In Memoriam

October 31, 2019

Remembering those who passed away.

Paul Joseph Anderson, MD ’88

Doris Martens Araujo, MD ’51

Gregory Saul Berlin, MD ’74

George F. Buerger Jr., MD ’62

Don B. Cameron, MD ’60, RESD ’63

Paul J. Corso Jr., MD ’69, RESD ’76, BA ’66

Peter L. Crandall, MD ’62

Charles B. Edwards, MD ’64

William H. Ferguson, MD ’53

Nicolae Filipescu, MD ’75, PhD ’64, RESD ’78

Frank Elliott Goldberg, MD, RESD ’75

Donald Harter, MD, Professor Emeritus of Neurology

Edwin R. Hatch, MD, RESD ’57

Talmage Gordon Hiebert, MD ’62, PhD ’56, MA ’54

Ariel Hollinshead Hyun, PhD ’57, MA ’55, Professor Emerita of Pharmacology

Howard S. Jacobs, MD ’78, BS ’75

Donald R. Johnson, MD ’59

Eloise Kailin, MD ’43, BA ’41

Morris E. Krucoff, MD ’42, BS ’37

Francis K. Mainzer, MD ’59

John Oliver Martin, MD ’55

Donald McKay, MD ’61

Hardin E. Olson, MD ’59, RESD ’61, BA ’55

Edgar E. Peltz, MD, RESD ’58

Edward L. Rea, MD ’46, RESD ’51

Annette W. Reda, MD, RESD ’76

Richard B. Rich, MD ’56

Robert P. Saunders, MD ’01

Martin F. Schulman, MD ’76, PhD, RESD ’77

Craig Max Seal, MD ’76

Kenneth Seeman, MD ’62

Tracy Lee Silvey, PA/MPH ’02

Jonathan Earl Skillings, PA ’93

Robert L. Strautz, MD, RESD ’75

William T. Thistlethwaite, MD ’87

William Nicholas Toomy, MD ’63

William Jan Van Veen, MD, RESD ’61

Thomas M. Webster, MD ’64

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