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    "Not a day goes by that I do not think of you with smiles, tears or both. We tell our stories of you with a longing and a joyfulness for all you gave us. Colin will always know you and your gifts of laughter, playfulness and a way of teasing that let a child know they were wrapped in love."

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    "Rick & I would like to send our deepest condolances. We are saddened that our friend has passed away. He will be dearly missed."

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  • 1971

    Was able to convince the U.S.S.R. to permit the 1972 Russia-Canada hockey series.nw53t (April 1st, 1971)

  • 1979

    Patented design which led to the invention of the retractable syringe. (July 26th, 1979)

  • 1984

    Elected to Edmonton City Council (May 1st, 1984)

  • 1985

    Brokered an agreement that led to the eventual formation of Timer-Warner. (November 1st, 1985)

  • 1988

    Re-elected to Edmonton City Council. (March 21st, 1988)

  • 1989

    Sold his 40% stake in CNN to Ted Turner (February 1st, 1989)

  • 1990

    Resigned his seat on Edmonton City Council following his appointment as CEO & VP Baseball Operations for the Atlanta Braves baseball organization. (January 1st, 1990)

  • 1995

    Through his front office role, became a \"World Series\" champion when the Atlanta Braves won the 1995 Woeld Series. Received championship ring the following April. (October 19th, 1995)

  • 1996

    Elected to Georgia State Senate. (November 4th, 1996)

  • 1998

    Resigned his State Senate seat and returned to Edmonton. (November 4th, 1998)

  • 2000

    Was a losing candidate in the race for mayor of Edmonton, Alberta. (October 1st, 2000)

  • 2003

    Almost 13 years to the day he resigned his Edmonton council seat, he defeated 18 other candidates, polling 62% to regain his seat. (May 1st, 2003)

  • 2007

    Did not re-offer in the Edmonton municipal election, officially calling an end to his long career in politics. (May 1st, 2007)