Canadian Medical Assocation

Long Beach, Calif.; University of Toronto, 1956; ophthalmology. Died May 23, 2017, aged 85. Survived by his wife Betty, 3 children and 10 grandchildren. “After completing ophthalmology training at Harvard and McGill, he began 6 years of research in Boston in 1960. In 1966 he moved to Toronto, where he developed a thriving private practice in Scarborough and performed innovative retina, glaucoma and cataract surgical procedures at Scarborough General and Scarborough Centenary hospitals.”