Tim Whitehead

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This category contains material about Tim Whitehead, a close friend who died too early.

Whitehead, Timothy B.G. 'Tim'
Peacefully, after a courageous battle with cancer, at Brantford General Hospital, on Monday August 7, 2006, of Paris, inhis 52nd year.
Tim  was  a  writer  and  a  economist.  He  volunterred  with  the  Paris Cobblestone   Festival,   the   Paris   Library   Expansion,   the   KidneyFoundation and was a dedicated blood donor. He coached baseball in Brantford and softball in Paris. He was a director with Ayr Farmers Mutual and Ayr Farmers Financial. Beloved husband to Shauna, cherished father to Jessica and Trevvor, loved son to Bev and Eileen Whitehead of Woodstock; dear brother to Patrick (Eve) of Woodstock and Michael (Mary) of Simcoe, uncle to Bridget, Georgia, Caitlin, and Meaghan.

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In February 1999, Tim Whitehead published some suggestions for the Federal Minister of Finance that are quite readable still. The article was published in Canadian Business Economics, the journal of the Canadian Association for Business Economics.

Until shortly before he entered hospital for the final time, Tim Whitehead wrote articles for Money Sense. Some of the articles have been reproduced here. The document is almost 12 mb so download it. Do not attempt to read it online.

Tim Whitehead had an interesting career as a bank economist and consulting. This is one of his many CVs.

For a number  years from 1999 through 2003, Tim Whitehead wrote over 200 articles for the Brantford Expositor, the daily paper near his chosen home of Paris Ontario.