Canadian Medical Association

Surrey, BC; University of Toronto, 1957; diagnostic radiology. Died Nov. 16, 2020, aged 87. Survived by 2 sons, 4 grandchildren and 2 great-granddaughters. “Bill started a family medicine practice in Oshawa, Ont., in 1958, and joked about how he was often paid in home-made wine (reportedly, not very good), eggs and chickens. In 1970, Bill and his family relocated to Montréal, where he attended McGill University and completed a residency in radiology. He completed his fellowship in New York City at the Hospital for Special Surgery, and served as a member of the medical support staff for the Canadian team during the 1976 Olympics in Montréal. Bill and his family relocated to Kamloops, BC, in 1979 so he could work at the Royal Inland Hospital, and he practised there until 2005.”

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