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Cherry Sayles ( Hemming) posted a condolence
Sunday, January 21, 2018Please accept my sincerest condolences. I was a student of his in 1971 and he was a favourite teacher! He made French interesting!
Cindy Rossignoli (Van Ryswyck) posted a condolence
Tuesday, January 9, 2018Please accept my sincere condolences. Mr. MacGregor-Brown was quite a remarkable person and one of my most memorable teachers at Pauline Johnson Collegiate. I thoroughly enjoyed his French class and he took the time and effort beyond the classroom to instill the love of the French language and culture in his students. I fondly remember a french cuisine dinner that he hosted! He will be missed!
Holly Saunders-Westell posted a condolence
Tuesday, January 9, 2018I was a former student of Mr. McGB back in the 80's and I remember many 'life-lessons' that he taught us. I have now become a teacher as well, and use many of his 'tricks of the trade' when teaching my students new subjects. He will always be in my thoughts as a wonderful teacher, and human being.
David Neumann posted a condolence
Saturday, January 6, 2018Sad to hear about the loss of Jim McGregor-Brown, former colleague and friend. I admired his creativity. He was a big supporter of our Model Parliament at PJ. One year he suggested that our session should be opened by Queen Elizabeth. He selected a student to play the role and trained her. He created the dress she wore and arranged for a Limo, sporting the Royal Ensign, to bring the royal couple to the front door of PJCVS. We had National Coverage of that event. I could say a lot more than this. He taught me some skills that I used in my life since. Condolences to his relatives and close friends. Elfrieda and I were once invited to share a meal at his home at 10 Downing Street in our city. Everything was perfect; and he delighted in having the same address as the UK Prime Minister. He was one of those unforgettable characters. He will be missed.
Susan marton caperchione posted a condolence
Saturday, January 6, 2018Sorry for the loss of your brother. Mr. Macgregor-brown was an excellent teacher.