Jackie, I had kept Teresa's phone message from last year, then in confusion of phone changes it got erased...now I've gone and missed the opportunity of remembering the anniversary of Merrill's death; I knew it was coming & am sorry I didn't get in touch with you. Love you, love you
I was just thinking about Merrill today and found this. He was a wonderful boss, very supportive and taught me so much about quality and medical staff issues-his teaching changed my career path. Love to Jackie
Sorry for the late condolence of your late soul mate, God Bless you and all your loved one's
Merrill was a great team player and leader for our HFAP surveys. I worked with him on consults as well. He was always professional and gave good educational advice to everyone he contacted. We will miss his insight and team focus.
Conrad and I had the pleasure of knowing and traveling with Merrill and Jackie on many adventures. We will love and miss you always!
Peace and Sympathies to Jackie and the Werblun family. Merrill was a special person who is now gone but never forgotten. He was an outstanding teacher, mentor, expert HFAP surveyor of quick wit and an equally quick smile. I mourn his passing as will many of his friends and colleagues. Rest in Peace...
I remember working with Merrill after he had just started doing surveys for HFAP. He was a "a square shooter" and after one contentious session, Merrill called the medical staff member and CEO back into the room and shortly afterwards, they both emerged from the room shaking hands and broadly smiling. You can't help but admire a man who was always willing to go the extra mile.
RIP. Thank you for caring for and loving my sister all these years. You were truly the love of her life and she was happy. What a great life y'all had together.
I will miss you Dad
I Love you
Jackie I am sorry for your loss
Love you too
As an HFAP physician colleague, I will miss Merrill. We began our journey about the same time, and shared many moments of friendship and support. Over the years I have been gifted with his own style of wisdom as I learned much from him. We shared with each other; and we all will miss him. Shirley and I offer our condolences to his family.