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F. Philip Burchell

BURCHELL, F. Philip - Peacefully passed to be with his Lord in his 72nd year. Phil will be missed by his beloved wife Beverley, daughters Shelley Morgan, Pauline Gates and Heather Denis and their families, and other family and friends. Visitation will be from 9:30-11am, Monday October 22 at Open Door Christian Fellowship, 940 Dundas St., London. Ashes will be scattered in a private ceremony at a later date. 12046213
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Will definitely miss him and remember with gratitude
Posted by John Tiu (student) On Tuesday, September 22, 2015
Simply put, Phil was one of the few teachers I've ever had that I will remember forever. His selfless dedication, wry humor and astute sensitivity to his students' needs will be missed. Condolences to the family.

A true mentor for adult education
Posted by Amanda Dalcourt ((Dip MDT)) On Tuesday, January 15, 2013
It is with sadness that I recently learned of Phil's passing :( Phil was the kind of teacher that we all wish to meet and we are all thankful to have had the opportunity to learn from - dedicated and passionate about what he believed in. It is thanks to Phil that I was introduced to and intrigued by MDT. I will be forever grateful for his humour, his unique teaching methods and his passion for all things McKenzie! Rest in peace my friend. You will always be remembered by those you have touched.
sadly missed
Posted by Wendy Cliff (student) On Tuesday, January 8, 2013
Without Phils enthuiasm, humour and approachability many of us may not have been sufficiently inspired to continue through all the McKenzie courses and go on, further,further further! He is remembered with gratitude and affection.
A smile
Posted by john salituri (Cred MDT) On Thursday, January 3, 2013
My heartfelt condolences to the family of this wonderful man. The mention of his name will continue to bring a smile to me as I am sure to countless others. What better legacy than this. God bless you all.
Larger than life
Posted by Kelly Milan (MDT student for life) On Tuesday, January 1, 2013
Phil was an outstanding teacher and I will always remember his passion and dedication to teaching the McKenzie method in his own unique methods. He had a major role in my pursuit of higher levels of skill and education in MDT. Without him my career would surely not be the same. Teachers and leaders like Phil seem larger than life and their passing is certainly more of a shock. Thank you Phil, you had an extraordinary impact on the Physiotherapy world.

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