Morton Brownstein

MORTON BROWNSTEIN, 1987 - 1989


Récipiendaire de l’Ordre du Canada, Morton Brownstein a débuté son association avec l’HGJ en 1979, à titre de membre du comité du budget et des finances.

A recipient of the Order of Canada, Morton Brownstein began his association with the JGH in 1979 as a member of the Budget and Finance Committee.

He went on to become President of the Board in 1988, as well as serving as Chairman of the 1984 Capital Campaign and Co-Chair of the 1998 Campaign.

Mr. Brownstein is also proud that his parents were among the original supporters of the campaign to build the hospital. In appreciation for his outstanding efforts on behalf of the hospital, Mr. Brownstein received the Distinguished Service Award in 1998.

As owner of Brown’s Shoes, a leader in the footwear industry, Mr. Brownstein has won numerous honours, including the McGill University Management Achievement Award.

He has also been active in fundraising activities for the Montreal Association for the Blind, and his company regularly donates an exceptionally generous percentage of its profits to various community organizations.

  Morton Brownstein's Obituary in The Globe and Mail (June 3rd, 2013)

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