Canadian Medical Association

Calgary; Loma Linda University (California), 1979; anesthesiology. Died May 4, 2022, aged 67. Survived by his wife Dalyce, 1 child and 3 stepchildren. “Glenn was finally freed from the grip of Alzheimer’s disease at age 67. One of his most marked characteristics was his strong sense of justice — he was always looking out for and prepared to fight for the underdog. He was a politically active physician, and was heavily involved in the Alberta Medical Association. Believing he had an obligation to follow the example of physicians who had paved the way for him, he participated actively in many committees and organizations. He loved anesthesia, and was an inspiring and encouraging mentor.”

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