him as a loving and hard-working father and husband who was happiest helping families birth their children, puttering around the house and relaxing reading Star Trek books.” A former patient wrote: “He seemed to love visiting the hospital nursery to see the newborns [he had delivered]. A lovely man and a great doctor.”