He opened his arms to my family in 1969,when we arrived in Atlanta from Poland.Dr.Aronovitz will always be a life in my memories .We loved him.
If you call yourself a doctor this is the standard to which you should aspire.
To the Family of Dr. Gerson Aronovitz:
I am really sad to learn about the passing of Dr. Aronovitz. In the mid 80's, I was a clinical monitor for a pharmaceuticval company and worked with him on clinical trials. I often visited his office and loved my time there. He was an ethical clinical investigator who loved his patients and wanted the best treamtent for them. Once he called me and mentioned that he was looking for a clinical trial and asked me if I had anything for him. He mentioned that he liked working with me. It was a such an amazing joy for me to get that call, as I had the utmost respect for him, and knowing that he and his wife wanted to work with me made feel great.
May his soul progress in the next world. My deepest sympathy to his dear family.
My husband and I were very saddened when we heard of the passing of Dr. Aronovitz. He was always very nice and helpful when he was on call for Dr. Wilson, our primary pediatrician. They both were cut from the same cloth when it came to "caring and curing" our children. His passing is a great loss to this community indeed. Our thoughts are with his family.
Alton and Winola Swinks
I just heard of his passing today, from MY pediatrician when I was a child (and who later became my children's doctor until his retirement), Dr. Henry Wilson. Dr. Aronovitz was always my "substitute" doctor whenever Dr. Wilson was out of the office. I always remembered Dr. Aronovitz to be a kind man ~ absolutely perfect for working with children ~ and I saw that and so much more the time I had to talk with him once I became a mother. His wisdom and knowledge was very apparent to me, once I became an adult. I am so sorry for this terrible loss; he will be truly missed.
It is very sad to learn that Dr. Aronovitz has departed this life. He was beloved by me, and my comments will echo the appreciation all of us parents felt at his warmth and attention to our babies and children. Rest in peace, Dr. Aronovitz.
After dissatisfaction with the original pediatrician we'd chosen, we were so happy to find Dr. Aronovitz. His practice embodied old school care and concern, and was close to our home. A fine man, he will be missed!
Our boys called him Dr. Aronobitz, usually accompanied with a stopped up nose. He was kind, gentle and always responsive. He and his wife were such special people and such a big part of our lives as parents.
Peg and Norman Arey
Dr. Aronovitz was our family's pediatirican during the mid-eighties and nineties. He was a stellar Dr. as well as a very caring one! Our family was most blessed to have had him in our lives!
To The Family of Gerson Aronivitz,
My prayers are with you and yours. May all the wonderful memories, cards, flowers internet messages and hugs carry you through these challenging times. May the God of Comfort continue to comfort you and yours.
With Deepest Sympathies
Dr and Mrs A were responsible for helping me to raise a son and daughter. I was always made to feel that my children were the most important of all. What a great boost of confidence for a new mom! I once locked my keys and newborn son in my car. Dr A quickly came to my rescue with coat hanger-tool in hand. He unlocked my car while telling me, "It's OK, I do this about once a month!"
I am so sorry to hear about your Dad. Growing up, I always felt like he was a second father to me- such a kind and gentle man- always putting his family first! Please know that you, Tracy and Caroline are all in my prayers. Take care...
Dr. A and Avis--what a team! They provided my children with many years of care. We still have some "lamb's ear" in our yard that Ms. Aronovitz so generously shared when my daughter liked it. What a wonderful legacy they both left to us. Sherbergers
My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Dr A was my pediatrician when we moved to Ga; he took care of my brother sister and I for years. I am saddended to hear of his passing. He was so wonderful and I have very fond memories of him. God Bless
"Doc Arontz," as our children called him, was much beloved by all of our family. He was the epitome of a caring physician, and the kindest of gentlemen. We send our deepest sympathies to the Aronovitz and Adelman Families. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Liza and John Boswell
In 1963 Dr. Aronovitz became our family's pediatrician, taking excellent care of me until I left for college, and then from 1981 until he retired-he was our children's doctor, and our trusted friend and advisor. Dr. Aronovitz was one of a kind-and we'll treasure his memory. What a role model he was -as a doctor, parent, grandparent, and Mensch! Although a year would sometimes pass between our appointments, Dr Aronovitz would always amaze me by remembering my children's favorite flavor of Tootsie Roll Pops, and often, while my kids were occupied with their treats, he would pull up a chair and visit for a few minutes. He relished the chance to share some bit of news about his children or grandchildren, or his latest trip abroad. He (and Avis) always asked about my work, and encouraged my efforts whether I was performing, choreographing or teaching.
