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Bernard Weiner

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Bernard K. Weiner, M.D., age 83, passed away on Wednesday, November 7th in Kerrville, TX. He was born on January 2, 1929 in Gary, Indiana to wonderful parents, Isadore and Anna Weiner. In 1950, he graduated from Indiana University with a BS in Anatomy and Physiology and in 1953, graduated from Indiana University Medical School with his Medical Degree. In 1953 through 1954, he interned at Methodist Hospital, Gary, Indiana. He proudly served his country in the US Air Force from 1954-1958, completing his service with the rank of Captain. In 1958 through August 2010, Dr. Weiner operated his private practice in San Antonio, TX. Bernard was a member of the Bexar County Medical Society (1957-present); Bexar County Medical Society Peer Review Board (1974-1976); Bexar County Medical Society Board of Directors (1977-1979); Bexar County Medical Society Board of Censors (1986-1987); Texas Medical Association; Alamo Chapter Academy of Family Physicians; Texas Academy of Family Physicians; American Academy of Family Physicians; Fellow of American Geriatrics Society (1963); Fellow of Royal Society of Health (1973); Charter Fellow of American Academy of Family Physicians (1972); Distinguished Associate of Texas Tech University, Health Science Center School of Medicine (1982); Board Certified in Family Practice (1977), re-certified 1983, 1989, 1995 and 2001; Board Certified in Geriatric Medicine (1988) and re-certified (1997); Chief Department of Family Practice Methodist Hospital (1969); Vice Chief of Staff Methodist Hospital (1975); Chief of Staff Methodist Hospital (1977); President Alamo Academy of Family Practice (1985-1986); chosen Family Physician of the Year by Alamo Academy of Family Practice (1987); Clinical Assistant Professor of Family Practice (1981-1983), University Texas Medical School at San Antonio; Clinical Associate Professor of Family Practice (1983-1993), University Texas Medical School at San Antonio; Clinical Professor of Family Practice (1993 to present), University of Texas Medical School at San Antonio; selected to appear in the Best Doctors in America; listed in the Guide to Top Doctors in America; selected as one of America's Top Physicians in 2003; selected in Texas' Super Doctor for 2004; 2006-2007 was listed as seven (7) of San Antonio's Top Doctors; Otis R. Bowen, M.D. Distinguished Leadership Award presented by Indiana University School of Medicine (2002); elected Trustee of Alamo Community College District (2004-2010); retired from his practice of medicine - August 31, 2010 at the age of 81. Bernard is survived by his wife, the Honorable Judge Marcia S. Weiner; three children: Audrey Scheinberg and husband, Adlai; Jodi Groff and husband, Patrick; and Karen Miller and husband, Richard; eight grandchildren: Amanda Lopez and husband, Frank; Shira Groff; Bryan Miller and wife, Marta; Elise Miller; Sara Scheinberg; Elliot Groff, Ethan Scheinberg and Avi Groff; three great-grandchildren: Ariana Lopez, Cameron Lopez and Gavin Lopez, and one retired Greyhound Racer.

NOVEMBER 9, 2012
11:00 A.M.

Rabbi Chaim Block & Hazzan Jeremy Lipton officiating. In lieu of customary remembrances, contributions may be directed to the San Antonio Food Bank, 5200 West Old US Hwy 90, San Antonio, TX 78227 www.safoodbank.org/ or to the Humane Society of San Antonio, 4804 Fredericksburg Rd., San Antonio, TX 78229 www.sahumane.org

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Published in Express-News on Nov. 9, 2012
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