A Tribute to Lee Lorch (1915-2014)

Lee Lorch, a Science for Peace Board Member from the 1990s until last year, died on February 28th at the age of 98. A wonderful obituary by David Margolick can be read here: www.nytimes.com/2014/03/02/nyregion/lee-lorch-desegregation-activist-who-led-stuyvesant-town-effort-dies-at-98.html?src=twrhp&_r=1 Rachel Deutsch also created a film on Lee Lorch’s life which can be found on the Science for Peace YouTube channel … Read more A Tribute to Lee Lorch (1915-2014)

A Tribute to Shirley Farlinger

by Janis Alton & Vicki Obedkoff Shirley’s death on December 18, 2012 was somewhat a surprise, because time and again she had successfully rebounded from cancer’s grip. Her sparkle, humour and good sense were woven into the work of Science for Peace, among many other organizations. Shirley’s peace activism, like her life, was filled with … Read more A Tribute to Shirley Farlinger

Remembering Rosalie Bertell (1929-2012)

On Saturday, September 29, at 7 p.m., friends of Rosalie Bertell will gather at Bloor Street United Church, 300 Bloor Street West, Toronto, Ontario, to remember one of the most influential people of our time. Rosalie was a Grey Nun of the Sacred Heart, a scientist, author, global citizen and inspiration to all who work … Read more Remembering Rosalie Bertell (1929-2012)

In Memoriam: Terry Gardner, A Man to Remember

Science for Peace will long be grateful for all the ways Dr. Terrell Gardner contributed to its birth and life. Terry was the founder and first secretary/vice-president of Science for Peace and one of the editors of SfP’s first book “The Name of the Chamber was Peace,” a work of the Toronto Chapter. He was … Read more In Memoriam: Terry Gardner, A Man to Remember

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