Robert L. Braham, FACP, New York; Cornell University Medical College, 1970; died Oct. 12, 2002, age 56.
Kenneth T. Donaldson, FACP, Palm City, Fla.; Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1940; died Oct. 6, 2002, age 89.
Paul G. Ecker, FACP, South Hamilton, Mass.; Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, 1944; died April 6, 2002, age 82.
Barry W. Frank, FACP, Denver; University of Colorado School of Medicine, 1959; died March 3, 2002, age 67.
Patrick B. Friel, FACP, Marlborough, Conn.; National University of Ireland, 1950; died March 4, 2002, age 76.
Marvin Gasster, FACP, Torrance, Calif.; Tufts University School of Medicine, 1950; died Oct. 2, 2002, age 79.
Lawrence E. Geeslin, FACP, Jacksonville, Fla.; University of Kansas Medical Center School of Medicine, 1934; died July 30, 2002, age 93.
Ralph E. Gianelly, FACP, Springfield, Mass.; Stanford University School of Medicine, 1961; died June 2, 2002, age 67.
William H. Harris Jr., FACP, Richmond, Va.; Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, 1938; died Oct. 12, 2002, age 89.
Diana Logan, ACP-ASIM Member, Barnegat, N.J.; Cornell University Medical College, 1994; died March 25, 2002, age 33.
Louis H. Mendelson, FACP, Columbus, Ohio; Ohio State University College of Medicine, 1923; died Oct. 12, 2002, age 103.
Ralph H. Nesterman, FACP, Hendersonville, N.C.; Indiana University School of Medicine, 1941; died Sept. 20, 2002, age 86.
Martin A. Shearn, FACP, El Cerrito, Calif.; New York Medical College, 1949; died Sept. 23, 2002, age 78.
Nelson M. Taylor, FACP, Grosse Pointe, Mich.; Wayne State University School of Medicine, 1930; died May 15, 2002, age 90.
Richard A. Wetzel, FACP, Bloomfield Hills, Mich.; University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, 1955; died Oct. 11, 2002, age 73.
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