Millman, Dr. William Logan

June 24th, 2016

Peacefully at his home on Friday, June 24th, 2016. Survived by his loving wife and best friend, Sharon (O’Neill) for 20 years. Loving father of Dr. Cathy Millman (Ron Dewsnap), Barbara Millman, and Sandy May (Tim). Grandfather of Logan Dewsnap, Callum Dewsnap, Maddelyn May and Evan May. Also survived by his siblings, George Millman (Margaret) and Steve Millman (Janine). Logan will be greatly missed by the entire O’Neill family. Predeceased by his sister Christie Ann and his wife Ann (June 1995). Cremation has taken place. Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Logan are asked to consider the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario. 

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Jane-Ann Dale-HunterMy husband and I were very sorry to hear of Dr. Millman's passing. Our thoughts are with his wife, and with Sandy, Barb and Cathy and their families. It was a pleasure working with all of you. Your Dad was a wonderful man whom I respected greatly. I'm so very sorry. Jane-Ann and Paul
TanyaSo sorry to hear the news. My thoughts are with you Sharon and family. Hugs and prayers
LeanneVery sad to learn of Logan's passing. It was an honour to call Logan both my colleague and my friend. He was a great doctor and a fun-loving friend. Sharon, you and Logan shared a wonderful twenty years of a solid marriage, and it was a joy to see the two of you together. You shared a wonderful, and rare love that most would only hope to attain. Hugs
CarolynSharon my heart is with you and your family at this very difficult time. I did not have the chance to work with him however I have only heard wonderful things.
Jenn SleegersSharon, thinking of you and your family during this difficult time. My deepest condolences.
Bill and Joanne BeattieWe were shocked and saddened to learn of Logan's death. Our thoughts are with you and family.
Sylvia Ochnik Truly sorry for your loss. May you accept my most heartfelt condolences to you Sharon and family at this difficult time. He will be missed by many. May the care and love of those around you help get you through this difficult time.
Deborah KellyMy deepest sympathies to you, Sharon, and your family. I was truly shocked to hear of Dr . Millmans passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you throughout this difficult time. Hugs.
Sandy WebbGeorge and I were truly saddened to hear of Logan's passing .He was a wonderful man and I respected his knowledge and wisdom as a colleague and friend. We had many great times over the years. Our deepest sympathies to you Sharon Cathy, Sandy and Barb and Families. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this most difficult time. Sandy and George
Larry and Carol Allen So sorry to hear about your Dad, though we haven't been in touch for many years it is still a shocked to hear. Our thoughts are with you at this time.
Graham KingWe were all saddened by the sudden passing of Logan. I knew Logan for over twenty-five years working with him regularly in the operating room at St. Joseph's Hospital in London. He was an excellent anesthesiologist; sought after by patients and staff alike due to his calm demeanor, sense of humour, efficiency and the quality care he provided to all he served. I am comforted knowing he will be looking down on us with his ever present Diet Coke in hand!
Bing Siang GanI wish to express to the entire family my sincere condolences at this loss. I have worked with Logan for more than 26 years and respected him greatly. Logan will be missed tremendously. Bing
Lauren CookSharon I am so sorry for your loss. My heart goes out to you and Logans family. My prayers are with you in this sad sad time.
George AthwalMy sincere condolences to the family. Logan was my friend, and colleague. It was always a pleasure walking in to the OR room, and see him behind the anesthetic machine with his never-emptying can of diet coke. I had absolute faith that my patients were looked after by the best. I miss you my friend…
Rosemary SogaI began working with Dr. Millman 30 plus years ago. The first few weeks I didn't know "what to think." But after a few months I realized what all the other nurses and doctors knew. When you were assigned to work with him you knew you were going to have a safe, professional, organized and enlightened day and the odd laugh. Thank you Smiley for making my work life so gratifying and fulfilling . Rosemary
Lee PrenticeDr Logan Millman was a wonderful example of a gifted Anesthesiologist who combined technical expertise with bedside manner and compassion. He was also a great teacher who mentored countless Anesthesiology Residents. He inspired confidence in patient and Surgeon alike and was the Anesthesiologist patients requested and Surgeons hoped for.
