Alf was one of the finest sportsman I ever met.
He has been my good friend for now over 50 years.
We often talked about his great days when he carried the UofT Basketball Team when we at the UofT together
when I knew him as Alf Vaichulis.
He will always be remembered fondly.
Rosemary, there are many heavy hearts around the Toronto Racquet Club this week. We all share your pain and loss. Al was truly a gentlemen and an inspiration to us all. He battled so well these past years and my father David (95 in October) is a regular participant at the Old Farts Lunch. Kudo's to Al and Terry Pinfold for keeping dad involved. Regrettably my wife and I are in London on Saturday at a reunion. Our thoughts will be with you during this very sad time. Remember Alf always in your thoughts, hearts and stories. He is merely waiting on the 'court next door' Respectfully, Don Ross
My deepest sympathies to you and your family.
We have missed you both for the past few years but think of you often and and fondly.
Bob and Gail
I worked with Dr. Vaughan at Queen Elizabeth Hospital when I graduated from dental hygiene school in 1978.
We called him the gently giant, who was kind, very pleasant and treated our patients respectfully.
I played T&D squash for many years because of him.
I'm sorry that I'm just sending an entry today, I did not know Dr. Vaughan passed away in April 7, 2019 but I was looking him on Goggle to get in-touch to let him know Ada Schmidt passed away May 4. There is a visitation Sunday May 12 at Turner & Porter, Yorke Chapel.
Queen Elizabeth Hospital Dental Department was a better place because of Dr. Vaughan, Mrs. Schmidt and Dr. Fraser. Trudy