P. E. MacKenzie

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P. E. MacKenzie
Born January 9, 1872
London, Ontario
Died May 1946
Spouse(s) Agnes Strickland Vicars
Parent(s) Philip MacKenzie and Elizabeth Langley

Philip Edward MacKenzie, P. E. MacKenzie (January 9, 1872 – May 1946), joined the firm McCraney & Hutchinson in 1909 as barrister which then became, McCraney, McKenzie and Hutchinson.[1] Mr. P.E. McKenzie was an agent for the Attorney General for the Judicial District of Saskatoon (1911–21).[2] The firm remained McCraney, McKenzie and Hutchinson until 1921, when P.E. MacKenzie became King's Bench Judge at Regina. He held a term of office on the University of Saskatchewan Board of Governors from 1920-1940.[3] He became the third Chancellor of the University of Saskatchewan, and served in this position until his unexpected illness and passing in 1946.[4]

Biography[edit]

P.E. MacKenzie attended Collegiate Institute, London, Ontario. He received his B.A. and LL.B. from the University of Toronto in 1893. He was called to the bar in Ontario as of 1896. He later received an appointment to become the Crown Attorney of Kenora District in Saskatchewan.[5]

Other honours[edit]

The P. E. Mackenzie Entrance Scholarship was set up in his honour.[6]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Adamson, J (January 6, 2003), Saskatchewan Gen Web Project - SASKATCHEWAN AND ITS PEOPLE by JOHN HAWKES Vol 1II 1924, retrieved Sep 8, 2007 
  2. ^ Robertson Stromberg Pedersen (2007), History : The Honourable James Wilfred Estey (1889-1956), retrieved Sep 8, 2007 
  3. ^ University of Saskatchewan Archives (July 10, 2006), Members of the Board of Governors :: University of Saskatchewan Archives, retrieved Sep 8, 2007 
  4. ^ University of Saskatchewan Archives (May 23, 2005), Chancellors - P.E. MacKenzie :: University of Saskatchewan Archives, retrieved Sep 8, 2007 
  5. ^ Adamson, J (July 26, 2005), Pioneers & Prominent People of Saskatchewan: SGW Transcription Project, retrieved Sep 8, 2007 
  6. ^ University of Saskatchewan / Law / General Information / Scholarships, retrieved Sep 8, 2007 
Academic offices
Preceded by
Frederick W. A. G. Haultain
Chancellor of the University of Saskatchewan
1940–1946
Succeeded by
Donald Maclean (judge)
Preceded by
W. J. Bell
Member of the Board of Governors of the University of Saskatchewan
by appointment date

1920–1940
Succeeded by
D. Maclean