Randolf L. White - In honor of his pioneering work with respiratory care as superintendent of Inhalation Therapy at the University of Virginia Hospital from 1931 to 1965. - Written history found at family reunion in 2017. - Mr. White: "I was the first Virginian and first black southerner to be accepted into the American Association of Inhalation Therapy."
Carrie Hennig, RRT
In loving memory of fallen hero
Carrie Hennig, RRT
October 13, 1963 - June 4. 2020
In honor of two friends and colleagues that retire in 2014: Bill Roberts and Kay Erickson. I'm jealous.
In Memory of Pam & Forrest Bird
Jo Ann Ikehara
In honor of my parents Ken and Brenda who continue to inspire me to be more. In honor of my children Trey and Keagan who brighten every day. To my wife Stephanie Walsh who’s unrelenting love makes me want to be a better RT, father, friend and husband. To my mentors Martha Crawley, Gay Olsen, Patricia Ann Doorley, and Cam McLaughlin who supported and loved a young, immature and eager RT.
Kevin N. Clark
In honor of an outstanding man who dedicated his life to the Respiratory Field. A true hero whose bravery, ambition and selflessness will never be forgotten. He is greatly loved and admired by many. He will truly be missed.
Oct 4,1962 - April 21,2020
Michael O. Bamgbopa - dedicated by Children's National Medical Center
Michael O. Bamgbopa served patients and families for 21 years in the field of Respiratory Care. He was known for taking pride in his work and approaching every shift with a smile. The sun set for Michael on April 28, 2020: Respiratory Care lost a great therapist on this day. While we can no longer see him, his legacy lives on at Children's National Hospital. June 4, 1952 - April 28, 2020
Frank Salvatore Jr
In honor of my family, Frank R. Salvatore Jr. RRT, MBA, FAARC. Thanks for the honor of serving.
In Memory of those lost to Covid-19
In Memory of Shreyas Roy, MD
The profession of Respiratory Therapy benefited greatly from his drive, intelligence and the belief that respiratory therapists can do anything if we are committed. Tom had a true passion for life and a passion for everything he did. We were fortunate as a RT community that he put his passion toward our profession. Be passionate for what you do, be motivated and be more like Tom. UVA HEALTH
Doug McQueary- 53 years in respiratory care Little CO of Mary Hospital, Augustana Hospital, Mt. Sinai Hospital, Malcolm X College, and of course St Bernard Hospital of Chicago, Illinois. Thank you
In honor of Jerry Bridgers. Thank you, Jerry, for your passion and devotion to our profession. You have inspired me to be the best I can be with my patients, family, and profession. You have a place in my heart forever. Thank you for your friendship. Make sure to give a big "bear hug" to everyone you meet in heaven.
Salute to RT Educators that Inspire the Future
In Loving Memory of Mariame Perry
A Life That Touches Others Goes on Forever
May your beautiful soul rest in Paradise
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