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In Memoriam

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Peter G. Grant, FCIA (1965), FSA (1965), who died this month at the age of 74, graduated in actuarial science from the University of Western Ontario in 1959.

He first worked as an actuarial assistant at Manufacturers Life in Toronto, but in 1965, having obtained his CIA and SoA Fellowships, he turned to pension consulting at Towers, Perrin, Forster & Crosby (later Towers Perrin, now Towers Watson), also in Toronto. In the early 1970s he transferred to the company's office in London, England, but later returned to North America, remaining at Towers' Chicago office until his retirement.

An avid golfer, he spent his retirement years in Ponte Vedra Beach, FL, and Kenilworth, IL.

Raymond L. Whaley, FCIA (1965), FSA (1957), was born in Mount Hope, ON, in 1929. He graduated from the University of Toronto in 1950 with a degree in Mathematics and Physics, before beginning a long career which involved 40 years at the Prudential Insurance Company Canada. He retired from the Prudential as senior vice-president.

Mr. Whaley remained active in his retirement, including become President of Living and Learning in Retirement - the oldest Third Age learning program in Canada - at York University's Glendon College.

A former member of the CIA's Council and committees including Publications and Morbidity, and an ex-member of the International Actuarial Association, he died at the age of 82 at St. Michael's Hospital in Toronto.

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