Dr. Kenneth E. Blotner
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BLOTNER, Dr. Kenneth E. Of Boston, formerly of Brookline, on October 1, 2010. Dr. Blotner graduated Brookline High School class 1956, Tufts University, 1960 and Tufts Medical School, 1964. Dr. Blotner served in The U.S. Army Medical Corps as a Major. He was a prominent physician in the field of Obstetrics and Gynecology, a Fellow of the American Obstetrical and Gynecological Society, member of the American Fertility Society, the Alumni Council of Tufts University and Medical School. Dr. Blotner trained at the Free Hospital For Women and The Boston Lying in Hospital now known as The Brigham and Women's Hospital. He taught at Brigham and Women's Hospital. He was Treasurer of The Boston Medical Library at Harvard Medical School, Editor of the Tufts Medical School Alumni Bulletin. He served on the Advisory Board of Tufts University Hillel and Board of Directors of Congregation Mishkan Tefila. Dr. Blotner was the beloved husband of Phyllis (Stone) Blotner. Devoted father of Amy Blotner, Mark David Blotner and his wife Cindy of Newton. Dear grandfather of Matthew Zimmer, Sara Zimmer, Adam Goffstein, Melissa Blotner, Sabrina Blotner and Leo Blotner. Dear brother of Ellen Lipson and her husband Dr. Charles Lipson. Loving brother in law of Eleanor Ross and her husband Jeffrey. Services at Congregation Mishkan Tefila, 300 Hammond Pond Parkway, Newton, on Monday October 4 at 11:00 am. Following interment at Sharon Memorial Park the family will return to Congregation Mishkan Tefila until 4:00 pm. Memorial observance will continue at his residence from 7-9pm and Tuesday thru Thursday 2-4, 7-9 p.m. In lieu of flowers remembrances may be made to The Dr. Kenneth E. Blotner Scholarship Fund c/o Tufts University Medical School, 136 Harrison Ave., Boston, MA 02111. Brezniak-Rodman Chapel www.brezniakrodman.com 617-969-0800



