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SickKids lose four of top executives

At least four top officials of Toronto’s SickKids Foundation have leftthe charity — including the highly paid president — creating aleadership gulf the agency says it hopes to fill as soon as possible.

At least four top officials of Toronto’s SickKids Foundation have left the charity — including the highly paid president — creating a leadership gulf the agency says it hopes to fill as soon as possible.

Michael O’Mahoney, an American who was hired as foundation president five years ago, will attend divinity school to pursue his goal of becoming a deacon in the Roman Catholic Church, board chair Patsy Anderson said yesterday. He will continue to live in Canada and stay on as a paid consultant of the foundation.

Meanwhile, at least three other senior officials have left the well-known Toronto charity in recent months, but though Anderson said some departures were surprising she denied any problems.

 
 
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