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’66 Bohdan “Bo” John Jarem, MD,
74, died January 23, 2015. Bo
practiced medicine in Galveston,
Houston, El Paso and Dallas, as well
as Tucson. He initially specialized in
orthopedics, then anesthesia and
finally in pain management.
’69 William H.
Falor Jr, MD,
71, died January
16, 2015. He
Dr. William S.
in a 36-year association and creation
of Central Coast Head and Neck
Surgeons, providing “ENT” services to
Monterey and San Benito counties.
’89 Phillip D. Price, MD, 51, died
January 11, 2015. He was instrumental
in developing the Mount Carmel
Bariatric Program and became the
program’s first bariatric surgeon and
director. Furthermore, he was the first
in Ohio to perform many advanced
laparoscopic procedures and the first
physician to perform the placement of
a gastric stimulator robotically.
Res Grad William H. Shapiro, MD,
86, died February 2, 2015.
Res Grad James E. Williams, MD, 90,
died January 25, 2015. He practiced
medicine for 43 years, the last 36 years
as a urological surgeon at Grant Hospital
in Columbus, Ohio. He was on the
faculty of the OSU College of Medicine
as a clinical instructor in the Department
of Surgery focusing on urology.
Fellowship Grad Edward Russell
Savolaine, MD, 76, died November
10, 2014. He was a medical professor
at the Medical College of Ohio
in Toledo where he worked and
taught for 23 years, specializing
in cardiovascular, CT, ultrasound
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