Montegu Black

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George Montegu Black III (August 6, 1940 in Winnipeg, Manitoba – January 10, 2002 in Toronto, Ontario) was the older brother of media baron Conrad Black and son of Winnipeg, Manitoba businessman George Montegu Black II.

He along with his brother Conrad, attended Toronto's elite Upper Canada College. In grade 10 he transferred to Trinity College School in Port Hope, Ont. from which he matriculated in 1959. Monte was an accomplished athlete and played significant roles in the sports life of the school. His leadership role as head prefect of Bethune House was a harbinger of things to come. He then attended Huron College at the UWO in London, Ontario. His career path included corporate partnerships with brother Conrad and then in the investment industry with Draper Dobie and Dominion Securities.

With brother Conrad, they once controlled Hollinger Inc. along with David Radler. He was also a director of the Toronto-Dominion Bank and the HSC Foundation.

Married in 1964 to Mariellen Jean Campbell. They have three daughters, Tracey Jean, Alannah Christian, and Meredith Shannon, and one son, George Montegu IV. They were divorced in 1986, and Montegu subsequently married June Kemsley Doull in March, 1989.

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