Holly JarvisSo sorry to hear about Logan's passing. You had a great relationship for many years. My prayers are with you at this time, Sharon, please accept my sincere condolences.
Linda and Mike GraceSharon - so sorry to hear about Logan. Our thoughts are with you.
Kim van Vliet and Nick SauroLogan has been a dear friend for 20 years, since the day we met. I have always stood in awe of. The rare, beautiful love that he shared with my best friend Sharon. Logan touched the lives of many. We are all privileged to call him friend. Logan has personally helped me on my own life journey. I have been blessed with his kind, considered advice and will miss him til the end of my days. All of our love and prayers are with you Sharon, Kim and Nick
ChristineHe taught me very early on where the safe place was to stand during an extubation....I will miss the way he greeted me as "Nurse Zanutto". We have many memories to treasure, and I've many fond photos of the man who would stop to indulge in them.
Vicki lavenderTo Barb I'm so sorry to hear of your dads passing. He was the grumpy bear with the heart of gold. I always had a good day when I was assigned to work with him. He will be missed by many, he was loved by all.
Bob Richards and Rachel Schaefer With tears, we try to sum up many years of friendship into a few short words. Logan was respected by us for his skill as an amazing anesthetist. He was loved by us for his whit and kindness. He was a quiet, powerful force in our operating rooms. We will miss you dear friend.
Terri McNairThe first time I worked with Dr. Millman, 30 years ago, was a terrifying experience. It didn't take long to realize he was a softie in disguise. "Smiley" was a man of few words but when he talked you listened. He was a rock and I respected him very much. He will be missed!
susan ksorry for your loss, my thoughts are with you during this difficult time.
Tony and Mona WalesTo Barb, We are so sorry for you and your family's loss. I always enjoyed working with your dad. For some reason he always had a smile for me. I know that he is missed by many at work.
Chris and Mary storeyDear Sharon We have such lovely memories of our visits with you and Logan. You two were such a good fit. We will miss him...we are thinking of you... Love Mary and chris
Gord SelleryLogan was the the first Anesthesia resident who I worked with in my new role as medical coordinator of the ICU at Victoria Hospital in 1968. He was a most conscientious and reliable colleague and continued on with those qualities during his over 40 years of providing Anesthesia care at St. Joseph's Hospital. As a faculty member at Western he contributed to medical student and resident training in our speciality. It is sad that he could not enjoy his retirement and the fellowship with former colleagues. Sharon and family, please accept my condolences. Gord Sellery
Maria and Michelle MarquesOur deepest condolences to Dr. Millmans family! It was a privilege and honor to work with him in the operating room environment. We, who are left on our earthly journey shall think of you and cherish how you touched our lives working togething at St. Joseph's Hospital. Thank you, Maria and Michelle Marques
Jessica ZiltenerSharon I am so very sorry to hear of the passing of Logan. He was a pleasure to work with and always put a smile on my face sharing his horse stories. He will be greatly missed. Thinking about you.
Debbie McFaddenAl and I are sorry to hear of Logan's passing. He will be missed. Our condolences.
Dagmar JoostenSharon. I am very sorry for the loos of your husband and friend. My prayers go out to you and your family. He will be missed by all. Thinking about you.
Rachel BaresichSharon, I wish to share my condolences on the passing of Logan. It was a pleasure knowing him all those years working on the farm. Thinking of you in these difficult times.
Brenda HaleCathy, Barb, Sandy and families , please except my sincere condolences on the loss of your Dad. We had many good times together in the OR at St Joe's. Logan was such a talented anesthesiologist, and a delight to work with. I will always remember the classic look, with his warmed gown, clogs,green jujubes, and the can of coke. He will be missed by all who knew him. Sharon, I know you and Logan had a special relationship. You are all in my thought and prayers.
Brian TaylorI have worked with Logan in the OR since 1979, until I retired in 2015... ......he was was calm, organized, predictable, professional, and a man of few words, a master of economy of movement, and did not tolerate anything less than 100% committment to the patient. He was a rock of stability in the OR, and I was always thrilled to have him as our anesthesiologist when he was assigned to my list. I saw him last a few weeks ago when I happened to be assisting in the OR and heard it was his birthday. I went into his OR to congratulate him, and he broke into one of his rare smiles, asked me about a few retirement tips , and we reminisced fondly about our time at St Joe's. We parted with a big hug for each other. Thanks for all you have done for our patients, and for us, my friend......Brian
Rita HoganSharon, Cathy, Barb, Sandy: My heart goes out to you during this time. Logan was a true professional who always put his patient first. He was wise and gentle with a crazy sense of humour. I always loved working with him in the OR. Sincere condolences. I will miss you my friend.
