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July 24, 2015
I'm so very saddened to her of Dr. Beardmore's passing. I worked for a short time as his secretary at Hudson Health Center in 2011, just before his retirement. He was always such a nice man and cared deeply for how the patients there were treated. I credit him for giving me the opportunity to work with him, which most likely led to my advancement within LA County. God Bless you Dr. B!
June 17, 2015
Dear Carol,
I just learned of Tom's passing. I was a fellow at USC and he was one of my teachers, role model and mentor. He was a remarkable person and physician. My condolences to you and your family.
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August 29, 2014
I first met Tom in 1990, and was always impressed by his quiet humor and good sense of people. My wife, Shu-tseng, would receive hugs from him and Carol whenever she would run into them at Rancho. I will always appreciate his giving me an opportunity to attend part-time at Rancho between 2003 and 2009---and his frequent offers of more permanent employment. I recall one secretary in the Medicine office describing Ed Mongan as a "Rancho man." Tom Beardmore also was a Rancho man, and that institution will never be the same now that he is gone.
August 20, 2014
Dr. Beardmore was my favorite rheumatology attending at USC, an outstanding teacher and mentor. I still use what I call the "Beardmore method" to teach my fellows. I shall treasure the memories of our time together and will miss seeing him and Carol at ACR meetings. My sincere condolences to Carol and family.
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