It has been three long years since God called you home to be with him.
Your family and I love you and miss you so much. You are never far from my thoughts each day. When we are together we have such fond memories of the wonderful, fun, family times with you. Thank God for the happy times and great memories.
I had a Mass said for you today at our Church. If anyone is in Heaven it is you. You helped so many in so many different ways. You loved solving your patients Medical problems with your great surgical skill. You were always ready to lend an ear. or help others who were in need of help with their financial problems. You were so giving
and aways ready to help.
You were the best! We were so blessed to have been loved and protected by you. Together forever. Mary Pat
Today a friend of mine asked me who did the surgery on my right arm. I went to google the spelling of your name and found this link. You were an amazing doctor. I came to you when I was only 12 years old after falling off a scooter and needed 3 surgeries to fix it. You did the first 2. For over a year I was in your office every month, you were a great man. I still have the "yani" DVD you gave me after you found out I played violin. I am now 20 years old and living in Alabama. I attend AUM for nursing and to this day you regularly come up in conversations between me and other doctors. (I work at Jackson hosptial) you were an amazing surgeon! Thank you so much for everything you did for me!!!
Happy birthday to you on your 72nd birthday.if you were still here you would say to me," Now how did we get to be this age? I don't feel any older than in my 20"s". I was the only one that freted about getting older.
Your children and I and some friends celebrated you tonight. It was a bitter sweet affair but we all loved being together in your honor.
Your are so loved and never forgotten.
We go on but yor are there and we feel you. Mary Pat
Dear Mary Pat,
Happy Anniversary to you! I think your
celebration with family and friends who
knew your husband is a wonderful thing
Sister Mary Veronica
Dear Mary Pat,
Congratulations on your 50th wedding anniversary. It's nice that you focussed on celebrating your life and the memory of your lost husband, instead of being sad all alone. I can only hope that my wife will remember me as fondly as you remember your husband. I am sure he is smiling down at you, thinking "wait 'till I get hold of you again".
On this day, June 15, 1963 we were married. Today would have been our 50th Wedding Anniversary.
Happy Anniversary to us. Though you are not here with me to celebrate and remember this milestone in our lives, I will be having a celebration of our life together. Rather than spending the day being sad and lonely, I am have a BBQ and party with our children, grandchildren and family and friends who have been there with us thru the years.
It has not been easy this past 2 years and 3 months when you died so unexpectedly but family and friends have kept me going with love and support.
Happy Anniversary to you. Thank you for beomg the most wonderful, loving, supportive.giving and fun husband, father, grandfather and friend.
You provided us with so much and you are missed every day. I hope you will be smiling down on me, and all of us on this our Wedding Day.
I love you and miss you and thank you for all the wonderful memories of the past 50 years. I am one blessed person. Your loving wife, Mary Pat
I am so sorry for your loss. Dr. Ubelhart was a wonderful person. I am saddened by his passing. My prayers for all of his family.
To my Valentine. On this the 2nd Valentines Day without you, I am remembering all those years when you would come home with some token of your Love.
It could be a beautiful card, Candy, a stuffed animal, yes Leo the love heart lion is sitting on the bed or a beautiful heart necklace. Just you coming thru the door was enough.
I thank God I have all these wonderful memories. I thank you for all those wonderful years and your love.
Missing you. Mary Pat
Hi, I am compiling a list of my former physicians and was sad to find Dr. Ubelhart's obit after googling his name. I met your dad when I went to Commonwealth with my MRI. I had awoken one day in 2008 suddenly unable to turn my head without yelping from the extreme pain any movement caused. After a few appointments with my MD and after failing out of physical therapy I was finally allowed an MRI. As Dr. Ubelhart loaded the disc in his computer I said "My doctor isn't taking this very seriously. She said 'Sometimes you just sleep wrong'. But this is like nothing I've experienced before. I feel like I must have the lowest threshold of pain in the world..." About this time, my images loaded on his screen. This kind man turned to me and said "You've been getting up and going to work every day? And driving? Like this? You have two herniated and two bulging discs in your neck. You do not have a low threshold of pain, Ms. Randell. You? Are a soldier." He then promptly wrote me a prescription for dilauded, providing me the first relief I'd had in more than two weeks, along with a referral to one of his partners. I will never forget this kind man, his blunt diagnosis and caring manner. I did end up having surgery, but I've never forgotten Dr. Ubelhart and his style of reassuring me that there truly WAS something wrong. It's been almost two years now, but I'm very sorry for your loss.
