In Memoriam

Marvin V. Andersen Jr. (M.D. 1958): 4/28/2021

Dixon L. Bieri, M.D. (Residency 1958 & 1961): 11/29/2020

Duane E. Blickenstaff, M.D. (Residency 1962): 1/22/2021

Donald J. Cady (M.D. 1948): 12/1/2020

Donald J. Carek, M.D. (Residency 1963): 2/6/2021

Daniel K. Christian (M.D. 1960): 1/23/2021

Charles W. Davenport (M.D. 1961, Fellowship & Residency 1966): 3/23/2021

Philip T. Eckstrom (M.D. 1965): 1/5/2021

Geoffrey M. Fleming, M.D. (Fellowship 2007): 12/8/2021

Matthew A. Flemming, M.D. (Fellowship 1999): 11/26/2020

Carol E. Goodman Matheson (M.D. 1953, Residency 1954 & 1957): 1/31/2020

Anne M. Maliszewski Hall, M.D. (Residency 2009): 2/9/2021

John W. Hall (M.D. 1963, Residency 1970): 3/12/2021

Anne E. Hill, M.D. (Residency 1974): 11/16/2020

Russell V. Howard (M.D. 1955, Residency 1958): 11/22/2020

Robert H. Jongeward (M.D. 1980, Residency 1984): 2/3/2021

David C. Kem, M.D. (Residency 1968): 11/22/2020

John L. Kihm (M.D. 1956): 11/24/2020

Dale R. Kollman (M.D. 1956): 3/10/2021

James O. Lawrence (M.D. 1971): 12/12/2020

Clayton L. Lewis (M.D. 1946, Residency 1954): 11/21/2020

M. Haskell Newman, M.D. (Residency 1968): 4/12/2021

Kenneth M. Nowicki (M.D. 1960): 12/25/2020

William C. Nugent, M.D. (Residency 1983): 1/31/2021

Sheila L. Patterson (M.D. 1982): 3/18/2021

James R. Patton, M.D. (Residency 1955): 11/9/2020

Frederick S. Prescott (M.D. 1960): 12/27/2020

Robert E. Reed, M.D. (Residency 1966): 2/11/2021

Stanley R. Robinson (M.D. 1956): 12/13/2020

F. William Rundle, M.D. (Residency 1962): 11/25/2020

Ronald A. Siwik (M.D. 1966): 12/28/2020

Susan F. Smith (M.D. 1976): 1/4/2021

Ward W. Smith Jr. (Ph.D. 1977): 7/5/2020

Edward S. Spilkin (M.D. 1964, Residency 1969): 3/10/2021

Gordon A. Stoney, M.D. (Residency 1964): 1/8/2021

Charles D. Tourtellotte, M.D. (Residency 1960): 12/6/2020

Robert M. Weber (M.D. 1952): 12/31/2020

William J. Williams (M.S. 1966): 12/6/2020

Robert D. Willix, M.D. (Residency 1975): 2/27/2020

John L. Zettelmaier (M.D. 1965): 5/4/2021

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