A second great loss for the University of Texas community in the past week or so. Dr. Popovich was one of my Biomedical engineering professors at UT Austin in the late 1970s and worked to develop CAPD (Continuous Ambulatory Peritoneal Dialysis) as an alternative to traditional kidney dialysis - it allowed patients the effectiveness of dialysis without having to be hooked up to a machine 6 hrs a day, three days a week. One of my more influencial professors that taught me through Engineering, we can make a significant difference in Healthcare. My sympathies to his family and friends, knowing the positive impacthe made on the lives of countless others.
In years past we were good friends. He was also my brother-in-law. My sympathy to the family, Bob was a brilliant man.
May your memories of the wonderful times you shared with your loved one comfort you and your family, today and always.
Our friendship has been over 35 years. I have such fond memories of all our good times together. Your love for each other right from the beginning has been unsurmontable. I am praying for you, Lou, and all your family during this time. All my love,
Lou, I was just looking at your photos and remembered so many of your stories that you and Bob told me. I can see the love between you two. Your loss is great and I am so sorry.