In the summer of 1989, a year after graduating from high school, I was badly injured in a car crash. Not only did Dr Ubelhart 'fix me up' through multiple operations and extensive physical therapy, he also inspired me to pursue a career in healthcare. Thanks to that inspiration I am now a global executive with the multinational pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline. Dr Ubelhart had an extraordinarily important, positive impact on the course of my life. I will always be grateful to him for that and for the kind, compassionate manner in which he helped see me through the most difficult experience of my life. Thank you, Dr Ubelhart, for the gift of health and the enduring memory of your kindness and empathy.
Your Dad is never far from our thoughts or our hearts!
It's so nice to still see people posting messages about my Dad! We miss him so much and we still see the huge impact he made on so many people.
To Abe - Thank you so very much for keeping this guest book online. I can't tell you how touched our family was that you did that.
To Dad - Notre Dame is in the BCS National Championship!!! I know you pulled some strings up there in Heaven to make it happen:) Love you Daddy!
Glad to be reminded once again.
RIP Dr, Charles R, Ubelhart. I meet you once as your patient, but the impression I got from you is a lift time memory.
Dear "Uncle Chuck",
Tuesdays are not the same at work; seeing you come in and getting a big hug and hearing "Hello, Ina Babe!" Terri Dreswick and I were always getting "looks" from the other staff because they did not understand our long working relationship. We can not bring ourselves to remove your preference cards from our doctor's book.
Mary Pat, I hope you are doing well. I miss hearing the latest family stories from Dr. Ubelhart. You all are never far from my thoughts.
With warm regards,
As a Commonwealth employee, he is still fondly remembered and thought of often. It is hard to believe it has been a year and he will always be missed.
Seeing the Guest Book again, reminds me of Chuck's wonderful bedside manners as a doctor and the infinite patience he had in explaining things. He would be happy to hear that I am back to playing soccer with the knee on which he performed surgery. I hope Mary Pat, the rest of the family and loved ones will continue to find comfort in their wonderful memories of times together.
Not a week goes by when I don't stop and think to myself, "Chuck would have loved/appreciated/enjoyed/been proud of this!"
He lived every moment to the fullest. From almost-childlike wonder to giddy with excitement, it was infectious to all those around him. We didn't always "appreciate" the same things (Kitchen Bouquet, Leland Cypresses, Yanni) but Chuck helped me to truly enjoy all the little things in life.
He was so good at letting people know they were loved, and so very special to him. His strong influence has helped me do the same with Kevin, Justin & Alex. Although they miss "Pepa" terribly, Justin & Alex are grateful for the 10 years they had together.
Chuck's passing has left a void that will never be filled, but he will always be in our hearts.
My Dearest Brother : As I write this note I know you are and always will be with me in Love and Spirit.I cannot believe a year has passed and so many wonderful things have happened to me that I wish I could share with you in person such as bing a "Nana" for the 5th time with a beautiful baby boy born to Cory & April on March 8th. I am truly blessed to have a Brother who I know loves me so very much from Heaven.You always were our strength as Brothers and Sisters. Life changes every day and I know we will be together again. Until then Love Me, Guide Me and Send Me messages from Heaven. Linda
My Dear Corky,
It is so hard to believe a year has passed since I last saw you and kissed you goodbye. Some days it seems much longer and other days like it was only yesterday.
You are in my thoughts every day and I miss you so.
Our life has changed so since you have been gone. Our family gatherings are still fun filled with all your beautiful grandchildren. Your presence is sorely missed. You made our family times such a memorial occasion.
We talk about your love for all of us and know you are looking down on us with pride.
