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50 years a family


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Summer 2014 issue (pdf)

Alumni from the class of 1964 celebrated their 50th reunion as inductees into the Medical College of Wisconsin's Golden Circle, as MCW's newest graduate received their diplomas on May 16.

The distinguished alumni participated in the 2014 commencement ceremonies at the Milwaukee Theatre, and were honored for their lifetime dedication to medicine.

John Walsh, Louis Weiland, John Nachazel, Edward Wilkinson and A. Stephen Woo
Fifty years ago, classmates John Walsh, Louis Weiland, John Nachazel, Edward Wilkinson and A. Stephen Woo shared the same table in anatomy class at MCW. All five of them went on to become pathologists.

(Front L-R): Patrick Roe, Vincent Banker, Edward Wilkinson, A. Stephen Woo, Edward Parker, Katherine Trudnowski, Hannah MacGregor, John Hunt, Thomas Roberts, Edward Sabol (Middle L-R): LeRoy Byrd, Andrew Meholic, Louis Weiland, Gerald Dorff, John Blackwood, David Moga, Stuart Adair, James Zellmer, Edward Gallagher (Back L-R): David Tomasini, John Walsh, Rodney Bessolo, John Nachazel, Kent Schaefer, Patrick Golden, James Romer, Wendlin Schaefer

(Front L-R): Patrick Roe, Vincent Banker, Edward Wilkinson, A. Stephen Woo, Edward Parker, Katherine Trudnowski, Hannah MacGregor, John Hunt, Thomas Roberts, Edward Sabol (Middle L-R): LeRoy Byrd, Andrew Meholic, Louis Weiland, Gerald Dorff, John Blackwood, David Moga, Stuart Adair, James Zellmer, Edward
Gallagher
(Back L-R): David Tomasini, John Walsh, Rodney Bessolo, John Nachazel, Kent Schaefer, Patrick Golden, James Romer, Wendlin Schaefer

 

Larry Donohue, MD, ’64What happens when the doctor becomes the patient?

Larry Donohue, MD ’64, went from doctor to patient when he was diagnosed with multiple myeloma in December 1995. He shared how his experience with this life-threatening illness made him a more empathetic physician, in the following article originally published in the King County Medical Society Bulletin.

The Doctor Becomes the Patient

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Title:
Dr. Carl Junkerman
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Eugene M. Bozymski M.D.
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09-05-14  3:38 PM
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Dr. Junkerman exemplified every attribute that one would ever hope for in a physician. I was constantly amazed at his wide ranging knowledge. My interactions with him began in physical diagnosis and continued throughout medical school. His advise and teaching in all fields of medicine and in treating each patient as an individual will serve as a lasting legacy to those that have had the good fortune to have worked with him in any capacity.

Requiescat in pace.

Eugene M.Bozymski MD Marquette U. School of Medicine /Medical College of Wisconsin

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