Dr. A. Gregor Smith passes suddenly - A resident of Grimsby for the last 2 years, Dr. Andrew Gregor Smith died suddenly Thursday at West Lincoln Memorial Hospital, Grimsby Beach, after a brief illness.
In his 69th year, Dr. Smith was born in Peel Country. He had been a dentist most of his life, practising in Regina for 40 years, then three years in Brantford, before coming to Grimsby.
He was a captain in the Canadian Dental Corps for three and one half years in the First Great War and served as Lieutenant Colonel attached to No. 12 Company, C.D.C., in Saskatchewan for 4 years in the last war.
He was a past master of Assiniboine Masonic Lodge, Regina, a member of the Scottish Rite, and a member of Trinity United Church, Grimsby.
Besides his wife, Ina M. Smith, he is survived by a sister, Miss Mabel Smith, Toronto, and two brothers, Dr. Fraser Smith and Alphine Smith, both of Saskatchewan.
Funeral services were held from the Stonehouse Funeral Home, Grimsby, on Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock, with interment in Dixon Cemetery, in Peel County at 3 o'clock.
Casket bearers were Drs. Crich, Copeland, Mitchell, Brownlee; Vernon Tuck, Richard Theal.
Rev. A.I. Griffith officiated.