Yeah, we in the family had no idea what he was up to with his friend and I for one lost out, wish I had invested with him early on. My bad and my dumb. He’s a very down to earth guy for the money he has I’ll tell ya. Nice Western honoured him with his friend Dan Devlin. They thought the dream and made it happen and I know they worked hard and long hours to make it happen, I know that:
“Tiger by the tail” as Dan Devlin says, he should be a TiCats fan. 8)
What’s also great, and sorry I’m off-topic here but I’m quite passionate about this for a few reasons, but is that Mike’s sister, my cousin of course, Martha, who was the founding director of London Health Sciences Foundation became very ill and around age 50 and died shortly thereafter without a real diagnosis other than maybe Lupus and Mike and his wife Nicole provided funds for SPECT technology for Western to help with difficult diagnoses in this aspect, this back in 2005. Western is one of the leaders in neurology and related aspects in the medical field in Canada and donations like this really do help.
London Health Sciences Centre announced today the acquisition of the new GE Infinia Hawkeye SPECT/CT (single-photon emission computed tomography) technology and the world’s first SPECT/CT Master Series Educational Program entitled “Introduction to Hybrid Imaging: Focus on SPECT/CT?.
Again mods, sorry for being off-topic but I need to get his out. For anyone who thinks it’s not that important to get as best or accurate of a medical diagnosis as possible, please read what Robin Williams’ wife has to say about this. Robin committed suicide as many know.
He thought he was going crazy,? Susan Williams said. “A diagnosis would have helped us cope.?