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September 27, 2019
Dr. Blotner was my doctor for many years. He greeted me with a smile each time I saw him. He was very down to earth. Dr. Blotner was an outstanding doctor and person. Young doctors today need a Dr. Blotner in their hearts and in their relationships with patients. They must be humble as Dr. Blotner was. I earned a Ph.D. in history in 1972. My head and heart and knowledge permeated my teaching young and older students at Northeastern University and Boston University. I wish the young doctors of today would demonstrate their knowledge of medicine along with they are administering their hearts to other human beings. This applies to young doctors and nurses. A sweet smile with sparkling eyes and feet on the ground is what Dr. Blotner demonstrated. I think of his caring heart. Lois D. Wasserman, Ph.D.
Lois Wasserman
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August 6, 2018
Wow just found out so sad my mom had Dr. Blotner for a long time he delivered my brother in 75 and my sister in 81 so I knew him as a little girl and then he became my dr. My mom would drive from Portsmouth Nh to Brookline just for her appointments she didn't trust anyone else. When I moved away I had to find a new dr and it took a long time to find one as he set the standard so high so to his family I am truly sadden to her of your loss he was truly a remarkable person always had a bright smile
Lisa Timpe
July 2, 2014
I just read this as I have often wondered about him...he was a wonderful and caring doctor, and I was blessed to have had him deliver our daughter in the early 1980's. I remember his soothing manner especially as Lindsay was a preemie...of course, all went as well as he promised. Always in my heart, Deena Frio
November 17, 2013
Dr Blotner remains my gold standard for physicians - an extraordinary doctor, counselor, old world gentleman. My own debt to him is immeasurable: I am alive today because of him. However belated they may be, I send heartfelt condolences to his family.
Al Prince
July 31, 2012
I am stunned to hear of Dr. Blotner's passing. He was not only an excellent physician but a wonderful, caring person. He delivered my first two children in 1972 and 1974. After moving away from Boston, I realized how fantastic he was when my new obstetrician came no where near Dr. Blotner's high standards and caring demeanor. I'm honored to have had my first two children delivered by him. I'll never forget this wonderful man who helped me through two difficult deliveries.
Karen Margosian
July 26, 2012
To the family of Dr. Blotner, I am so sorry to learn of his passing. No words are adequate, but I wish healing to your hearts and peace to your spirits. He was a wonderful physician, but more than that he was a kind and compassionate man.
Gail Rosman
June 16, 2012
I haven't seen you for 35 years, since my son was delivered by you in Boston. I was just wondering about you, as I plan to visit my son very near to where your practice was. I will miss you and your wonderful kindness, care, and smile.
Linda Lombardo
June 16, 2012
Dear family of Dr.Blotner: I am sorry for your loss, he delivered my youngest son Matthew in Boston Women's Lying Inn in 1976 and I appreciated all his kindness and understanding while I was his patient. On my six week visit post partum, As he looked at my son and I said his name, he repeated "mattyhoo" jokingly and smiled at what a "good big baby" he was. I can still hear him, "Loved him and respected him"
Linda Lombardo
March 28, 2012
Dear family of Dr. Blotner: I am deeply saddened to learn that the world is bereft of one of the finest doctors and human beings I have ever known. He was my gynecologist from roughly 1980 until he retired (when he called me personally to tell me -- I cried). I loved Dr. Blotner. He cared for me through several very traumatic health crises, including breaking the news to me that I needed breast cancer treatment. He always asked if I had time for a mammogram at the end of our appt and he'd send me downstairs and that was that. Until the last time when I was asked to return to his office. He not only likely saved my life but gave me recommendations for the Very Best Doctors in Boston. He always made me feel so cherished not just as a patient but as a young woman. He was kind, respectful, concerned for my overall well-being, and just the nicest man. He would always conclude his examinations by saying "You're perfect." And in that moment I truly believed I was. I'm sure he had that effect on all his patients and I can only imagine the terrible loss his passing is to his family. Oh how he loved his wife and children and grandchildren! We talked about everything and he gave me wonderful care. No matter what decisions I made, he assured me that his only concern was for my health. Honestly, I think he cared for my whole person, and I loved him for it. Offering you my deepest sympathy seems so inadequate. I am so sorry for your loss. He was a great, great man.
Andrea Shanahan
January 3, 2012
So sorry to just hear of Ken's passing.We send our sincerest sympathys Gerald and Linda Giagrando
September 21, 2011
I did not know Dr. Blotner died. I just could not believe it. He always wore a smile on his face. He was my doctor for a number of years and I appreciate his dedication, devotion,professionalism
and, let me add, caring about is patients. I wish I could have seen him to say goodbye to him and let him know
what a wonderful person and doctor he was.
Lois wasserman
July 1, 2011
One beautiful summer morning, for some reason, I thought of Dr. Blotner. What a wonderful man. Belatedly, I am so saddened to hear of his passing, but seeing this picture and reading all of these posts, only confirms my memories of this wonderful doctor and very kind man.

I, too, had the good fortune of being a patient for over twenty years; both of my sons, now 30 and 34 were brought into this world by Dr. Blotner. On the first delivery night, I'd heard that he and his wife were having Chinese food when we interrupted them for a little boy who longed to be born.

