Canadian Medical Association

Toronto; navigator, Royal Canadian Air Force, WW II; McGill University, 1953; psychiatry. Died July 10, 2019, aged 94. Survived by his wife Lorraine, 5 children, 3 grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren. “After the war he graduated from McGill and became highly regarded in adult psychiatry and for his work with children and Holocaust survivors. He held many positions at McGill and also served as clinical chief of psychiatry at the Jewish General Hospital in Montréal.”

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