Flags lowered for David Bonham

Flags lowered for David Bonham

By Communications Staff

September 14, 2016


Flags on campus have been lowered for Professor David Bonham who passed away at home on Sunday, Sept. 11.

[David Bonham]
David Bonham, a former professor and administrator at Queen's University, died Sunday, Sept. 11 at home. (University Communications) 

Professor Bonham was cross-appointed to the Faculty of Law and the School of Business during his 30 years at the university and also served as Vice-Principal (Finance) from 1971-77 and then Vice-Principal (Resources) from 1984-88.

After his retirement from the university, he became a founding member of the Retirees’ Association of Queen’s and was chair of its Pension Committee.

Professor Bonham was also well known within the Kingston community and from 1978 to 2009 was a partner, then counsel, with Cunningham Swan Carty Little and Bonham. He also devoted much time to charitable and volunteer organizations including as Chair of the Anna and Edward C. Churchill Foundation, Vice-Chair of Hospice Kingston, sat on the Board of Directors of University Hospitals Kingston Foundation, and the Board of Hotel Dieu Hospital.

Professor Bonham received both the Padre Laverty and the John Orr awards from Queen’s and most recently received the Distinguished Service Award in 2015.

Visitation will be held at James Reid Funeral Home on John Counter Boulevard, between 2 and 4 p.m. and 7 and 9 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 16. His funeral will be held at St. George's Cathedral in Kingston at 11 am Saturday, Sept.  17.

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