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Dear Papa,

it has been a year and we miss you dearly-


To both brothers. dearly missed!
My very dear uncle Nosrat passed away yesterday (12th of November 2013) at 5h30 (Los Angeles time). He will be joining his brother after exactly 9 months- Hope they are now both in peace. Both are missed dearly.

Dear Papa,

we miss you.


In loving Memory of my wonderful Uncle Ezat. He will forever live in the hearts of those who had the honor to know him. Roohetoon Shad Amoo Joon.
Dear Katy, Lili and Farah Khanoom:

In behalf of my Father and I, would like to offer you our depest condolences for the passing of my great beautiful hearted uncle, Amoo Ezatollah. I love hime from bottom of heart and always hoped to have more chance of seeing him. I pray for his soul and I am sure his soul is very happy.
Life has separated us but you are all in my heart.
I would like to share something with you all, Zohreh was at Dad's, he woke up and asked her for Ezat's phone number saying Ezat is not well, she did not have it with her, he started looking all over his place for Amoo's number, he could not find it and forgot about it eventually, later Ammeh Azar told us the time and was same.

Rooheh Amoo Shud.

Shoma Azizan Salamat,

Good Life,


Mohammad Hassan Hazrati
Dr Ezatollah Hazrati was born in Iran in 1925- He was the second son of Masour Hazrati (a criminal court judge) - He has four sisters, all very accomplished women with PhDs and MDs - His brother Nosrat was an engeneer in the Iranian army. Both brothers were enrolled in the Iranian army very early and Ezat went up to the rank of general- He pursued medical studies in Iran and went for residency in Plastic Surgery in many medical Centers in the Unitade States including University of Pensylvenia in Philadelphia from which he graduated in 1950s. He was the head of the Iranian Plastic surgery association, the head of physicians and surgeons of Iran and among his many accomplishments, he constructed the hospital for severly Burned in Tehran- He participated in the reconstruction of the face of many soldiers that were severely disfigured during the Korean war. He was extremely artistic and his thesis shows numerous hand-drawings of surgical intervention. He is internationaly know for inventing the Z and W-plasty, inventive surgical incusions that leaves very little scaring of the skin and that has become a standard in plastic surgery.
Overall, he was an extremely nice gentlman with a big heart who loved his country dearly and believed on the good side of people. An optimist, he was also extremely funny- He will be dearly missed by all who got to know him.

Lili Hazrati
May your hearts be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
An accomplished plastic surgeon and a hero in his own country with the most refined sense of humor
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