March 14, 1915 ~ April 01, 2005
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Excerpt from A Son’s Perspective . . .
“My father’s life was dedicated to creativity. He translated his earliest childhood experiences into detailed drawings, and set Wordsworth and Tennyson’s poetry to music. This fascination with giving life to ideas extended to the end of his life. He wrote poetry and designed and created fantastic pieces of jewelry, using semi precious stones. At age 90, when he became ill, he reminded me that he still had to complete two violin concertos that the McGill Chamber Orchestra had commissioned from him.”