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October 19, 2017

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May 26, 2017
My Hero
Just knew he passed away Wow
He Saved my life in 1995 when I was diagnosed with
Lymphoma Lymphoblastic at MD Anderson Cancer Center he was addressed as my Physician

God Bless You Charles A Koller
Forever Yours
Daniel Correa
March 23, 2017
I'm sorry about your dad, Paul! Both of my grandfathers died when I was little. I miss both of them a whole lot.
July 24, 2015
This will only be online for two weeks but I have to write anyway. CK (his nickname at U of M) was my roommate for all four undergrad years. He taught me to play the guitar and much about how to take school seriously (though I never learned that well). We pursued our different directions after I moved to Florida and I truly regret not making contact before he passed. He was a kind man and a great character already in the late 1960's. I will not forget him.
July 6, 2015
It's been awhile since I've seen your angelic face Dr. Koller. You were always so kind and gentle. Anytime I had a question in clinic you answered it without hesitation, never making me feel inadequate. Thank you for all you did for me and for your patients. I will never forget the first year I came on board to the Leukemia Clinic you were getting a humanitarian award and I was invited to attend this awesome event in your honor and I remember all the people that stood up and gave speeches about all the good you did. I was so proud to be a nurse that worked with such an amazing MD. God Bless you sir and your family:)

Anonymous Nurse in Leukemia
7/6/15
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