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October 15, 2018

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August 31, 2018
I'm so sorry to hear about Dr. Iwamaye's passing. He is in Heaven with his dad. Dr. Iwamaye was referred to me, when I moved to NJ from Brooklyn, NY over 20 years ago. Very pleasant, caring, professional, along with compassion. He always had an engaging conversation during my visit, like friends catching up on family. I remember when his dad became ill & his passing. Dr. Iwamaye kept his patients well informed. A true advocate. I could go on. God Bless him. My sincere sympathy to the Iwamaye family.
August 16, 2018
My deepest condolences to the Iwamaye family. Dr. Iwamaye delivered my son 28 years ago in February. He was a gentle, kind doctor. may he rest in peace.
August 10, 2018
Always in my thoughts and heart
August 8, 2018
As all his other patients can attest, Dr. Iwamaye was a brilliant, selfless and compassionate Dr. who guided me through some difficult health crisis (s) and surgery. He always made himself available and I trusted him completely with my care. I will never forget his sense of humor (he told me one day he wanted a pogo stick to help him exercise) and his compassionate manner. He could always make me laugh and I loved being his patient. My prayers and thoughts are with his wife and family. It pains me deeply to think that he was not able to enjoy them after working so hard for all those years. I will never forget him, he was a remarkable man and he deserves to rest in peace.