Canadian Medical Association

Victoria; McGill University, 1944; internal medicine; Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps, Royal Canadian Navy, WW II; past president, British Columbia Medical Association and British Columbia Society of Internal Medicine. Died July 15, 2018, aged 96. Survived by 5 children, 9 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. “After the war Bob earned a diploma in public health from the University of Toronto, and in 1950 he undertook post-graduate studies in internal medicine at Queen’s University. In 1953 he was appointed director of the Victoria and Island Chest Clinic, a position he held until his retirement in 1982. Wartime conditions saw Bob and his classmates entering medical school without completing a bachelor’s degree. He corrected this by returning to the University of Victoria (successor to Victoria College) and completing 2 BAs.”