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Harold Schulman, 55M, has written a new book, Tipping the Scales: Getting Answers on Weight Management (Xlibris.com).
James Shinaberger, 56M, was honored by the National
Kidney Foundation of Southern California at their 22nd annual Gift of
Life Tribute Celebration in 2001. (He directed Emory's kidney center
in 1966.) In 1989, he retired from UCLA School of Medicine and as chief
of the dialysis unit at Wadsworth Veterans Affairs Medical Center.
Douglas D. Glover, 61M, was included in Who's Who in America, 2001. Glover is professor of gynecology and obstetrics at West Virginia University.
Cecil B. Wilson, 57C, 61M, has been elected to the board of trustees of the AMA.
Faith Munford Price, 62M, recently retired after 39 years as a practicing psychiatrist at Baylor University. With her husband, Everett Price, she is now enjoying a mountain-top retirement home in Guffey, Colo.
H. Jack Baskin, 68M, recently was appointed master of the American College of Endocrinology (ACE), awarded to individuals who have demonstrated an exceptional level of leadership and made significant contributions to the field. He serves as president of the board of trustees of ACE. Baskin has a private practice in Orlando and is director of the Florida Thyroid and Endocrine Clinic.
Faith Price, 62M, and Everett Price
Craig M. Nielson, 70M, is medical director of an AIDS clinic in southwest Georgia. In 2000, he represented the Second Congressional District to the State Board of Education. He also has served on the executive committee of the board of visitors for the University of North Carolina's business school and as president of the Albany Emory Club.
Don Sokolik, 71M, was elected president of the Florida Society of Anesthesiologists. Sokolik resides in Weston, where he is an anesthesiologist at Sheridan Healthcorp.
Richard P. Holm, 75M, was named president of the South Dakota State Medical Association in 2001. Holm is on staff at the Brookings Medical Clinic in the department of internal medicine and geriatrics.
Ruth-Marie E. Fincher, 76M, an Augusta internist, has been elected governor of the Georgia chapter of the American College of Physicians. Her responsibilities include planning scientific meetings and credentialing new members, and she also represents Georgia members by serving on the national board of governors.
Simon Braun, 77M, is an interventional radiologist at Carolina Vascular, a new vascular care facility in Asheville, N.C.
Larry A. Sargent, 77M, founder and director of the Tennessee Craniofacial Center, has been elected to the Johns Hopkins University Society of Scholars.
Robert Campbell, 78M, is chief medical officer and cardiac service line director for the Sibley Heart Center at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, recently ranked in the top five pediatric cardiac programs in the nation by Child Magazine. Campbell has been named president-elect of the Greater Atlanta Pediatric Society.
David G. McGowan, 74C, 78M, special assistant for protection of human subjects for the US Navy, was awarded the Ashton Graybiel Award in 2001, recognizing his original research in gravity-induced almost-loss-of-consciousness syndrome (A-LOC)––the first to document A-LOC as a current operational problem in both the Navy and Air Force.
Peter Gordon, 79M, served as president of the Georgia Society of Ophthalmology from 2000 to 2002.
Richard W. King Jr., 75C, 79M, was named a diplomate of the American Board of Preventive Medicine in the newest subspecialty of Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine. He serves as medical director of HYOx Medical Treatment Center and operates the only multiplace hyperbaric chamber in Atlanta and the largest facility of its kind in Georgia.
Richard Holm, 75M
Robert Campbell, 78M
Byron Edward Dunaway, 80M, was elected president of the medical staff at Iredell County Medical Society in Georgia. Dunaway is an orthopedic surgeon in Statesville, where he enjoys spending time with his two daughters, fishing, and camping.
Janet D. Cragan, 81M, was nominated for the Eckerd College Alumni Association Award in 2001, recognizing outstanding alumni whose accomplish-ments demonstrate a clear commitment to serving a larger community.
Ramon O. Parrish Jr., 77C, 81M, has been named as chief of service for the Emory Family Medicine Division at Emory/Dunwoody Medical Center. He is responsible for in-patient teaching, patient care, quality improvement, and performance management.
Miguel A. Faria Jr., 82M, has completed a book, Cuba in Revolution––Escape from a Lost Paradise (Hacienda, April 2002). In August 2002, he published an article about socialized medicine in Cuba at NewsMax.com.
