Still trying to accept your passing. Thinking of you and how much you helped me. Hugs to your family and staff. You all remain in my prayers.
Dr. Aram replaced both of my knees in 2010 and 2012. He was the best. The world lost a good doctor and a good man. My compassion to Dr. Aram's family. They lost the most; hope their memories of his life with them and God's comfort will console and sustain them. Am sure he would want them to move forward in life in a most productive and positive manner as Dr. Aram did while I knew him.
I am saddened to hear of the passing of Dr. Tony Aram. I never got a chance to properly thank him for repairing my three ruptured tendons. He enabled me to continue competing in Martial Arts with no noticeable loss in performance. He was a skilled surgeon with a great bedside manner; he put me at ease and explained in detail each procedure.
I will truly miss him.
Dear Lien and Steve, I just read about your son's death, and I am so very sorry. Please know I'm thinking of you and your family at this time. Your Tony seems to have made much of his short life, and he had very loving parents along the way.
I was just shocked to find out about Dr. Aram's passing away. He was a wonderful, personable doctor and he kept my knees alive for so many years. I will sorely miss him. My condolences go out to his family.