North York, Ont.; University of Queensland (Australia), 1954; anesthesiology. Died June 1, 2017, aged 87. Survived by his wife Johanne, 2 sons and 2 grandchildren. "After training in anesthesia in Montréal, he worked at the Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre in Toronto. After retiring at age 64, he worked at pain clinics in Northern Ontario for the duration of his career. In Australia John was a very well-known social figure in Brisbane in the early 1950s, where he had many friends in the music world. Known to his family and friends then as 'Jock,' he was a great character on the golf course and the dance floor, and at the Gold Coast nearby. John was the Australian version of the 'King of Kensington.' "