Canadian Medical Assocation

London, Ont.; University of Western Ontario, 1948; internal medicine, cardiology. Died April 15, 2017, aged 91. Survived by his wife Lili, 2 children, 3 stepsons and 5 grandchildren. "He initiated the concept of cardiac rehabilitation in 1964. He was also co-founder of the Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging in 1980, and served as its first director."