In Memoriam: Summer 2020

July 31, 2020
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1940s

John G. Lane Jr., MD ’49 Jack P. Segal, MD ’48, BS ’44 William Webb Zeller, MD ’44, BA ’42

 

1950s

Julius Ludwig Bedynek, MD ’57 Milton A. Boyd, MD ’54 S. Jim Farha, MD ’57
William B. Glew, MD ’53 Dorothy C. Holzworth, MD ’50 George Liss, MD ’58, BA ’55
William S. Lyons, MD ’51, BA ’49 Thomas L. Morrison, MD ’55 Jurgen F. Piper, MD ’59
Donald W. Richman, MD ’56 E. Allan Speidell, MD ’59 Thomas T. Tang, MD ’58, PhD ’54, MS ’51
Eugene F. Taylor Jr., MD ’59 Malcolm S. Van de Water, MD ’51, BA ’51, AA ’47 Morton B. Waldman, MD ’58
Robert E. Williams, MD ’56, RESD ’58 Paul T. Yoder, MD ’55 Robert L. Zahn, MD ’57
R. Charles Ziehl, MD ’57, BS ’52, AA ’51

 

1960s

Mason Barr Jr., MD ’61 Terry Mackley Buxton, MD ’62 Paul Hartman D’Amato, MD ’69, RESD ’76
Richard S. Carvalho, MD ’64 Norman J. Knorr, MD ’61 Robert T. Levine, MD ’68, BA ’65
Thomas F. Minas, MD ’63 Robert H. Morrell, MD ’62 Richard R. Ober, MD ’68
William R. Roush, MD ’66 Stephen W. Rozan, MD ’60 James T. Shaw, MD ’63
Carlos A. Silva, MD ’60, RESD ’66 Ronald E. Smith, MD ’66

 

1970s

Philip S. Kline Jr., MD ’71 Alan Wayne Smith, MD ’74 Arthur L. Soben, MD ’73
Steven Charles Strauss, MD ’78 Robert S. Viener, MD ’71, RESD ’76

 

1980s

Nancy R. Lowitt, MD ’87, EdM John Thomas Noga, MD ’87 Mark W. Reininga, MD ’81

 

1990s

Barry Harvey Hellman, MD ’90

 

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