director of a number of healthcare
facilities and advocate for public health.
He leaves behind a proud legacy of a
lifetime devoted to healing, helping
’62 Michael Gordon, MD, 80, died
July 3, 2016 in Boca Raton, Florida.
He served in the Army as a Captain
for two years before returning to Ohio
State to attend a four-year residency
and fellowship in Radiology. He had a
distinguished career as a physician and
partner in X-Ray Associates in Toledo
and practiced at both St. Luke’s and
Mercy Hospitals, where he became
chief of staff.
’64 Jon Hardacre, MD, 78, died Sept.
6, 2016. He completed his residency
in Orthopedic Surgery at St. Luke’s
Hospital in Cleveland and then entered
into private practice, forming Farner and
Hardacre, MD, Inc. He was the original
orthopedic surgeon for the Cleveland
Cavaliers. He remained in private practice
until his retirement in 2000.
’71 Richard Snider, MD, 71, died July 10,
2016. He had a 12-year medical practice
in Maumee, Ohio before starting
his practice in Ahwatukee/Phoenix,
Arizona in 1986. Throughout his 35-year
career, he was on numerous hospital
committees and boards. He loved his
patients and was dedicated to giving
them the best care possible.
MD, 66, died
March 15, 2016.
the University of
Michigan’s University Hospital. He
practiced at Women’s Medical Center
in Fremont, Ohio, from 1978 until he
retired in 2006, delivering many new
babies into the world.
’78 David Charles Baringer, MD, 64,
died Sept. 1, 2016. He trained and
began his surgical career at Mt. Sinai
Medical Center in Cleveland, Ohio
before joining the Cleveland Clinic
Department of General Surgery in 1998
and serving as surgical director at CCF
Strongsville Family Health Center and
Ambulatory Surgery Center.
’83 Daniel Teitelbaum, MD, died
Aug. 17, 2016, in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
After training in General Surgery
and Pediatric Surgery at Ohio State
University Hospital and Columbus
Children’s Hospital, he joined the
University of Michigan faculty.
’99 Christopher Townsend Haughn,
46, died July 5, 2016. A Fellow of the
American College of Surgeons and
an avid fisherman, he enjoyed taking
care of his patients and working with
colleagues at Evansville Surgical
Associates for the past 11 years.
(Res Grad) Jay
81, died Oct. 19,
2016. Dr. Grosfeld
as an outstanding
administrator, innovative scientific
investigator, surgical leader and a
staunch advocate for children. Having
accomplished an illustrious career
in medicine, he received the William
E. Ladd Medal from the American
Academy of Pediatrics, the highest
honor bestowed on a pediatric surgeon