Canadian Medical Association

Sechelt, BC; University of Pécs (Hungary), 1956; family medicine. Died July 3, 2018, aged 86. Survived by his wife Donna, 2 children, 2 stepchildren and 5 grandchildren. “His career was halted when the Hungarian uprising erupted in 1956. He fled [to Canada], eventually ending up in Edmonton. He joined the Royal Alexandra Hospital, where he remained on staff for the rest of his medical career, happily making his rounds every morning. He also became a partner in the Allin Clinic in Edmonton, and had a successful career in family medicine for 47 years. At one time he held the record for delivering the most babies in one shift. A bachelor, he had offered to work Christmas Eve, and delivered 24 healthy babies.”