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Joseph Albert Sullivan

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Joseph Albert Taylor Sullivan (January 8, 1901 – September 30, 1988) was a Canadian Olympic ice hockey player, physician, surgeon, and Canadian senator. Born in Toronto, Ontario, he graduated from the University of Toronto Schools. In 1926, he earned his medical degree from the University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine. While studying, he was the goaltender for the Toronto Varsity Blues hockey team. A team of graduates from the Blues represented Canada at the 1928 Winter Olympics in St. Moritz, where the team won the Gold Medal, with Sullivan not allowing a goal in the three-game round-robin. His brother, Frank, was also on the team. In 1930, he started his medical practice, specializing in otolaryngology. During World War II, he served as a consultant in otolaryngology with the honorary rank of wing commander in the Royal Canadian Air Force. After the war, he became an associate professor at the University of Toronto. One of his patients was the Prime Minister of Canada, John
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