Dr. Michael Titchener was born in London, England, and moved to Vancouver with his mother Rita, father Pete, and brother Peter in 1964. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science from UBC and Doctor of Chiropractic from Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College.
Michael was an avid hockey player and continued to play UBC alumni hockey weekly. He was a member of the Canadian Sports Medicine Team and volunteered his time treating rodeo athletes at the Cloverdale Rodeo for over 20 years. Michael was noted for his love of Bouvier des Flandres, birdwatching, swimming, and the outdoors. He is remembered by all for his laughter, dad jokes, and infectious smile. His sense of humour was phenomenal. Mike was a true healer who impacted many lives through his chiropractic work. He was a gentle, kind, humble, and pure-hearted man who selflessly helped others. He will be deeply missed by his family, his friends, his patients, and his community.
Mike is survived by his wife Kathleen, and children Jordan, Kendall, and Kasey, as well as his four grandchildren, Elodie, Charlie, Hugo, and Yale.
Michael’s tireless love and devotion to his family and to healing people were evident to all who were lucky to know him.