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May 24, 2018

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November 2, 2017
November Second. Cannot let the day pass without remembering Dr BE. He was my "boss" at Rose Medical Center. my most admired person, and, I am proud to say - he called me his friend! Today he would be 100 years young! Thank you for your teaching and your life lessons. Miss you! Love, GBC
July 6, 2017
Like many other surgeons who have posted here, Dr. Eiseman was my first mentor and for whom my son Ben Rose is named. I was a somewhat uncertain college pre medical student at The University of Wisconsin when I had the good fortune of working in Dr. Eiseman's surgical research labs in 1972. I was star struck by his mere presence. Here was a role model, man of steely determination, and Colorado outdoorsman par excellence all rolled up into an individual without peer. And he was simply brilliant. His greatest joy was either skiing or mountain climbing the medical students (I later entered University of Colorado School of Medicine with great encouragement from Dr. Eiseman) and surgical residents into a near panic. The last time I saw Dr. Eiseman was skiing with Robert McNamara, the former U.S. Secretary of Defense, about 15 years ago in Aspen. But mainly Dr. Eiseman taught me perseverance, the ability to complete surgical or laboratory tasks to fruition, and simply how a surgeon should conduct ones self. A breed of surgeon no longer minted! Franklin A. Rose, M.D
November 15, 2016
Remembering Dr BE again this year. He had an enormous influence on my life, and I am glad I had the opportunity to know him.
November 2, 2015
Although I haven't worked for Dr Eiseman since the 1980's I would send him a Birthday Card every year, and was always thrilled to get back a personal response from "Dr BE" with updates about his year and his family. I couldn't let this November 2 go by without acknowledging him and the immense impact he had on me and on my family! I am proud that he always referred to me as his friend. We miss him!