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Class Notes - Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry

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Brian Thicke, MD’56, is now in his 60th year in full-time general practice, with the last 50 years being in Brampton. He just signed a 10-year extension on his office lease, still regularly flies his own plane as an instrument rated pilot and his grandson Creighton Thicke-Rattray at Huron College is third generation Thicke at Western.


Paul Fetterly, MD’74, happily retired after 40 years as a Family Doctor (21 years in Wallaceburg, Ontario, and 19 years in Devils Lake, North Dakota). He is still happily married to Mary Anne, his wife of 40 years, and now has a lot of time to travel and visit their five grandchildren.


St. Paul’s Hospital in Vancouver initiated an international fellowship in the name of William H. Ross, MD’67, a vitreo-retinal surgeon for the past 41 years. The fellowship brings candidates to train at major teaching hospitals in Canada as vitreo-retinal surgeons.

Dentistry 1970

Dentistry 1970, Western’s first graduating class, hosted their dean, Wesley Dunn, on the occasion of his 90th birthday at Windermere Manor on May 17. They are, left to right, Morley Bodnar, Ian MacLean, Wesley Dunn, Marilyn MacLoghlin, Ron Hebden, John Lind and David Kenny.


Oliver Robinow, MD’66, was appointed Clinical Associate Professor Emeritus, Faculty of Medicine, University of British Columbia.

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