You will never be forgotten.
We look forward to the time we will all be together again. With love and gratitude for our life together.
My condolences to Dr. Ubelhart's family, he was the kindest, most understanding, caring and most competent doctor I have ever had the priviledge of meeting. He performed my total hip replacement back in 1992 and both my knees in 1997. I will miss him, he was a wonderful human being. Bless you Dr. Ubelhart and may you rest in peace...respectfully..
Today would have been your 70th birthday.
You never got excited about the fact you were a year older because you always said you didn't feel any different than the day before. The older we got the more you laughed at me for freting about another birthday and feeling old.
Rick,Kevin, Kara and I Celebrated you today. We all love and miss you so much.
We felt you smiling down on us today and thru tears and laughter we remembered and cherish your love and all you did for our family. Happy birthday. With love, Mary Pat
Dear Rick and family,
I just learned of your dad's passing and my prayers are with you. I lost my dad almost 10 years ago and still miss him daily. I remember your dad through his visits to see you at school, and he was very kind, friendly and always had a smile. I have known many of his grateful patients. Please know that you are in my prayers.
Dr. Ubelhart operated on my hand just over one year ago and I will be forever grateful. He was kind and extremely competent. He will be missed.
To my dear husband. Happy Anniversary. We were married 48 years ago today.
It has been a tough day without you.
Thru the love of our children,family and friends I am making my way.
You were the best at everything you did.
Thank you for all those wonderful years.
With love, Mary Pat
I heard today of Dr. Ublehart's passing, my condolences to his entire family. He was a gentle man and an exceptional doctor. My hand surgery went step by step what he said it would, I have full mobility back.
My relationship with this wonderful man spans two orthoscopies, one total knee, one fractured patella and workmen compensation complexities. I just went on line to make an appointment to have him recheck his work from four years ago and learned of his passing. He is a light in the world of medical care. I adored his compassionate manner, his frank and direct advice and his sense of humor. He will be missed. Amanda Martin-Elbehri (Rome, Italy)
My condolences to your family. I had the privilege of working with Dr Ubelhart at National Orthopedic Hospital right out of nursing school. He was very kind and supportive of this brand new nurse with all her questions. I have never forgotten him and his gentle manner in dealing with his patients and the staff.
I was a patient of Dr. UbleHart just once. He performed surgery on my arm. Having known him only that short period, it should come as no surprise that when I recently learned of his passing, my thoughts immediately went to his family and close friends. I hope and pray that God will provide all with the peace in knowing that he remains in a better place, but I know this will take time.
A man so thoughtful and filled with the urge to help others can never be forgotten.
God, please bless and put at ease the family and friends of Dr. Ublehart. Even knowing him for such a short time, I will not forget him.
Oh, and after my surgery, my family presented him with his favorite...an order of Parker's North Carolina BBQ. I hope he enjoyed that.
Love be to him and those around him.
ps. I'm not going to edit this because these words are those that just seemed to flow. Be well dear Dr. Ublehart.
I have been a patient of Commonwealth Orthopedics since Dr. Schiffman was on board After his retirement, I became a dedicated patient of Dr. Ubelhart. After many surgeries and emergency visits, Dr. Ubehart was much more than my physician..he was my friend. My heart goes out to his family and co-workers at this time and my thoughts and prayers are with each of you. Dr. Ubelhart will be sorely missed!!
I was so sorry to hear of Dr. Ubelhart's passing. My son, now 7, had a broken elbow, and I appreciated Dr. Ubelhart's straightforward, kind care. My son appreciated the green cast. Prayers and condolences for your family.
I will miss you my dear friend.
Dear Mary Pat, Ronnie, Linda & Mary Gail, I am so sorry for your loss. Although I've not seen you all in years, I know that Corky had a full life surrounded by wonderful family and friends. You are all in my prayers.
