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1924 - 2017 Obituary Condolences
Joseph Paul Mardesich M.D. Obituary
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August 18, 2018

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September 16, 2017
Will miss him at the annual family barbeques! God bless you, Deann, and your family during this sad time.
September 8, 2017
Doctor Joe was a great guy. All of us at the Dalmatian-American Club will miss him dearly.

Our prayers and thoughts go out to his family.

Eddy and Dana Spralja
September 4, 2017
May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
September 3, 2017
My deepest condolences to Dr. Mardesich's family.

I loved Dr. M. For years he took care of my husband who, in his early 20s, was diagnosed with a rare form of eye disease, often referred to as junior macular degeneration.

It wouldn't have been an easy disease for anyone, but maybe especially so for my husband. He was an English professor at Loyola Marymount University. He spent really long, slow, laborious hours reading literature and preparing for class because everything he read required a huge magnifying glass.

Dr. M could not cure the disease, but he ALWAYS kept my husband abreast of the latest scientific findings on the disease, and ALWAYS treated my husband as if he were the most important patient in the world to him.

They also shared many a chuckle over a Jesuit-related joke or story. Dr. M. had a wonderful sense of humor.

Thank you, Dr. M, for helping my husband navigate the many challenges his eye disease gave him, and for giving him every single tool in your MD toolbox, most especially, your affection and empathy.