Paula GrangerI was shocked to hear of the loss of Logan. My sincere condolences Sharon and family. There are very few words to comfort you right now. May your memories help to ease your pain. Sharon I am thinking of you with a heavy heart.
Bruce NicholsIt was always an honour to work with Logan in the Eye room. Since starting my career in 1987 I was privileged to witness his quiet but strong demeanor in the OR. He had a way of keeping the whole room on track ...purposeful and seamless. Qualities you could trust. It was no secret that patients loved him and had faith in his skills...they knew they would be well cared for. His quick wit and wry humor would instantly calm even the most anxious of patients. What a relief for them to have Logan by their side. A true scholar and a gentleman...thanks my friend for having the right stuff. Sharon, your loss is shared with us all.....Bruce.
Doug ScottSharon, so sorry to hear of Dr. Millmans passing. ........Doug.
Martin & Dorothy FoleyOur sincere condolences to Cathy, Barbara and Sandy who along with their father and mother were very important friends to us and our daughters. We had many good times and fun together as families. We were new to London and Logan & Ann made us very welcome and were great friends. Also, we offer our sincere sympathy to Sharon, Logan's wife and companion for the past 20 years.
Judith KuttSharon, I was so sorry to hear of Logan's pssing. I now how hasd this time is and my thoughts are wirh you
Craig and Jessica RailtonWe remember the welcome feeling that Logan and Sharon were able to generate when we first came to London and how it continues still. No words can fully express the feelings of grief with the loss of a friend, loved one or partner. Our thoughts are with your family at this time.
Mariane HossfeldDear Cathy, we met many years ago, you a summer student in the instrument room and I the scrub nurse in the OR at St. Joe's. Working with you and your dad always made a calm day. You both had that quiet, confident and professional air. I was so glad that your dad was on call when our girls were born. He was the best! My deepest condolences to you and your family in this great loss.
David DoreDear Cathy, Barb, Sandy, and Mrs. Millman Sorry to hear of the passing of your Husband, and your Father. I can well remember the good old days working with you and your Dad in the Operating Rooms at St. Joe's. they are now fond memories. While working there from 1973 to 1996 I would always recommend Dr. Millman to my family and friends for there Anesthesiologist. ONE OF THE BEST.
Charlotte McCallumDear Sharon, So sorry to hear of the loss of your best friend. May the many condolences of friends and family bring you peace and love during this time of sorrow and through the future. All the best, Charlotte
TLC StaffWe want to express our most sincere sympathies. We were shocked and saddened by the news of Logan's passing. Logan was a highly valuable member of our team and the effects of his passing are already felt here by his fellow colleagues and patients. We were humbled by his kindness and compassion to everyone he interacted with. Logan will be in our hearts and memories, may your memories of him give you strength during this difficult time.
Amy McCauleySharon, I am so very sorry for your loss. I will remember Dr. Millman as a quiet and caring man with a great sense of humor. It was a pleasure working with him. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
Deb WeilerSharon, we are very sorry to hear of Logan's passing. Thinking of you during this difficult time. With our deepest sympathy, Deb and Wayne.
Peter and Cathy LindsaySharon, we are so very sorry for your loss. It really hurts for us too.We have so many wonderful memories of the fabulous times we spent together as couples and with other friends.You were so devoted to each other, and you will carry that with you in the days ahead. Love and hugs, Peter and Cathy.
Debbie PenavaSharon, All of our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time, from our work family to your home family. May you enjoy your good times and memories for the coming times, as we will. On a day that you saw one of Logan's great big smiles, let us hope he is smiling down on us now.
Philip JonesLogan was my teacher and colleague. He was an excellent anesthesiologist who valued high quality clinical care without a lot of fuss. Sharon, my sincere condolences for your loss.
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