Canadian Medical Association

Toronto; University of Dublin (Ireland), 1948; psychiatry. Died Oct. 26, 2018, aged 93. Survived by his wife Margarita, his ex-wife Joyce, 3 children, 2 stepchildren and his grandchildren. “During WW II he served as a surgeon with the rank of captain. After the war he landed in Montréal to complete further medical training, and soon moved to Toronto to work at the University of Toronto as a staff psychiatrist, and then at the Clarke Institute as senior staff psychiatrist. For many years he was head of the Toronto General’s Adult Day Hospital for Mental Health. He went into private practice in 1974. His passion for helping people kept him working up until June 2015, when he was 90.”