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November 23, 2000




Martin Daviault

The Faculty of Commerce and Administration has expressed its sadness at the death of Martin Daviault, a 42-year-old student in the Master’s in Business Administration program, after a courageous battle with cancer.

Our sympathies are extended to his wife Julie Gauthier, his children Mathieu and Simon, and the rest of the family. Donations in his memory may be sent to the Canadian Cancer Society.


Edward McCullough

His many Concordia friends were saddened to hear of the death on Christmas Day of Professor Emeritus Edward Eastman McCullough, who was chair of the History Department of Sir George Williams University during the 1960s. He died in hospital in St. Catharines, Ont., after a series of strokes.

Professor Frank Chalk said in a message to his colleagues, “Many of us will recall Ed’s visit to Montreal on the occasion of the publication of his book on the origins of World War I and his pleasure in continuing to work for the cause of world federalism. I will miss him.”

Dr. McCullough’s wife Beryl predeceased him by several years. Our sympathies are extended to their children, Kathleen Cunningham, of Mississauga, and Kenneth McCullough, of Dollard-des-Ormeaux, and their families.


Ronald Frank Garbacz

Many people in the Concordia community have expressed shock and sadness at the sudden death on New Year’s Eve of Ron Garbacz, who retired from Distribution Services last fall. He was only 55.

Ron is survived by his father, Frank, and his two children, Brian and Karen. The funeral was held at Resurrection of Our Lord Church, in Lachine.