Remembering a Carleton veteran

On October 11, the Carleton Community remembered the life and achievements of Dr. H. Edward (Ted) English, who died on August 16, in his 80th year.

Retired from the Department of Economics and the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, English had celebrated 50 years at Carleton University in 2000.

In his retirement, he continued to be active in the Centre for Trade Policy and Law, and in the Ecumenical Chaplaincy.

“He was a compassionate professor whose door was always open to his students,” says Rev. Tom Sherwood, Carleton’s Ecumenical Chaplain. “The most important things in his life were faith, family, and economics.”

In his memoriam, his family established the Ted English Memorial Scholarship and invite contributions to be made through the Development Office as an expression of respect, and in particular as a continuing expression of his concern for students. For more information about the scholarship, please contact the Ecumenical Chaplain at 520-2600, ext. 4449.

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