FORMER POLICE CHIEF BILL McCORMACK DIES, 83

Sep 08, 2016

By Bob Komsic

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Former chief of the then Metro Toronto Police Force, Bill McCormack, has died.
Cause of death not known.
McCormack served as chief from 1989 to 1995.
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Prior to joining the Toronto police force in 1959, he served in the British Navy and the English and Bermuda police forces.
In 1969, McCormack began a decade of service with the homicide squad, recalling those years in retirement in his memoir, ”Life on Homicide”.
He received the Governor General’s Police Exemplary Service Medal in 1983.
Four of his five children became officers including son Mike, who’s president of the Toronto Police Association.
A book of condolences has been set up in the lobby of police headquarters.
Visitation is Sunday at the Jerrett Funeral Home in Thornhill.
Funeral is Monday at St. Paul’s Basilica near Queen and Parliament.
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