Reid B. Blackwelder, 84M, received the 2002 Outstanding Preceptor of the Year Award from East Tennessee State University (ETSU) College of Medicine. He is residency program director for ETSU Family Physicians of Kingsport and is well known for his work in integrating traditional healing systems in Western allopathic training.
Mark S. Litwin, 85M, associate professor in the departments of urology and health services in the schools of medicine and public health at UCLA, is documenting the impact of urologic diseases on the American public. Supported by a 5-year, $6.9 million grant from the NIH, the study seeks to influence insurance coverage, access to care, the allocation of research dollars, and the availability of treatments and services for urologic cancers.
Born: To Edson G. Brock, 83C, 87M, and Shannon Brock, a daughter, Anna Elizabeth, on March 4, 2002. Brock works at Angel Medical Center in Franklin, N.C.
Born: To Mark Lewis Wulkan, 85C, 89M, and Kristi Wulkan,
a son, Benjamin Isaac, on Oct. 10, 2001.
Born: To Mark Allen Kassels, 90M, and Allison Bennett Kassels, 91M, a third child, Michael Andrew, on July 5, 2001. The family resides in Sheffield, Ala., where Mark has a solo ophthalmology practice, and Allison is a pediatrician.
David Edward Parkus, 90M, was at Los Angeles International Airport in July 2002, when a gunman brandished a gun at an El Al Airlines ticket counter and shot several people. A trauma surgeon in Beaumont, Texas, and a California native, Parkus jumped into action to help the victims, but without medical equipment he was limited to performing CPR and comforting patients until more help arrived. Parkus, who did his clinical training at Grady, is a weightlifter, runner, and snow skier.
Married: James Tunc Someren, 90M, assistant professor of medicine at Emory, to Sharon Graves on Oct. 27, 2001.
Peter Jay Abramson, 91M, has joined the practice at Premier Image and Cosmetic & Laser Surgery in Atlanta. His specialty is facial plastic and reconstructive surgery, and he has board certification by the American Board of Facial Plastic and Recon-structive Surgery and the American Board of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery.
Jonas Goldstein, 91M, is a neurointerventional radiologist at Carolina Vascular, a new vascular care facility in Asheville, N.C.
Married: Anne Lucile Mardis, 91M, of Morgantown, W.V., and Patrick O'Keefe, in September 2000.
Born: To Andrew J. Patterson, 91M, and Jenny Patterson, a daughter, Julia Ann, on Sept. 24, 2001.
Thomas Roland Terrell, 91M, assistant professor of family, preventive, and sports medicine at the University of South Carolina, was among the authors selected by the NCAA to write a national proposal for redevelopment and upgrading of the Injury Surveillance System, which records injury patterns for NCAA athletes. In 1999, Terrell served as a volunteer sports medicine physician at the US Olympic Training Center in Lake Placid, N.Y., and later provided team physician coverage at the Olympic test event in Salt Lake City. He also provided medical coverage during the figure skating and short-track speed-skating competition.
Born: To Bruce Harris Kraut, 92M, and Lisa Kraut, a son, Alexander Ian, on Dec. 11, 2001. Kraut practices pediatrics full-time and teaches as an adjunct professor of classics at the University of Florida.
Born: To Lora Gunn, 93M, and Alan C. Jarvis, a son, Adan Keir, on June 19, 2002. She continues to work part-time in her private practice.
Scott Douglas Isaacs, 93M, an internist and endocrinologist, is medical director for Intelligent Health Center, a health and wellness center in Atlanta. He has been elected a fellow of the American College of Physicians' American Society of Internal Medicine. He recently completed a book, Hormonal Balance: Understanding Hormones, Weight, and Your Metabolism (Bull Publishing, 2002), which explains the role of hormones in diet.
Peter G. Mangone, 93M, is a foot and ankle surgeon at Blue Ridge Bone & Joint in Asheville, N.C.
Virginia Ann Ward, 93M, is in private practice in plastic and reconstructive surgery in St. Petersburg, Fla.
Robert Klinghoffer Wenger, 93M, has been named co-director of the Center for Bloodless Medicine and Surgery at JFK Medical Center in Atlantis, Fla. The program emphasizes blood conservation techniques to provide care to those with religious objections to blood transfusion as well as to all patients who wish to avoid transfusion for other reasons.