As "older" (in those days) first parents, we were nervous, but Dr. B was so caring, reassuring, and kind. Thanks to Dr. Blotner, our second son was one of the first in Boston to be born without a repeat C-section. Dr. Blotner was the kind of physician that honors and brings honor to the profession. Our (belated) condolences to his family. I know that you will carry him in your hearts forever and am sure that he treasured such a loving family
Cynthia and Arthur Carpenter Klein
February 9, 2011
My son was delivered by Doctor Blotner in February of 1978. The subway was running but the roads were still closed to regular car traffic.(The blizzard of "78) In Boston he was the only practitioner of the method: Birth Without Violence. That son is now in the Army training to be an intelligence analyst. The next two children were actually born at the Leboyer Clinic in Paris. Dr.Blotner was so kind and caring. A truly great man. I am sorry for your loss. He made such a difference in this world. Thank you.
Jeanne Morris Balukas
December 23, 2010
We cannot begin to express the sorrow we felt learning of Kenny's passing, we knew he had retired for health reasons, but was hoping he would play a lot more rounds of golf and have more time to enjoy the family he treasured.
Ken took care of our whole family, mother, 4 daughters, and grand-daughters. If you needed a gyn-ob it was Ken.
I was the lucky one who found Ken and had the priveledge of him delivering all 4 of my children (the last twins). For more than 30 years Ken was always there, always with a smile, a kind word, advise when you needed it, a blood test to get married (cause this one is right for you), refer you to a doctor when you asked (and they where the best in their field), and always gave you hope.

If it was not for Ken's intervention on my behalve for a back problem I may have been parylized, but because he made the calls to get me seen just before christmas of 1997, I had surgery on December 27 and made a full recovery. How do you say thank You?

Just looking at the picture and remembering how truely wonderful a person,doctor,husband,father,grandfather,and so much more. We miss him

We thought the day he retired was hard, this is so much harder.

We hope your family finds peace in his memories, as we do!
Ellen Powers
October 18, 2010
Dear Phyllis and Family:
I was deeply saddened to only just
now learn of Kenny's passing two weeks
ago, and extend my heartfelt and profound
condolences to you, your children, and
all the family.
From reading all the incredible
tributes in this guest book, there is
little one can possibly add.
May your journey through your grief
be a gentle one and may his memory be
for a great and good blessing.
With sympathy and understanding,

MARTY SILVERMAN
Marty Silverman
October 14, 2010
Ken was a year ahead of me at Tufts Medical, and I often had the opportunity to work with him during our clinical rotations. He always knew all the important data about our patients, both medical and personal. He took the extra time and effort necessary to acquaint himself with his patients as fellow human beings,not just as strangers in time of medical need.
His bedside manner was unique in my experience. He had the ability to easily impart a sense of serentiy to his anxious and worried patients. I was so impressed with his manner and expertise, that when my own children were to be born, I could think of nobody else by Ken to deliver them, which he did. .
He was such an amazingly gentle and gifted man as well as an extremely competent and caring physician. Ken was a role model for all of us. His passing drastically diminishes the medical profession and indeed, all of us.
CWKaiser MD
cw kaiser
October 9, 2010
Dear Phyllis,

Sorry to be potentially redundant but this memory is one I cannot get out of mind and hope you don't mind my sharing it.

A Good Memoryby Leland Katz on Thursday, October 7, 2010 at 8:36am
"Yellow bird, high up in banana tree."

It's early evening the first week of August, 1961. The tenor voice has an island lilt to it and steel drums thrum in the background.

Kenny, Phyllis, Judy and I are on the Castle Harbour beach in Bermuda -- rum swizzles in hand. It's our honeymoon and our entire lives lie before us.

Military service, civilian careers; triumphs, disappointments; joys, tragedies; children, grandchildren; travel, adventure and more.

We are 22, 21 and 20 and it's almost 50 years ago. I remember it as if it were yesterday.
October 9, 2010
Dear Phyllis,
My family and I are thinking of you with love and support during this time of loss. Please extend our sympathy to your children and grandchildren on the loss of their father and grandfather. I know he was beloved to each of you.
With deep sympathy,
Your cousin,
Barbara Lewis
Barbara Lewis
October 9, 2010
Dear Phyllis,

Following are some thoughts I posted as a note to my Facebook page. I hope you don't mind and know you know the stories but for others who may visit these pages.

