Canadian Medical Association

Guelph, Ont.; Air Force, WW II; University of Toronto, 1951; general practice. Died March 24, 2018, aged 95. Survived by 2 daughters, 9 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren. “Charlie was stationed in Wales during WW II and trained as a flight engineer. After returning to Canada he studied medicine and practised family medicine for almost 60 years, first in Matachewan, Ont., and Malartic, Que., and then in Guelph. He will be remembered for being an old-fashioned family doctor who made house calls at any time of day or night and who made his patients feel secure and cared for. He was also generous to a fault, and helped many people who were in financial difficulty.”