About me

Rev. Dr. Victor C. Gavino

Professor (retired), Dépt de nutrition, Faculté de médecine, Université de Montréal
Minister of Word and Sacraments (retired), Presbyterian Church in Canada

I am truly, finally, and gladly retired. I look forward to next seasons of life: more time with family; more time to continue projects left idle by necessity; more time to truly master the flight controls of my radio-controlled airplanes. Add to this mix my love of the piano, exploration of cultures/countries not my own, international cuisine, Bible studies with long-time friends, theological studies — there will be no dearth of compelling activities. Most of all, I look forward to much more time spent with my dear Grace, my wife and partner of 40+ years.While still in the workforce and sensing the call to Christian ministry, I entered seminary in 2003 at half-time, finishing a Bachelor of Theology in 2008 and a Master of Divinity the following year. I retired from the Université de Montréal in 2013 after nearly 30 years of health-related research and teaching, and proceeded immediately to church work. Life has been rich and full; I do look forward to still more seasons of life, perhaps even more exciting and fulfilling than ever. I am now free to do what I want, when I want, how much of it I want, purely for the joy of discovery and of service to God and the community.

A brief profile

Victor C. Gavino

Professor (retired), Dépt de nutrition, Faculté de médecine, Université de Montréal
Minister of Word and Sacraments (retired), Presbyterian Church in Canada

I am truly, finally, and gladly retired. I look forward to next seasons of life: more time with family; more time to continue projects left idle by necessity; more time to truly master the flight controls of my radio-controlled airplanes. Add to this mix my love of the piano, exploration of cultures/countries not my own, international cuisine, Bible studies with long-time friends, theological studies — there will be no dearth of compelling activities. Most of all, I look forward to much more time spent with my dear Grace, my wife and partner of 40+ years.

I am truly, finally, and gladly retired. I look forward to next seasons of life: more time with family; more time to continue projects left idle by necessity; more time to truly master the flight controls of my radio-controlled airplanes. Add to this mix my love of the piano, exploration of cultures/countries not my own, international cuisine, Bible studies with long-time friends, theological studies — there will be no dearth of compelling activities. Most of all, I look forward to much more time spent with my dear Grace, my wife and partner of 40+ years.While still in the workforce and sensing the call to Christian ministry, I entered seminary in 2003 at half-time, finishing a Bachelor of Theology in 2008 and a Master of Divinity the following year. I retired from the Université de Montréal in 2013 after nearly 30 years of health-related research and teaching, and proceeded immediately to church work. Life has been rich and full; I do look forward to still more seasons of life, perhaps even more exciting and fulfilling than ever. I am now free to do what I want, when I want, how much of it I want, purely for the joy of discovery and of service to God and the community.