Born: To Laureen Laughnan Benafield, 90C, 94M, and R. Bryan Benafield, a son, Robert Bryan, on April 26, 2002.
Born: To Leemore McNamara Burke, 94M, and Alan J.C. Burke, a son, Alaister Daniel Castleton, on Feb. 18, 2002. They also have a daughter, Madeleine Emily Napier, born in 1998.
During his internal medicine residency at Emory, Andrew B. Chung, 94M, began a website that offers medical advice over the Internet. Today, he continues to answer cyber medical inquiries, now numbering in the thousands at heartmdphd.com. He has completed a cardiology fellowship and is launching a private practice.
Born: To Eric Joseph Crall, 94M, and Kara Joyce Crall, their third child, Emma Joyce, on Feb. 6, 2002.
Melisa Kay Estes, 90C, 94M, is the first physiatrist and female physician with the 14-member Palm Beach Orthopaedic Institute. Her practice specializes in musculoskeletal care, nonoperative spine care, and spasticity management.
Kevin Dougal McBryde, 94M, and Kathleen Crowley McBryde, announce the adoption of a son, Anthony Robert, born March 21, 2001. Kevin McBryde received an Individual National Research Service Award from the NIH for his research on the detection of podocyturia using RT-QPCR technology. He finished his fellowship in pediatric nephrology at the University of Michigan in 2002 and joined the division of pediatric nephrology at Children's National Medical Center in Washington, D.C.
Born: To Susan Ellen McWhirter, 94M, and William Roy McWhirter Jr., 95M, of Columbus, Ga., a daughter, Sophia Catherine Caleysis, on July 16, 2001.
Married: Craig Alan Richman, 94M, and Kelly Holtzman, 93B, on June 30, 2002.
Born: To Jamehl Demons Shegog, 94M, and Don Shegog, a son, Daniel Thomas, on Oct. 20, 2001.
Vinod Thourani, 94M, is working on a cardiothoracic fellowship at Emory, which he plans to complete in 2005.
Born: To Thomas Arthur Upshaw, 94M, and Jana K. E. Upshaw, 95M, of Charleston, S.C., a daughter, Helena Grace, on April 15, 2000.
Born: To Mark Wyers, 94M, and his wife, Beth, a daughter, Kaleigh, on March 17, 2001. Wyers has completed general surgery residency training in Boston and begun a fellowship in vascular surgery at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center.
Married: Shamiram Ruth Feinglass, 95M, and Gregory Jeffries on April 28, 2001.
Married: Jayde Eric Kurland, 95M, and Emily Levenson, on Aug. 26, 2001.
Born: To Nicole Marie Luecke, 95M, and her husband, Chris Selley, a second child, Alexander Christopher, on June 3, 2001. The family resides in Annapolis, Md., where Luecke is in private practice as a gynecologist and obstetrician.
Born: To Linda Jaehne Winders, 91C, 95M, and Kevin Winders, a daughter, Elizabeth Anne, on May 17, 2001.
All in the family: Sondralyn McCard Fackler, 96M, who completed residencies in psychiatry at Emory and Case Western, has affiliated her private practice with that of her father, Ray McCard, 56C, in Macon. Sondralyn's husband, Keith Fackler, who completed a residency in internal medicine at Emory, also is in private practice at the Central Georgia Center for Digestive Health. He is the grandson of William Fackler, 44M.
Shahzad Ihsan Mian, 91C, 96M, has joined the cornea and external disease and cataract and refractive surgery service at the University of Michigan's Kellogg Eye Center, where he specializes in the medical and surgical management of corneal disorders and refractive surgery. In addition to his clinical work, he holds a faculty position in the Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences at the University of Michigan Health System.
Born: To Brent Robert Moody, 96M, and Shelby Miller Moody, their second daughter, Julia Catherine, on Feb. 23, 2002.
Erin Rubin Ochoa, 90C, 96M, is engaged in gastrointestinal and hepatic pathology and hepatic research at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, N.Y.
Born: To Eric L. Bayer, 97M, a son, Brian Seymour, on Feb. 6, 2001. Bayer is a pediatrician in private practice in Canandaigua, N.Y.
