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John Kashiwabara 1921 - 2010

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March 04, 2012
"Dr. John" was the man who brought me into the world in 1965, as he did my sister in 1961. He was my our family's GP until his retirement. I regret he never met my child as he was a gentle man who always listened and cared for those he cared for. I always look down Elm St. off Atlantic at his old office with fond memories of a man who cared for me and our family.
May 24, 2010
I had an occasion to talk to Dr. Kashiwabara concerning his membership in the Long Beach Mounted Police. When I called, I stumbled over his name and he very kindly told me to sound it out and, with a smile in his voice, he told me he knew I could say it. He was right, of course, and I was free of embarrassment because of the way he handle the situation. My condolences to his family.
February 17, 2010
Dr. Kashiwabara was my doctor when I was growing up in Long Beach in the mid-60's. At that time, he also was the doctor for LB Poly's football team. I remember him as a wonderful spirit and incredible public servant. My deepest condolences to his family.
February 08, 2010
Dr. Kasiwabara was committed to medical education for many decades. He was instrumental in the formation and development of the highly successful Family Medicine Residency program at Long Beach Memorial Hospital. His legacy lives on with his former trainees, who are now local leaders in Family Medicine and medical education. His passion for medicine was an inspiration, and he will be greatly missed by many in the medical community.
February 04, 2010
The news of Dr. John's death was received with deep sadness. He was our family physician for over 25 years. Not only did he deliver both of my children, but Dr. John handed my son his high school diploma in 1984 (when Dr. John was a member of the Long Beach School District Board.)

My condolences to all of his family. Dr. John made a difference in the community and in the lifes of his patients.

Joan Liter-Underwood
St. George, Utah
January 31, 2010
To John Kashiwabara Family;

Our condolence for the loss of John. He was a tribute to the Nisei generation from Penryn. I last seen him at the Penryn Grammar School reunion in 2008 and the old timer had great time at the reunion. He and his family contributed a lot to Placer County religous and educational goals.

John contributed to the history of the Japanese Americans of Placer County. We will all miss him, especially his warm greetings.

Takasumi Kojima, Berkeley, CA

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