Kathi Piersall (Soete)
My deepest sympathy to Dr. Ubelhart's family. He was a remarkable physician who demonstrated deep compassion. He was an exceptional doctor and person. Sandy Pullara, Springfield, Virginia
Mary Pat, Rick and Kara,
I am so sorry for your loss. I just lost my dad on March 12th. I, too am in mourning. I had heard that "when you lose a parent", the loss is so profound. I know what you are going through and my heart goes out to you. I'm sure you are finding comfort in the beautiful memories that you've all had.
Debbie Schmidt, Haymarket, VA.
(your dental hygienist),
My deepest sympathy to Dr. Ubelhart's family. He was a great Doctor and Human Being. He will be greatly missed in Northern VA.
I had the great pleasure of being a patient of Dr. Ubelhart. Sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family.
So sorry to learn of Dr. Ubelhart's recent death. I'd been a patient of his for the last two years to address two different problems and really felt comfortable and confident of his care, and those were qualities I have found to be unusual. I send the sympathies and respect of a grateful patient to his family.
I had the pleasure of meeting Dr. Ubelhart in August of 2009 when my son who was nine years old at the time broke his leg in two places during football practice. He was such a kind and caring doctor, my son felt so comfortable with him. Then, he was my Dr. and I will never forget him. I was his patient at Alexandria Hospital during that February 2009 snow blizzard. I couldn't believe that he was still going to do the surgery that day due to the weather but he was so dedicated I should not have been surprised. He was a great Dr. I remember his daughter was due to have her baby then and he couldn't stop talking about it, he was so excited. When I saw him at my next visit he was the proud Grandpa to his newest grandchild. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family. He was a wonderful man.
I am very sorry to learn of the passing of Dr. Ubelhart. He was wise and "cool," and I admired him very much. He helped me several times with orthopedic issues over the last 25 years. I will miss him, and my condolences go to Mrs. Ubelhart and the family.
My thoughts and prayers goes out to the Ubelhart's. Dr. Ubelhart was a great doctor who helped me along my recovery with a Achilles injury. Sorry for the lost.
So sorry for your loss. Dr. Ubelhart was a good doctor & a kind man. My thoughts & prayers are with you.
Mary Pat,I am so sory to hear of your loss. I remember you and I comparing notes about the Bahamas and will treasure our talks. Please know our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Dear Mary Pat,
We haven't seen each other since we were teenagers but our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this time.
Jim & Judy Pierce
May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.
Dr. Ubelhart came to our family when our daughter was in 6th grade and broke her leg playing soccer. (She is now 41 years old!) He remained with our entire family over the years as otheopedic needs arose and he and my husband often shared recipes. We are saddened to know of his passing and send our sincere sympathy to his wife, children and grandchildren. I saw him in December and we were comparing the number of grandchildren we now have. We're so sad, but were blessed to know him and have him as our doctor.
Louise and Elbert Ransom,
Our hearts go out to you at this time and in the days ahead.
So sorry to hear about Corky,s passing,my thoughts and prayers are with the Ubelhart family.
Mary Pat, Rick, Kevin and Kara, We have never had better neighbors! We have so many fond memories going through UK together, raising our kids and all the fun times spent together. Corky was always the best of friends, an encourager and always doing anything he could to help everyone he knew enjoy life to its fullest. We miss him already & our prayers are with each of you.
Dr. Ubelhart is was of the most genuine, compassionate, and giving men I've ever met: truly a role model. I feel so blessed to have known him. My sympathy and prayers to Mary Pat, Kara and the boys.
My deep sympathy to Dr. Ubelhart's family. I had a pleasure of working with Dr. Ubelhart when I worked at Unit 25 and the operating room at Alexandria Hospital. He was an excellent doctor .I, myself, became his patient when I hurt my arm a few years ago. He was very thorough and took the time to speak to me. Even if I didn't work with him very much in the or, I always cherish the time when I would see him in the hallways or scrub sinks and he would proudly share his stories about his grandkids, family trips, photography and musicians such as Elvis Presley or Cher. We will miss his smile .Goodbye,Dr. Ubelhart. You are one of a kind.
Mary Pat I was so sorry to hear of Corky,s passing. I remember how nice of a person he was. He always had a smile on his face. I still have a couple of picture,s of You and Corky. All my prayers and love.
