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Robert F. Ackerman, FACP, Memphis, Tenn.; University of Tennessee, Memphis, College of Medicine, 1943; died Jan. 14, 2001, age 81.

Carroll D. Cabaniss, FACP, Asheville, N.C.; Medical College of Georgia School of Medicine, 1955; died Jan. 3, 2001, age 70.

George A. Edwards, FACP, Dallas; University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, 1950; died June 2, 2001, age 84.

Gerald Friedman, ACP-ASIM Member, Brooklyn, N.Y.; SUNY Health Sciences Center at Brooklyn, College of Medicine, 1987; died June 26, 2001, age 38.

William F. Heslin, ACP-ASIM Member, Hooksett, N.H.; University of Glasgow Faculty of Medicine, 1949; died April 21, 2001, age 74.

Stanley J. Jackson, ACP-ASIM Member, Mount Morris, N.Y.; SUNY at Buffalo, School of Medicine, 1937; died May 6, 2001, age 87.

Joseph K. McConnon, FACP, Brampton, Ontario; Victoria University of Manchester, Faculty of Medicine, 1963; died June 6, 2001, age 62.

John A. Milliken, FACP, Kingston, Ontario; Queen University, Faculty of Medicine, 1946; died June 10, 2001, age 78.

Ralph M. Sussman, FACP, New York; SUNY Health Sciences Center at Brooklyn, College of Medicine, 1932; died May 12, 2001, age 93.

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