In Memoriam

Robert Cameron Reynolds ’56 died Sept. 28, 2011.

Reynolds retired in 1985 as senior product metallurgist, coated products, following 38 years at Stelco. He was an avid collector of Ho Gauge model train engines, and while his sons were growing, built a cottage on Colpoy’s Bay that he enjoyed with friends and family for many summers. In his retirement, Reynolds and his wife Mary kept warm during winter at their Florida home, and enjoyed many trips throughout Canada and abroad.

During the years of 1989-1990, Robert and Mary lived in Cilegon, West Java, Indonesia, where he was employed by UEC, USX Engineers and Consultants Inc. as manager of metallurgical and quality control CRMI project.

Reynolds is survived by his beloved wife Mary F. Dawson, and his family — Robert (Diana), David (Carole), John (Susan) and grandchildren Clinton, Katelyn, Dane, Robert, Avard and William.

Dr. John “Jack” Macnamara ’47, ’49’51 died April 29, 2013 in Sault Ste. Marie at the age of 88.

Born and raised in Hamilton, Macnamara moved to the Soo in 1951 to begin work in the chemistry lab at Algoma Steel and retired in 1990 having achieved the position of Chairman of the Board and CEO. He is survived by his wife Maryjane, four sons, nine grand children and six great grand children.

He was inducted into the McMaster Alumni Gallery in 1982.