Canadian Medical Association

Regina; University of Toronto, 1954; family medicine; associate professor, University of Saskatchewan; Saskatchewan Physician of the Year, 1989. Died March 23, 2017, aged 93. Survived by his wife Margaret, 5 children and 6 grandchildren. "Bill had a 43-year medical career at the Medical Arts Clinic in Regina. In 1980, he completed a specialty in geriatrics and joined the Family Medicine Unit at the Regina Plains Health Centre, where he trained medical residents. He semi-retired in 1997 but stayed active, most notably by teaching RCMP Training Depot cadets in Regina about the neglect and mistreatment of elderly people."