Lynn A. Bernard Sr., FACP, Houston; University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, 1944; died June 18, 2000, age 80.
Karen S. Black, FACP, San Antonio; Texas A&M University College of Medicine, 1986; died July 1, 2000, age 40.
Julian W. Buser, FACP, Belleville, Ill.; Medical College of Wisconsin, 1943; died May 31, 2000, age 83.
Henry P. Close, FACP, Strafford, Pa.; University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1937; died May 30, 2000, age 89.
Ralph E. Cole, ACP-ASIM Member, Greenville, R.I.; Tufts University School of Medicine, 1936; died June 2, 2000, age 88.
Alexander Gotz, FACP, Ann Arbor, Mich.; University of Pisa Faculty of Medicine, 1939; died June 29, 2000, age 86.
Gregory Q. Hennenfent, ACP-ASIM Member, Bismarck, N.D.; University of North Dakota School of Medicine, 1977; died July 1, 2000, age 49.
Samuel C. Jefferson, FACP, Kerrville, Texas; University of Michigan Medical School, 1953; died June 14, 2000, age 71.
William B. McIntyre, FACP, Grosse Pointe Farm, Mich.; Wayne State University School of Medicine, 1939; died July 1, 2000, age 86.
Richard D. Murray, FACP, Uniontown, Ohio; Ohio State University College of Medicine, 1978; died June 10, 2000, age 47.
Charles E. Porter, FACP, Birmingham, Ala.; University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, 1943; died May 25, 2000, age 82.
Hossein A. Shushtari, ACP-ASIM Member, East Greenwich, R.I.; University of Teheran, Pahlavi Medical School, 1948; died June 8, 2000, age 81.
Rhonda E. Stoll, ACP-ASIM Member, La Jolla, Calif.; Northeastern Ohio University College of Medicine, 1992; died June 15, 2000, age 38.
Robert S. Wilkes, FACP, Novato, Calif.; University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, 1960; died June 20, 2000, age 65.
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