Randolph B. Capone Jr., 97M, completed a residency in Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery at Johns Hopkins and is currently a fellow in facial plastic surgery at UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento, Calif.
Born: To Laura Miller Dovan, 93C, 97M, and Thomas T. Dovan, 97M, a daughter, Katherine Rose, on May 11, 2002. Thomas completed his five-year orthopedic residency at Vanderbilt in 2002 and began a one-year hand fellowship at Washington University in St. Louis in August of that year.
Married: Eugenia V. Jacobs, 97M, and Joseph Turner Hathorn Jr. on Oct. 5, 2002.
Married: Marcia Leonor Parra, 97M, and Walter D. Kucaba, of Spartanburg, S.C., on Jan. 20, 2001. The couple resides in Beaufort.
Married: Sofia Sadia, 97M, and Nathan Cooperman on July 7, 2002. She is a neuroradiology fellow at Cornell Medical Center.
Born: To George Frank Dobo, 94C, 98M, and Michelle Moye Dobo, 93C, a daughter, Allison Elizabeth, on Dec. 17, 2001. Dobo is a dermatologist in Marietta, Ga.
Born: To Christopher Lawrence Haupert, 98M, and Wendy Haupert, a daughter, Melanie Louise, on April 6, 2002.
Born: To Joshua Jakum, 98M, and Erin Brand Jakum, 97P, a son Ethan William, on November 16, 2000. Jakum is in a private pediatrics practice in Goldsboro, N.C., along with Carey Ziemer, 83M.
Married: Zanice Muckler, 98M, and David Hays, 94C, 98M, on July 13, 2001. Both are practicing in Portland, Ore., after finishing residencies––Zanice in internal medicine at University of Calfornia–San Francisco and David as chief resident in family medicine at Oregon Health Sciences University.
Born: To Keith Tyler Rott, 88C, 98M, and Kimberly Morris Rott, a son, Matthew Keith, on April 17, 2002.
Born: To Alexis Cherie Weil, 98M, and husband, Bradley L. Laesch, a daughter, Lily, on Jan. 8, 2001. The family resides in Seattle, where Weil is completing an internal medicine fellowship.
David B. Montgomery, 99M, worked as "Doctor of the Day" for Georgia's legislature and governor during the 2002 session.
Ajay Pancholy, 95C, 99M, is a diagnostic radiology resident at Medical College of Georgia.
Married: Sapna Parikh, 95C, 99M, and Sunil Kripalani on Nov. 24, 2001.
Marisa Ani Rogers, 99M, 98P, married Eston Griffin III on May 19, 2001, near Philadelphia.
Born: To Cindy Buckner Starke, 98G, 99M, and Stephen Wyatt Starke, a daughter, Jessica Marie, on May 21, 2002.
James Russell Strader Jr., 99M, is pursuing a cardiology fellowship at the University of Texas in San Antonio.
Married: Jennifer Swaringen, 99M, of Ann Arbor, Mich.,
married Bryan Smith in Atlanta on May 19, 2001. She is currently an
orthopedic surgery resident at the University of Michigan.
Andrew Chung, 94M
Helena Grace, daughter of Thomas and Jana Upshaw, 94M and 95M
Shamiram Feinglass, 95M, and Gregory Jeffries
Married: Malcolm MacDougall Traxler Jr., 00M, and Susan Grant Traxler, 01M, on November 10, 2001.
George L. Walker Jr., 23C, 28M, of Atlanta, on Feb. 19, 2002, at age 100. Walker was a member of the house staff in the Department of Medicine at Emory affiliated hospitals from 1926–28, and he practiced internal medicine in Griffin, Ga., from 1934–74. An avid golfer, he lived alone until age 98. He was the brother of Exum Walker, 30M.
Philip H. Livingston, 26C, 29M, of Chattanooga, Tenn.,
on Jan. 2, 2002, at age 96. He is survived by his son, Richard.
Exum B. Walker, 30M, of Atlanta, on Feb. 20, 2001,
at age 93. He was a retired neurosurgeon, who practiced at Crawford
Long and Northside hospitals in Atlanta. He also served as clinical
professor of neurosurgery at Emory and was professor emeritus at Cornell,
Yale, Columbia, and McGill universities.
