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Can Urol Assoc J. 2010 December; 4(6): 436.
PMCID: PMC2997843

In Memoriam

CUAJ honours its members and friends who have passed away. We invite colleagues of the deceased to submit brief remembrances. Please limit your notice to 200 words. Send your notice to gro.auc@lanruoj or fax it to 514-395-1664.

Dr. Louis Manning Mador

Dr. Mador died on October 8, 2010 at the age of 92. Born in Toronto and a graduate of the medical school at U of T, he served as a medical officer in the Canadian forces at Halifax during WW2. After the war, Dr. Mador practiced family medicine alongside his father-in-law in rural Hastings County, Bancroft, Ontario. He qualified as a urologist and went to Sudbury to work in his specialty and to raise a family. Dr. Mador later returned to Toronto as a dedicated activist within the medical profession. He ultimately served as president of the Ontario Medical Association and of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario. In retirement, he worked to benefit medical students through the University of Toronto Medical Alumni Association. Dr. Mador was predeceased by his wife (2001).

He is survived by their 5 children: David (Janet) of Edmonton, Charles (Amanda) of London England, Janet of Toronto, Joseph of Vancouver, and Martha (Ray) of London England. Nine grandchildren will dearly miss “Doc“: Jordan, Brett, Rachel, Lauren, Lana, Penelope, Naomi, Nathan, and Gabriel.


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