Ubelhart Family: Dr. Ubelhart has been many things to my family over the years, a golfing buddy with my Dad, a friend, a doctor and as support. I will always remember the kindness of his heart, the love he showed for others and the support he gave to those around him.
My heart breaks knowing he is gone but know he has good company up there since my Dad is there too. Rest in peace Dr. Ubelhart, watch over your family and always know you are loved by so many.
Thank you for all you did for our family over the years. You will be for ever missed.
My thoughts and prayers are with your family at this difficult time, I pray they find peace in the Lord to help them through.
Dear Mary Pat,
We were very saddened to hear of Corky's sudden passing.Our deepest sympathies go out to you and your family. Eric and Jean Goodwin
Eric & Jean Goodwin, Coldwater, MI.
I met Doctor Ubelhart as a patient about four years ago at Commonwealth Orthopaedics. Through many visits over the course of those years he aspirated my bad leg several times, did surgery on me at Alexandria Hospital and took the time, care, patience and attention to get me through it all. I remember one night last November, 2010 Dr. Ubelhart was backed up with patients, I ended up being in the office for over four hours before he got to see me, but he was more kind, thorough and patient with me even if I had been his first appointment of the day. All the staff had left and it ended up being just me and Dr. U. there until about after 7PM at night. He was dedicated to his patients! Always had a kind thing to say and wished the best for you. I will miss seeing him, when I heard the news it was a shock. My prayers and sympathy go out to the entire Ubelhart family, as well as friends and colleagues that were touched in some way with Dr. Charles Ublehart in their life. Thanks Dr. Ublehart for all you did for me!
Our prayers & thoughts go with you each day. Thanking GOD for all the great memories we shared with Corky & Mary Pat in KY. He will be greatly missed. Such a wonderful Husband, Dad, Surgeon, & Friend.
Love, Bob & Teri Etherington
Rick, You and all of your family are in my thoughts and prayers. I am more sorry than I can say for your loss. Know that your old friends are thinking of you.
I met and became a friend of Dr. Ubelart playing adult soccer in Northern Va. If you can imagine a surgeon playing in the goal. I also became a patient of his when he observed a problem while we played. Chuck was always a pleasure to be around, as a team mate and a physician. Mary Pat and famile please accept my sincerest condolances and know the world is better place because of him.
Bob Goodwin (SYA Adult League - Green Machine)
I have had the privilege of being a patient of Chuck's as well as sharing many patients with him. He was a fine person and a fine doctor. I will miss him and share his family's loss.
Dr. Ubelhart touched my life both in the hospital and out. He was one of kindest men I have ever met and will be missed and thought about often.
Mrs. Mary Pat--I recall introducing the 2 of you at the OR Christmas party as my new parents, since my parents had recently deceased and he was such a good father! I recall Dr. Ubelhart's and my game on the evening shift of "beaming him up" when he would get locked out of the OR. The door would open and he would be posing like they used to on Star Trek. I was his captive audience for the many stories he had about his family whom he loved and prided dearly. I'm so sorry for your loss. You and your family are in my prayers.
Dear Mary Pat
Its been almost fifty years since I've seen or talked to either of you but it still came as quite a shock. I am so glad you were able to have such a long and wonderful life togeather and I am so sad for your loss. Corky was such a great guy. My thoughts and prayers are with you always.
The Ubelhart family, I am so sorry and sad to hear of Dr. Ubelhart's passing. I first met him at Alexandria Hospital when I started working on "G Unit" right out of nursing school. I always enjoyed talking with him about horses, Kentucky (my husband's home) or about the Shenandoah Valley where I now live. He was a wonderful doctor with a great bedside manner and will truly be missed. May the Lord comfort you all during this time of loss.
I am so sad to hear of Dr. Ubelhart's passing. I worked with him at Alexandria OR. He was one of the greatest people I have ever known. I will truly miss "Uncle Chuck". My thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends.