L. Render Braswell, 32M, of Atlanta, on May 21, 2001,
at age 93. A native of Adrian, Ga., Braswell became interested in medicine
working in his stepfather's pharmacy in Covington, and he earned a pharmacy
degree from the University of Georgia in 1925.
Marion William Hester, 35M, of Lakeland, Fla., on
May 17, 2002. He died of pneumonia at age 90.
Clarence Scheinbaum, 34C, 36M, of Atlanta, on October 21, 2001, at age 91. He was a family practitioner for more than 50 years. Scheinbaum is survived by his wife of 64 years, Helen, a daughter, a son, and three grandsons.
Hugh A. Carithers, 37M, of Jacksonville, Fla., on Aug. 15, 2001, at age 88. He was a retired pediatrician and is survived by his wife, Cornelia, one son, and two daughters.
James A. Green Jr., 37M, of Athens, Ga., on Dec. 25, 2000, at age 90. Green was retired from Athens General Regional and St. Mary's hospitals, where he practiced surgery for 22 years. He is survived by his wife, Helen, two sons, and one daughter.
John W. Allgood Jr., 35C, 38M, of Greensboro, N.C., on Oct. 27, 2001.
Henry Bradford Morris, 38M, a native of Maysville,
Ga., died on July 12, 2002, in Birmingham, Ala., at the age of 92.
Claude T. Prevost, 39M, of Anderson, S.C., on Sept. 20, 2001. A retired internist, he is survived by his wife, Kathryn.
Henry Bradford Morris, 38M
J. Harry Duncan, 38C, 41M, of Savannah, Ga., on April 10, 2001. He is survived by his wife, Mary.
Jesse Lee Walker, 34C, 41M, of La Follette, Tenn.,
on Nov. 3, 2002. An Emory Medal recipient, Walker served in the US Army
Medical Corps as a battalion surgeon and Captain from 1942–52,
after completing his medical degree. From 1952–70, he continued
to serve in the US Air Force Reserve.
Russell V. Douglas, 39C, 42M, of Orlando, Fla., on Oct. 28, 2002. He was a member of the surgical house staff at Emory Affiliated hospitals from 1941–46. He is survived by his wife, Frances, one son, and one daughter.
Dean W. Geheber, 41C, 43M, of Baton Rouge, La., on Dec. 31, 2001. He is survived by his wife, Elizabeth, 45N, and a daughter, Carol Allen, 70C.
W. Upton Clary, 42C, 44M, of Savannah, Ga., on May 25, 2001. Before retirement, he was the senior member of one of the largest neurosurgical and neurological teams in the South. He received the Southern Neurosurgical Society's Distinguished Practitioner Award in 1989. He is survived by his wife, Ruth, and two children.
Count Dillon Gibson Jr., 42C, 44M, of West Hartford,
Conn., on July 23, 2002, of a stroke. He was 81.
Barton Allan McCrum, 44M, of Gainesville, Ga., on
Oct. 6, 2001, of colon cancer, at age 82. In 1949, he became Gainesville's
first OB-GYN. At the time, Gainesville's two private hospitals would
not allow him to perform surgery, so he operated in loaned space and
treated his surgical patients in Buford until the public hospital opened
in Gainesville in 1951.
James Addison Winslow Jr., 42C, 44M, of Tampa, Fla., on Feb. 19, 2002. Born in Cuthbert, Ga., he practiced as a cardiologist in Tampa for 45 years. He is survived by his wife, Anne, and two daughters, Lu Anne Schwarz, 75G, and Jan Smith.
Malcolm Dexter Clayton Jr., 45M, of Valrico, Fla., on July 11, 2001, at age 79. He practiced internal medicine in Florida along with his son, M.D. Clayton III, until retirement in 1995. His father, M.D. Clayton Sr., was an Emory graduate, as were his survivors: a wife, Dorothy, and two sons.
Augustus Cullen Richardson, 43C, 45M, of Atlanta,
on Oct. 24, 2001, at age 78. A practicing OB-GYN in Atlanta for 50 years
and a national leader in gynecologic surgery, he was a clinical professor
emeritus at Emory at the time of his death.
John E. Taylor Jr., 43C, 45M, of Atlanta, on Nov.
