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THE NEW JERSEY CHAPTER AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS HAS CREATED THIS PAGE TO HONOR THE MEMBERS THAT HAVE PASSED AND RECOGNIZE THE ACCOMPLISHMENTS THEY HAVE MADE TO OUR PROFESSION AND ASSOCIATION.
WE THANK THEM FOR THE DEVOTION THEY HAD SHOWN.

Andrea Donelan
Executive Director







Kenneth W. Mahan, MD., FACS
8/21/16



David E. Eisenbud, MD, FACS
1954-2015

Hector Giancarlo, MD., FACS
1931-2015

Isaac Gielchinsky, MD., FACS
1934-2015

Bertram Levinstone, MD., FACS
1921-2015

Robby Meijer, M.D., FACS
1931-2015

Roy A. Morrow, MD., FACS
1921-2015

Sheldon Schoen, M.D., FACS
1929-2015

Richard Raffman, MD, FACS
1924-2013

William C. Rainer, MD., FACS
1931-2015
Chapter Past President
1993-1994

Errol Warner, M.D.,FACS
1938-2015

George A. Zazanis, MD., FACS
1956-2015



Ogden B. Carter, M.D., FACS
1920-2014

Humbert M.Gambacorta, M.D., FACS
1926-2014

Jack Grundfest, M.D., FACS
1917-2014

Frank T. Padberg, SR., M.D., FACS
1918-2014
Father of Frank T. Padberg, Jr., M.D., FACS

Kenneth G. Swan, M.D., FACS
1934-2014

Eugene Principato, M.D., FACS
1921-2014



Douglas A. Chalmers, M.D.,FACS
1934-2013

Henry Davidson, JR., M.D., FACS
1961-2013

John J. Dudasik, M.D., FACS
1921-2013

Herbert F. Hein, M.D., FACS
1938-2013

Stanley Hollander, M.D., FACS
1931-2013

Earl Kanter, M.D.,FACS
1921-2013

Aristotle P. Lekacos, M.D., FACS
1948-2013

Hyman Levine, M.D., FACS
1916-2013

Horace D. Marucci, M.D., FACS
1917-2013

Frederick L. Perl, M.D., FACS
1927-2013


Robert L. Wegryn, M.D., FACS
1937-2013

Benjamin F. Rush, JR., M.D., FACS
1924-2013



Louis Grella, M.D., FACS
1958-2012

Robert M. Jerez, M.D., FACS
1930-2012



Robert M. Cunningham, M.D., FACS
1922-2011

Bruno Manno, MD., FACS
10/14/11



Joseph W. Bitsack, MD, FACS
1918-2010

Joseph J. Seebode, M.D., FACS
1929-2010


William Duffy, MD., FACS 1921-2008

With much sadness we announce the passing of Arthur Ellenberger. Arthur passed away at home tuesday morning. As you know, Arthur was the Executive Director of our Chapter for over 50 years retiring in December 2008.


The arrangements are as follows:
Viewing:
Friday, July 31 - 4:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m
Caggiano Memorial Home for Funerals
62 Grove Street, Montclair
(973) 744-6667

Cremation Private. As per Arthur's wishes, his ashes will be scattered along the Jersey shore.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the New Jersey Chapter
ACS Scholarship Fund,
36 Elm Street
Suite #5
Morristown, NJ 07960.

For information on sending condolences, contact the Chapter office.

Andrea
(973) 539-4000
FAX: (973) 539-9493
E-mail:njsurgeons@aol.com





STEPHEN F. LOWRY, M.D.
1947-2011
NJ, ACS COUNCIL MEMBER


With the passing of Dr. Stephen Lowry, we have all lost a
true friend and devoted colleague.
Dr. Lowry’s professional achievements reflect the truly
stellar surgeon, researcher and devoted teacher he had become.
There are few surgeons who have been recognized for their
achievements to the same degree as Steve. He was known
internationally as a leading authority in surgical and tumor
metabolism, a complex field which he had mastered over four
decades.
Steve’s phenomenal research prowess was known to many
of us in New Jersey. The author of 225 separate published
research papers, and 109 book chapters, countless letters and
editorials in dozens of journals, all produced over the short span of 35 years, the topics that he came to understand so well
demonstrated a depth and breadth of research interest and novel experimentation that spoke volumes for the upgraded role of the modern surgeon-researcher. His investigations into cancer cachexia and the basic metabolism of tumors and sepsis, have served as the building blocks for dozens of medications that will empower the next generation of surgical scientists. More than anything else, Steve proved that surgeons could not only care for the patient, but could provide the basic understanding of why that patient was sick.

Dr. Lowry has been a Councilor for the New Jersey
Chapter for the past three years.
I have known Steve since 1977, and he never allowed any of his success, or the size of his c.v., the titles he had justifiably earned, or the international reputation that he so deserved, to change the humble, devoted surgeon, husband, father and friend to us all, that he had become. We will sorely miss our esteemed colleague, we will miss his kind demeanor, and his respectful counsel, but we will never forget his devotion and contributions to science, mankind and the care of the patient with cancer.
Arnold M. Baskies, MD, FACS