When I taught dance to his granddaughters, Leah and Avery, I was as thrilled as they were to see Dr. Aronovitz in the audience-smiling and waving to me-! It was almost like my own Dad was there. God bless you, Dr. Aronovitz!
To the family of Gerson Aronovitz:
My condolences for the lost of your loved one. Death can be hard but our heavenly father can make it easier when we remember what he promises. He said that "no resident will say, I am sick. In the near future he will cure all our sicknesses by means of his son Christ Jesus. Mr. Aronovitz would really appreciate that since he was a Dr. May you gain comfort from this hope.
Dr. Aronovitz was my children's pediatrician & was a wonderful doctor. He was always so caring, kind & patient. I always knew they were in the best of care. Your mom was always so sweet making going to the doctor as pleasant as possible. What a blessing all of you, the family, were to have such good examples in your lives. His patients were blessed also to have a doctor that was always there for them. My deepest sympathy goes out to all of you, Anna Parker
Thoughts and prayers for your family. Dr. Aronovitz was the doctor for my two daughters. I could call him so upset about whatever problem the girls were having and just listening to his calm voice made me feel so much better. He was so patient and caring - he even treated me when I couldn't get into another doctor for a problem I was having. May have been his oldest patient. He was loved and admired by all of us.
We wanted to express our sympathy to the family of Dr. Aronovitz. We loved him and his wife! After a questionable experience with another pediatrician, we transferred to Dr. A in 1988 when our son was less than 1 year old. He cared for him and my daughter throughout their childhood years. We have fond memories of the humble office, Avis's warmth in greeting us, and Dr. A's willingness to have us call him at any time. It was unbelievable that we could always come in and he would make time to see us. He made a difference in his world! May his soul rest in peace...and may God comfort you in your loss.
With deepest condolences to the Aronovitz family during your time of grief...God is for you a refuge and strength, A help that is there to be found during difficult times...May God provide you with peace and comfort to endure the days ahead.
Pam, I'm so sorry to hear about your father. Please know my thoughts are with you.
May God provide you with peace and comfort to endure the days ahead.
We are sad to read about Dr. Roni. Our childrens name for the Doctor. We first met him in 1963 with two young children. We were friends with Avis and Dr. Roni in the Rhododendron Society for many years. Avis was kind enough to use Raymond's information in her "Gardening Around Atlanta" book. We are Gwinnett residents and remember Tracy's good work in the District Attorney's office. Ann, Raymond, Angela, and John Goza
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I had a small sense of connection as I read your father was born in Rochester, NY. I grew up in that area.
May his memories give you comfort.
He was my doctor from '65 until I grew up & went to nursing school in '80. I had severe asthma as a child. Countless times he met me & my parents at his office in the wee hours of the morning to treat my asthma. I'm confident I wouldn't have survived without his care. I remember him so very fondly. I'm not surprised to learn that he was a very special "Poppop". Doctor's families make sacrifices, thank you for sharing your wonderful dad, grand-dad with his forever grateful patients. May he rest in peace.
My thoughts and prayers are with the family.
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Dr. Aronovitz was my pediatrician and I am very sad to hear of his passing. I'm 32 years old now and I still remember him fondly. He was patient and kind and the perfect kind of person to take care of children. To his family - my thoughts and prayers are with you all. You should all be very proud of the kind legacy that he left behind.
I have such fond memories of him as my doctor when I was a child. GOD bless you all! Fly to the angels, Dr A!!!
Dr. Aronovitz certainly fought the good fight. May God rest his soul and bring comfort to the family.
I was a patient of this great man in the late 60s and early 70s. When my son was born, Dr. Aronovitz agreed to take him on as well, even though he had "officially" stopped taking new patients. He answered every panicked telephone call made in the middle of the night and he often had tears in his eyes whenever an injection or exam made my son cry. Every visit ended in a hug and you always knew you and your child were loved and cared for. There has never been, nor ever will be, a man or physician like him.
Im sorry for your lost. May your family rely on God in this time of gtief.
During this difficult time , please be reassured that the God of all comfort will comfort you in all of your distresses.2Cor 1:4