12, 2002, of a stroke. A Navy veteran who served from 1945–1946,
he began his pediatrics practice in Decatur, Ga., in 1951, and he practiced
for more than 50 years with Decatur Pediatric Group. In the early years
of his practice, he would make house calls in the evening, taking his
four young sons along.
William R. Moore, 45C, 47M, of Lake City, Fla., on Sept. 21, 2000. A retired VA Medical Center surgeon, he is survived by his wife and two daughters.
Charles Edward Todd, 47M, of Atlanta, on July 24,
2001, at age 78.
Clarence Hamilton Farrar, 48M, of Knoxville, Tenn., on Mar. 6, 2002. He is survived by a son and daughter.
Leonard Thomas Maholick, 48M, of Cumming, Ga., on
Oct. 2, 2001, at age 80 of lymphoma. A native of Pennsylvania, he studied
at the Jung Institute in Zurich and at the University of Vienna under
renowned psychiatrist and Nazi death camp survivor Viktor Frankl. He
completed a psychiatric residency at Emory. In Georgia, he worked in
Augusta and Savannah and founded the Bradley Center in Columbus, which
he headed for 18 years.
Richard H. Schulz, 48M, of Marianna, Fla., on Oct.
18, 2002, of kidney failure. He was a captain in the Army Medical Corps
during the Korean War.
Harold C. Steele, 47C, 48M, 52G, of Huntsville, Ala., on July 16, 2001. He is survived by his wife, Glenn.
C. Gibson Hooten, 49M, of Belleair, Fla., on Dec.
24, 2000, at age 79.
Jack W. Hollingsworth, 51M, on May 4, 1999, of cancer. He practiced family medicine for 38 years in Meadville, Miss. He is survived by his wife, Colleen, and four children.
William R. Howard, 48C, 51M, of Milledgeville, Ga., on Jan. 4, 1999. A retired dermatologist, he is survived by his wife, Louise.
Henry C. Johnson Jr., 51M, of Atlanta, on April 29,
2002, of cancer. He was 74.
Robert James Lowden, 51M, of Atlington, Wash., on June 11, 2002, after a brief illness with leukemia. He retired after 39 years of practicing obstetrics and gynecology. He is survived by his wife, Jeanette, and two sons.
Joseph T. Melton, 51M, of Kingwood, Tex., on Aug. 1, 1999. He was a member of the medical house staff at Emory from 1951–1954 and practiced as a cardiologist. He is survived by his wife, Mabel.
J. Trimble Johnson, 48C, 52M, of Atlanta, on May 21, 2001. A retired pediatrician, he is survived by his wife, Martha.
Charles Calloway Stewart, 49C, 52M, of Donalsonville, Ga., on Dec. 8, 2001. A general practitioner from 1957–92, he is survived by his wife, Miriam, and four children.
John T. Yauger, 52M, of Atlanta, on Aug. 26, 2001,
of respiratory failure. He was 74. A native of Charleston, W.Va., he
lived most of his adult life in Atlanta, where he practiced internal
medicine from 1956–1992.
Arthur C. Beall Jr., 50 C, 53M, of Houston, Tex.,
on Dec. 8, 2002. A native of Atlanta, he completed a surgical internship
at Barnes Hospital in St. Louis and a residency at Baylor College of
Medicine. He served for two years in the US Navy, before joining Baylor's
David S. Hubbard, 48C, 53M, of Atlanta, on July 5, 2002, from complications of colon and liver cancer. He was born in Brazil in 1925 to Methodist missionaries, Reverend Clement E. Hubbard, 16C, 8T, and Patience Hubbard. He served in WWII before attending medical school at Emory and completing a pathology residency. He is survived by his wife, Virginia, two sons, two daughters, seven grandchildren, and two sisters.
James M. Major, 50C, 53M, of Pensacola, Fla., on July 11, 2001, at age 74. He was a retired physician who worked for the Monsanto Company, and he is survived by his wife, Harriet L. Major.
Thomas P. Malone, 53M, of Roswell, Ga., on Dec. 5, 2000. He is survived by his wife, Virginia, 53M.
V. Leon Carter, Jr., 50C, 54M, of Decatur, Ga., on July 26, 2001, at age 71. Carter, an Air Force veteran, was a practicing physician at DeKalb Medical Center for 32 years. Survivors include his wife, Anne, two sons, one daughter, five grandchildren, and a sister.
