OBITUARY/NOTICE NÉCROLOGIQUE DONALD Q. INNIS (1924 ‐ 1988)

OBITUARY/NOTICE NÉCROLOGIQUE DONALD Q. INNIS (1924 ‐ 1988) The Canadian Geographer / Le Geographe canadien 34, no 1 (1 990) 77-78 0 / 1990 Canadian Association of Geographers/ L'Association canadienne des geographes He held academic appointments at the University of Western Ontario and Queen’s University in the early years, but found his niche in 1963 as Professor of Geography at Geneseo State University in Geneseo, New York. He valued and maintained Canadian citizenship, being a Canadian nationalist at heart. Donald lnnis was a delightful friend, a charming companion, a witty and fun-loving man. He took the dis- cipline of geography very seriously and himself very lightly. He was fun to be with, and he will be missed by many whose lives he enriched by his presence - COIleagues, friends, students, and family members alike. GORDON MERRILL Carleton University The Canadian Geographer / Le Ghgraphe canadien 34, no 1 (1 990) http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Canadian Geographer/Le Geographe Canadien Wiley

OBITUARY/NOTICE NÉCROLOGIQUE DONALD Q. INNIS (1924 ‐ 1988)

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Copyright © 1990 Wiley Subscription Services, Inc., A Wiley Company
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0008-3658
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1541-0064
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10.1111/j.1541-0064.1990.tb01070.x
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The Canadian Geographer / Le Geographe canadien 34, no 1 (1 990) 77-78 0 / 1990 Canadian Association of Geographers/ L'Association canadienne des geographes He held academic appointments at the University of Western Ontario and Queen’s University in the early years, but found his niche in 1963 as Professor of Geography at Geneseo State University in Geneseo, New York. He valued and maintained Canadian citizenship, being a Canadian nationalist at heart. Donald lnnis was a delightful friend, a charming companion, a witty and fun-loving man. He took the dis- cipline of geography very seriously and himself very lightly. He was fun to be with, and he will be missed by many whose lives he enriched by his presence - COIleagues, friends, students, and family members alike. GORDON MERRILL Carleton University The Canadian Geographer / Le Ghgraphe canadien 34, no 1 (1 990)

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Published: Mar 1, 1990

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