Born in Cambridge, attended Dickie Settlement, St. Michael’s School and K. C. I. University of Waterloo and the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto.
Married Valerie Pinkerton 1978 at St Clement’s Church. Two children; Reed, 20 and Jillian, 16.
Worked his way through school and University at Schneider’s Meats, Asphalt Paving Crew, Boehmer Box, Janitor, pumping gas and car repairs
Graduated Cum Laude in both academics and in clinic, was Class President and Valedictorian.
Full-time practice in Cambridge since 1984, was Clinic Director, Director of Patient Service, and Past President of Future Recovery Canada.
Numerous Post-Graduate Fellowships, vast committee experience and awards including “Presidents Award”.
Interviewed on Radio, Print and Television Media on trauma and healing, as well as published articles on legislation and Parliamentary Reform.
Post-graduate Lecturer and co-designer of the three year post-graduate Sports Fellowship Program. Co-authored “Practice Guidelines”, Public Relations director and Past President for the College of Chiropractic Sports Sciences in Toronto.
Qualified as an expert in General Court Division.
Health Columnist for the Cambridge Times Newspaper from 1986-1996 and numerous other publications.
Researches Biomedical Companies & advises various investment agencies on potential opportunities.
CBOE Trained Options Trader, longs and short as well as Micro-trend stock trading.
Proven administrative, leadership and business skills. Has been in small business in the Cambridge Community for over 30 years.
Volunteer Medical Services Chairperson, Special Olympics ’94.
Cambridge Neighbourhood Watch Board of directors since 1999.
Designed the first Health Care Franchise in Canada.
Involved in various local agencies particularly those concerned with our youth.
Enjoys Scuba Diving, writing, rebuilding old cars and motorcycles, home renovations and cycling.