We share your loss of one of the most outstanding physicians as well as a wonderful person that we have had the privilege of knowing. Not only was Dr Ubelhart one of the best to determine the right solution to our medical problems but he was without a doubt a person that knew the right solution to fix our medical needs. Over the years Dr Ubelhart provides us with expert medical care as well as being very personable during our face-to-face experiences with him. He will always be in our memories and we will miss him very much.
Ken & Marilyn Tinsley
Mary Pat - I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.
Dr. Ubelhart was my mother's doctor and I have never met a more caring person. She felt he was a personal friend as well as her doctor. He took the time that she needed and never made her feel rushed. His caring attitude extended to his office staff and I would like to thank them as well for their concern and care. I know my mother was truly saddened by Dr. Ubelhart's passing and will miss him greatly. Thank you for taking such great care of my mother.
Dear Mary Pat and family,
I am deeply sorry for your loss. Dr. Ubelhart has performed numerous surgeries on my knees and has impacted my life tremendously. I first came to him when I was 15 years old with a torn ACL due to a soccer injury. As devastated as I was, Dr. Ubelhart's passion for his patients and extreme talent for orthoscopic surgery helped pave the way to a successful soccer career that lead me through college. Now, 22 years old, I still found myself coming back to Dr. Ubelhart for aches and pains. I will never forget his gentle hands and the way that he always knew exactly what was wrong with just a glance. If I had a second Grandfather, I would want him to be just like Dr. Ubelhart. I will miss him greatly and you and your family will be in my heart and prayers during this difficult time.
~ Kelley Lightfoot
My deepest sympathy to the family. He was my doctor for years. I had complete faith in him, I will miss him. He was one of a kind. He replaced both my knees and did repair surgery on my shoulder among others. He will always be remembered and cherished by all. God Bless
Dear Mary Pat, I'm so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. We have are precious memories of Corky and all the fun times our group had during high school.
Dear Mary Pat,
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. So glad I was with Mary Gail when she got the new. She loved her brother very much...Jeanette Younce
It was an extreme pleasure to work for him for 13 years. Will miss him. My family and I will keep you lifted up in prayer. May the Lord bless you in your time of sorrow.
Dr Ubelhart was indeed a kind compassionate surgeon, he never hurried about or rushed with his patients making each one feel as if they had all day to sit and just talk- and he listened- I worked with Dr for 25 years at Mount Vernon in the OR . I can tell you all when he was on call in the OR one may as well pull up a stool as Dr Ulbelhart was surely going to take his time with his patients and the sugery until it was done right .. my husband Norman also worked with him at Alexandria in the OR for 15 plus years he so enjoyed working with a man whom he often would say " Jul, is it not nice to see someone who really enjoys what they do ? and they work not because they have to but because they want to and enjoy it .."
We were shocked and saddened for his passing and for you all the family as Dr Ublehart will be so dearly missed. My daughter whom Dr Ublehart so gingerly "fixed " her fractured finger - when we told her of the news
she replyed : mum- just now who will be left to fix my fingers when I break them? Such little hearts make big thoughts. Dr Ubelhart also "fixed" a terrible elbow fracture of mine and I shall carry his John Hancock with me forever as I know he will remain in your hearts as his family forever. Be proud of your Husband, Dad, Grandad, Uncle he was touched so many others he left much to remember him.
We are so deeply sorry for your loss
Norman & Julia Gruta
A gentleman in business dealings and a true healer in his medical practice. The long wait to be seen by this rarest of doctors nowadays was well worth it, for he took his time, examining, explaining, teaching his patient about what was ailing them. How sad that he won't be able to enjoy his retirement in the vineyard business as he planned. My sincere condolences to Mary Pat and the entire extended Ubelhart family on this very premature passing of a rare man.
Dear Mary Pat and family, I feel fortunate to have had Dr. Ubelhart as my surgeon. The circumstances that led to me having him as a doctor are almost serendipitous. From the very first time I met him, he reminded me of my father, and I trusted him completely. I am so sorry for your loss.
