Donation Page in Memory of Dr. Brett Kilb

Brett Kilb passed away in September, 2016 jogging with his wife while conducting medical research in Barcelona. Brett’s wife Jessica, his parents Bonnie MacRae-Kilb & Brad Kilb, & brother Justin are all alumni of the U of C. Brett was a Chancellor Scholar at the University of Calgary, receiving degrees in Kinesiology and Medicine. Brett continued his scholarly research as he received a Master’s Degree from the Harvard School of Public Health. Brett’s insatiable desire to ‘be the best that he could be’ resulted in him achieving the status of twice being a finalist for the Rhodes scholarship.   Outside of the classroom, Brett also received Dino athletic scholarships for both volleyball & golf, as well as enjoyed banging away in the percussion section of the Symphonic Band.  
1987-2016
The Brett Kilb Memorial Fund is being established at the University of Calgary within the Cumming School of Medicine. This memorial fund will ensure Brett’s legacy of caring, compassion and enquiry will live on in perpetuity. 

In the words of one of Brett’s mentors: “I have mentored resident students on 3 continents, & Brett was unquestionably the top resident I ever worked with”.


Thank you for your support!

For questions about making a donation, please contact Andrea Ostergard with the Cumming School of Medicine at 403-220-2695 or andrea.ostergard@ucalgary.ca.

Gifts received to support this fund may be directed to either an endowed or non-endowed initiative.

 

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Gifts received to support these areas may be directed to either endowed or non-endowed initiatives depending on the greatest need.