Guelph, Ont.; University of Western Ontario, 1959; psychiatry; honorary life member, CMA; associate member, American Psychiatric Association; Alumnus of the Year, Niagara Christian Collegiate, 2000. Died July 6, 2017, aged 86. Survived by his wife Mary, a son, 2 grandchildren, and his stepchildren and step-grandchildren. "He had a successful practice in Windsor, Ont., North Bay, Ont. (where he was staff psychiatrist and director of medical education for the Ministry of Health), Timmins, Ont., and Guelph. He was loyal to medicine and committed to the good of the sick. He always wanted to learn more and discover how he could be of service to those around him. After 57 years of practice, he retired in February 2016."