North York, Ont.; Semmelweis University (Hungary), 1952; general pathology. Died March 23, 2017, aged 89. Survived by his wife Eva, 5 children, 10 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren. "He was a Holocaust survivor who fought for the freedom of others in the Hungarian Resistance. In 1952 he graduated Number 1 in his class in Budapest." A co-worker wrote: "I always enjoyed his wry sense of humour. I remember his presentation of path slides, which he started with, 'Let's throw a little darkness on this presentation.' "