Recently deceased physicians, March 2022–February 2023
The following Doctors of BC members died between March 2022 and February 2023. Thank you to their families for sharing this information with the Membership Department. If you knew any of the deceased, please consider submitting an obituary for the BCMJ to email@example.com.
Dr Glen John Ankenman
21 February 1926–6 November 2022
Dr Vivian Baker
16 March 1930–29 November 2022
Dr Roger Kingswell Crittenden
30 November 1950–23 January 2023
Dr Paul Joseph Dubord
5 May 1951–5 September 2022
Dr H. Martin Gough
23 June 1927–26 June 2022
Dr Donald Gene Hedges
15 July 1950–30 December 2022
Dr Brenda Anne Huff
22 December 1961–22 January 2023
Dr Lee-Anna Huisman
1 August 1981–3 November 2022
Dr Chong Won Lim
20 June 1932–4 June 2022
Dr James Robert MacLean
1 July 1925–14 March 2022
Dr Michael Mbuye Mthandazo
7 March 1981–30 July 2022
Dr Mairi MacDonald Narod
28 October 1927–3 September 2022
Dr Jaime Patricio Paredes
4 March 1943–16 December 2022
Dr Colin Paul Sabiston
21 September 1954–8 November 2022
Dr Michael Templeton Scott-Kerr
19 October 1935–26 February 2023
Dr David Smit
4 June 1935–9 January 2023
Dr Edwin Stockdale
29 August 1931–22 September 2022
Dr Lionel Tenby
11 April 1932–22 December 2022
Dr Esias Renier van Rensburg
6 September 1963–2 November 2022
Dr Upendra Kumar Vyas
10 October 1941–30 October 2022
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