Dear Mary Pat,
I send my thoughts and prayers along with my deepest sympathy. May God bless you and your family with strength and peace in the months and years to come.
Mary L. Jennings
Dr. Ubelhart means a great deal to us. He did my knee surgeries, my husband's shoulder surgery and each and every time my mother would fall and break a limb he was there to treat her compassionately and with a sense of humor. He gave us great care and visiting him was like seeing an old friend. He was an unusual man, and we will miss him greatly.
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Dr. Ubelhart will sorely be missed. I had the pleasure of working with him at both Alexandria Hospital and briefly at Commonwealth Orthopedics. At Alex Hospital, whenever there was a call for x-ray to respond to a hip pinning/replacement in the OR, we knew it was for Dr. Ubelhart, and that we better get to that OR fast. I am going to miss his sense of humor more than anything. I am sorry for your lost.
My deep sympathy to Mary Pat and the
family. My prayers are with you at this
most unexpected and sad time.
S. Mary Veronica Kulsar, SCC
God Bless family and friends. He touched so many lives and will be sorely missed.He took such good care of my mother over the years extended her quality of life. Thank the Good Lord for him. Our Prayers are with you.
We are very saddened to hear of the too soon passing of an old colleague and friend who still had much to give and much to accomplish in a life filled with giving and accomplishments. Nancy and Joel Schiffman
I was shocked and sadden to hear that we have lost such a great man. I met Dr. Ubelhart through the National Orthopedic Hospital some 30 years ago with a hand injury and he has been fixing me and my husband ever since. He was not only a great doctor, he was a great person, he would take the time to chat with you – we had many talks about his family, winery and anything that was on your mind. He will be deeply missed and our thoughts and prayers are with the entire Ubelhart Family.
Mary Pat, Rick, Kevin & Kara,
I worked with Dr Ubelhart for many years and it was indeed a pleasure. Know that my thoughts and prayers go out to your entire family, he will truly be missed.
Carmen Smith & Family
Our deepest condolences to the family. Dr. Ubelhart was a sweet, kind, and compassionate doctor. He has taken great care of my 11 year old daughter since November. He made her so very happy when, on the day after Thanksgiving, he put on a pink and purple candy cane striped long cast on her arm! Our family will keep Dr. Ubelhart and his entire family in our prayers. We are very saddened by your loss.
Thank you for many years of faithful service to the community, and to my wife in particular. Keith & Gloria Pollard
Mary Pat, I just got Linda's e-mail and my heart is breaking for you and your family. Corky was a pistol! I enjoyed the times I spent with him and cherish him as my best friend's brother. He was very well loved, and what a tribute that is! I am thinking of you all.
Mary Pat, You have my deepest sympathy. I share your sadness with thoughts and prayers. God bless you and your family. Love and peace, Helen Burns Nelson (Your friend from HRA)
I am always so saddened when doctors move to heaven. They spend their lives pouring their priceless talents onto humanity. We send our deepest sympathies. Greg has always told me what an important influence Dr. Ubelhart was to him. You are in our prayers.
I am so deeply saddened by your loss. My heart goes out to you and your wonderful children. Please know that you are in my thoughts and my prayers during this difficult time. God bless you and the family.
He was my father. He was my friend. He was the most incredible man I have ever known. I miss everything about my sweet Daddy. Words just can't express what he meant to me.
I love you Daddy. I miss you so much and I know I'll see you again someday.
MY DEEPIEST AND HEART FELT SMYPATHY TO THE FAMILY.DR.UBELHART INDEED WAS A COMPASSIONATE DOCTOR...FOR MANY YEARS I WAS ONEOF HIS PATIENTS AND WAS TREATED WITH THE UPMOST RESPECT AS HIS PATIENT.ALWAYS SO KIND AND THOUGHTFUL WHEN I HAD TO PAGE HIM AT ALEXANDRIA HOSP.DR. UBELHART WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN FOR HIS GREAT WORK FOR HIS PATIENTS..AGAIN MY DEEPIEST SMYPATHY...SINCERELY MS.VIVIAN CRADDOCK