Norman Dyson, Honorary President of the Toronto branch of WFMC, died on May 30th, 2020, at the age of eighty-eight.
Dyson graduated from Osgoode Hall Law School in 1958 and was a practising lawyer until 1995 when was appointed to the Superior Court of Justice, where he served until 2007.
An enthusiastic athlete, Dyson played football and basketball at high school and university, and competed in track and field. He enjoyed tennis and sailing and was a year-round cyclist.
In the late 1990s, Dyson was active in the work towards establishing the International Criminal Court, joining meetings of the “Canadian Network for an International Criminal Court” that was hosted by WFMC.
As well, Dyson was a supporter numerous environmental groups and programs supporting the homeless and elderly.
Dr Rose Dyson, Norm Dyson’s wife of more than fifty-five years, is on the board of WFMC’s Toronto branch.