Burlington, Ontario


James BAXTER passed away in Burlington, Ontario. Funeral Home Services for James are being provided by Smith's Funeral Homes. The obituary was featured in The Gazette on March 18, 2017.

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Mrs. Baxter and Family,
It is with sadness, I read last night of Dr Baxter's passing. Back in the 70's-90's, he was one of "The Great Ones" at the Royal Victoria Hospital in Montreal. In addition to leaving a legacy of being a compassionate physician and skilled surgeon in ORL and Head and Neck, Dr. Baxter will be remembered as a professional with exemplary bedside manners, kind and attentive to all patients from all walks of life. His trusted reputation generated...

My Deepest sympathy to you and your family .
Remembering you from your days in the Town Of Mount Royal
Mary Jane Constantin {Noble }

So sorry to find out Dr. Baxter is gone. He was a wonderful kind man who listened to everyone. He was always honest and righteous. I have wonderful memories of his stories about the north. It was a pleasure working for him at McGill University.

Dear Mrs. Baxter, Barbara and Ann,
I was very sorry to hear about Dr. Baxter's passing and I send you my deepest sympathies. I have very fond and happy memories of all of you on Fernlea Crescent, our cottage at Tremblant, and - a few years back - at Mary Hewitt's birthday party at the Forest and Stream Club in Dorval. Sending you love and prayers,
Andrée McNamara

We remember Dr. Baxter as a most caring professional without equal.
Sincere condolences to the family, from the Mariano's (Fernlea Crescent)

Doctor Baxter operated on a tripod fracture of my eye in 1983. What a great surgeon he was. I always wondered where he was from time to time until I saw him in the obits this week. He was very funny with his dried humor. My condolences to the family.

Without this great doctor I would probably not be hearing today, along with many, many others, a great loss to the world ,my sincerest sympathies to his family.