George M. Grimball, 54M, of Greenville, S.C., on Mar.
20, 2000, at age 74.
Carroll W. Traylor, 54M, of Calvert City, Ky., on Nov. 27, 2001. He is survived by his wife, Martha, and five children.
Andrew J. Causey, 56M, of Statesville, N.C., on May 13, 2001. A retired ophthalmologist, he is survived by his wife, Willie, and a daughter.
Thomas M. Geer, 52C, 56M, of Disputanta, Va., on Mar.
5, 2002. After graduating from Emory, he was appointed as first lieutenant
in the Army Medical Corps, and he completed an internship at Madigan
Army Hospital in Tacoma, Wash., and a residency in general surgery at
Tripler Army Medical Center in Honolulu.
William E. Holladay, 57M, of Marietta, Ga., on May 17, 2001.
Steven E. Jordan, 57M, a retired family practice physician, of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., on May 5, 2002.
Maurice S. Goldman Jr., 58M, of Cleveland, Tenn., on Feb. 15, 1998. He completed a residency in internal medicine at Emory in 1959, followed by a residency in 1960 at the VA Hospital. He is survived by his wife, Virginia, 54N.
Randall Jenkins, 55C, 58M, of Inverness, Fla., on
Aug. 27, 2001. He is survived by his wife, Claire, two sons, and a daughter.
William R. Howard, 51M
John T. Yauger, 52M
George Pierce Ezzard, 61M, of Lawrenceville, Ga., on Nov. 19, 2002. He and his late father, W.P. Ezzard, practiced medicine in Lawrenceville for a combined 97 years. One of the founding physicians of the Gwinnett Hospital System, he was a member of the AMA, the Southern Medical Association, and the Lawrenceville First United Methodist Church. He is survived by his wife, Polly Ann, three daughters, five grandchildren, and three sisters.
Boone B. Owen Jr., 61M, of Grayson, Ga., on Oct. 28, 2001. A native of Orangeburg, S.C., he completed a fellowship in child psychiatry at Emory. He was a captain in the Air Force, and from 1967–1993, he had a private practice in psychiatry and psychoanalysis in Atlanta. He was a member of the AMA, American Psychiatric Association, American Academy of Psychiatry and Neurology, and the American Psychoanalytic Association. He is survived by a daughter, son, brother, sister, three grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren.
William Jesse Lee, 59C, 64M, 64G, of Clayton, Ga., on May 7, 2002. He is survived by his daughter, Laurie Lee Buschini, 98N.
Saul Silverman, 63C, 67M, of Klamath Falls, Ore.,
on May 19, 2001, at age 59. Silverman died in a single-vehicle motorcycle
accident near his home.
Katherine Pratt Garrison, 68C, 72M, of Louisville, Ky., on April 28, 2002. She is survived by her husband, Neal, 72M, and son, Richard, 95C.
James Gillum Burke, 73M, of Mount Airy, N.C., on June 20, 2002. He is survived by his wife, Carol.
John D. Slade, 74M, of Skillman, N.J., on January
29, 2002. He was 52.
Edward Clinton Gardner Jr., 73C, 77M, of Athens,
Ga., on Jan. 5, 2002. His sudden and unexpected death occurred at age
Claud Timmons Hackney, 71C, 74M, of Sullivans Island, S.C., on June 9, 2001. An internist, he is survived by his wife, Jody, and a daughter.
Garet Keith Piling, 88C, 92M, of Mt. Laurel, N.J., on Nov. 28, 2001, at age 35 of pancreatic cancer. He was an interventional radiologist, having completed his radiology residency at Beth Israel Medical Center in Newark. He is survived by his wife, Jennifer Kraus, 92M, and two sons.
Williams Campbell Tietjen, 99M, of Plains, Ga., on
July 17, 2001. While at Emory, he was a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha
Medical Society and a Woodruff Fellow. He volunteered with Habitat for
Humanity, and his hobbies included whitewater kayaking, rock climbing,
Robert Carl Schlant, a faculty member in cardiology
for more than 40 years, died of cancer on Dec. 12, 2002, at age 73.
He will be remembered at Emory not only for many accomplishments but
also for his kindness, compassion, and integrity.
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