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Wilbert Keon

The Honourable
Wilbert Keon
Senator for Ottawa, Ontario
In office
September 27, 1990 – May 17, 2010
Appointed by Brian Mulroney
Personal details
Born (1935-05-17) May 17, 1935
Sheenboro, Quebec
Political party Conservative
Occupation heart surgeon, researcher

Wilbert Joseph Keon, OC (born May 17, 1935) is a heart surgeon, researcher and was a Canadian Senator.[1]

Born in Sheenboro, Quebec,[1] he received a Bachelor of Science from St. Patrick's College, Carleton University[2] and a Doctor of Medicine from the University of Ottawa.[3]

After a period of studying and teaching at transplant.[5] He retired as a working doctor and resigned from the Ontario College of Physicians and Surgeons in June 2010.

In 1990 he was appointed to the Senate by Governor General Ray Hnatyshyn on the advice of Prime Minister Brian Mulroney, where he sat as a Conservative.[1] In 2010, Keon retired from the Senate upon reaching the mandatory retirement age of 75.[6]

In 1960 he married Anne Jennings. They have three children: Claudia, Ryan (who is running for the Liberal Party of Canada in the federal riding of Nepean-Carleton[7]) and Neil.

Honours

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References

  1. ^ a b c Wilbert Keon – Parliament of Canada biography
  2. ^ a b "Wilbert Keon". Carleton University. 
  3. ^ a b c "Senator Dr. Wilbert Keon". Canadian Medical Hall of Fame. 
  4. ^ "Board Member Biographies". Champlain Local Health Integration Network. 
  5. ^ "Achievements 'dwarf' doctor's humanity". Calgary Herald. May 11, 1986. p. 13. 
  6. ^ "Lions, Argos owner Braley tapped for Senate". CBC News. May 20, 2010. 
  7. ^ "Liberals: Ryan Keon". Ottawa Citizen. April 17, 2014. 
  8. ^ "Wilbert Joseph Keon". Order of Canada. Governor General of Canada. 
  9. ^ a b "101st Convocation". Carleton University. June 18, 1994. 
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