Dec 16, 2017 • News

Baycrest mourns the loss of two of its visionary leaders, Barry and Honey Sherman

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We at Baycrest are completely shocked and profoundly saddened by the deaths of Barry and Honey Sherman. They were visionary leaders, and their commitment and philanthropy improved the lives of countless Canadians. Barry and Honey generously helped to create the Apotex Centre, Jewish Home for the Aged at Baycrest, envisioning a facility unmatched in its service and excellence. They also recognized that research, education, and innovation are the keys to improving the journey of aging for everyone.

Barry served as a member of the Baycrest Centre Board, and as an honourary member of the Baycrest Foundation Board. Honey’s longstanding dedication to Baycrest included actively participating with the Women’s Auxiliary, leading many fundraising events, and serving as a member of the Baycrest Campaign Cabinet, and both the Baycrest Centre and Foundation Boards of Directors. 

The Shermans’ exceptional kindness and generosity helped add life to years for the many people touched by the impact of their contributions. 

Baycrest extends its sincerest condolences to the entire family of Barry and Honey Sherman.  

William E. Reichman, MD
President and Chief Executive Officer
Baycrest 

David Kassie
Chair of the Board of Directors
Baycrest

Josh Cooper
President & CEO
Baycrest Foundation

Garry Foster
Chair of the Board of Directors
Baycrest Foundation

For media inquiries:
Jonathan MacIndoe
Baycrest Health Sciences
416-785-2500 ext. 6579
jmacindoe@baycrest.org

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