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September 26, 2018

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George was my first teacher in PM&R residency at Ohio State and had a lasting impact on me and my teaching as we became colleagues and friends. I mention him often as I teach EMG to residents now. He taught me to use my ear and appreciate the musical nature of needle electromyography, one of the ways that our shared interest in music helped us connect. He also showed me how video and computer technologies would affect medical practice and education long before others could use them.
Bill Pease
February 20, 2018
Dan,
I remember the way that you would reference your dad about his successes and travels. Certainly your admiration for him, but we were in HS at that time. Most teenagers assumed that our dad's could walk on water. He sounded so vibrant and driven. I think that I only met him once (I remember your mom more clearly).
You moved away from and beyond scenic Central Ohio decades ago. A shift that sent you to CA to warm your face in the sun, plant some roots and grow fruit trees in your yard. Find healing through distance from the stuff of our pasts. You soared and your dad was so proud. I know through you he had so much hope. He was proud of you. He gave you the basis for being who you are. Because you are a fine person, he is remembered by giving us you. Thank you, George. RIP. I hope that you and your family find comfort during this sad time.
- Su Krauss. Columbus, Ohio