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James BAXTER

Burlington, Ontario

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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.