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March 2016

In Memoriam

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Douglas C. Borton, FCIA (1966), FSA (1955), FCA (1963), MAAA (1965), EA (1976)

Douglas Borton passed away February 4, 2016. After graduating from Colby College in Waterville Maine, he worked as a pensions actuary, first at Prudential Insurance and then for 30 years at Buck Consultants. After retiring in 1986, he remained active with organizations including the American Pension Conference, the Actuarial Education and Research Fund, and the U.S. Civil Service Retirement System Board of Actuaries.

Guy Karl Fors, FCIA (2008), FSA (2008)

Guy Karl Fors passed away in November 2015. After earning an honours BSc in mathematics from McMaster University and a masters of mathematics from the University of Notre Dame, he worked for eight years at Towers Wyatt, and 10 years at Mercer as a consulting actuary. No obituary notice was available.

Donald Ireland, FCIA (1993), FSA (1993)

Donald Ireland passed away in early March 2016, after complications from treatment for a blood disorder. A senior vice-president with Aon Hewitt, he spent over 28 years as a pension consultant with the company. A graduate of the University of Alberta (BSc in mathematics), he served as a CIA volunteer on a number of groups including the Committee on Professional Conduct and the Task Force on the Role of the Pension Actuary.

Frederick J. Thompson, FCIA (1969), FSA (1969)

Frederick J. Thompson passed away suddenly on Tuesday, March 8, 2016. He began his career as a life insurance actuary before moving into pension consulting, working for companies including Canada Life, John Hancock, and Mercer, eventually running his own actuarial business, Thompson Tomev Actuarial. He was an active volunteer in the CIA, honoured with the silver volunteer recognition award in 2002, having served as a director and councillor, as well as a member or chair of numerous councils and committees.


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