A Sad Dayby Leland Katz on Wednesday, October 6, 2010 at 12:57pm





Yesterday, October 4th was a sad day as the world said goodbye to a good man who truly lived up to the Jewish imperative to do everything you can to make this world a better place than it would have been had you not been in it. On a more selfish level, Judy and I lost a good friend whom we had known for over 49 years. We met Dr. Kenneth E. Blotber (Kenny to us) when he and his Phyllis and we were on our way to Bermuda to celebrate our mutual honeymoons having both been married on July 30, 1961. Since then, it was the rare year when one or the other of us was too far from home for us not to celebrate our mutual wedding anniversaries together.



As I returned from Europe at the end of my military service, Kenny was just finishing medical school and as I struggled with more or (occasionally) less success with a career in high tech marketing and sales, Kenny fell naturally and with grace into what he was meant to do -- bring life into this world. The obituary says he was a "prominent physician." That is not the half of the story. Kenny was a mensch in the finest Yiddish sense of that German word that translates literally into "human." In Yiddish, a mensh is a person with whom you would be happy to befriend and associate with, because you feel genuine in a mensch's presence. That was Kenny Blotner.



Once, Kenny came home with a new but not ostentatious Buick. My Judy asked him why, saying he could afford any car he wanted. Kenny's answer was telling. "My dear," he said, "being rich is being able to afford whatever you want and then buying what you want." Kenny didn't need an "important" and expensive car to validate himself or impress the world around him. He always knew who he was and, while being an OBGYN doc was an important pat of that, being a husband, father and grandfather was always also an important part of who he was. I cannot count the number of anniversary celebratory meals at a restaurant when Kenny had the appetizer, left to deliver a baby and returned just in time for desert. Someone said he delivered around 5,000 babies. More importantly, he helped women and couples who wanted a family and had difficulty through those difficulties and made their families possible for them.



When our son was married five years ago and other of our friends could not come to New York for the wedding, Kenny and Phyllis were there. When I returned from the hospital after my back surgery last year, Kenny and Phyllis were the first to show up with food and good conversation.



Kenny would have loved his funeral procession. A hundred cars long, it included four State Police on motorcycles leap-frogging each other to stop cross traffic and/or highway entrance traffic from breaking into the procession. It would have appealed to his wonderfully dry sense of humor.



Kenny, we will miss you and we hope that with time the sadness we feel will fade. But the memories will always remain. And the memories are good.
Lee Katz
October 9, 2010
Phyllis, Amy & Mark,

Kenny was a very special man which is obvious by all the wonderful messages from his patients. I was never one of his patients but I was blessed to have such a warm and caring man catch me when I dropped into this world. Thank you for sharing such a wonderful man with the babies like me who needed him.
Amy Balonis
October 9, 2010
Dear Mrs. Blottner: Ken was a good friend and professional colleague for many years. I am so sorry he has been ill recently and has now passed on. My condolences to you and family.

Peter Tishler, M. D.
Brigham and Women's Hospital
Peter Tishler
October 8, 2010
Phyllis,
Jerry Bergheim via Eliot Spack just emailed me about Ken's passing.( One of the few disadvantages of living in southern Arizona is being out of the loop!) My sincere condolences to you and the children and grandchildren at this time.
Several thoughts come to mind which I hope will be comforting. First, you two were so blessed to have each other for so many decades!! A rare gift!! Second, both Ken and I grew up with amazing Tufts Med Dads and somehow managed to make our marks as well. Ken's medical career as well as his kindness, his friendship, his good nature, and his devotion to family (all extraordinary) will long be remembered. Thirdly, going to high school, college, and med school together created a kind of unspoken bond that he and I shared. I felt comfortable enough to talk to Ken 5-6 years ago about my son, David and Tufts Med School after my first wife, Judy, died over a decade ago, and David then decided that he wanted to devote his life to medicine. (David graduates Tufts Med. this coming May!) Lastly, after a time, the warmth of so many happy memories will displace the much of the deep loss of now (I know).
Thinking of you,
Alan
Alan Delman
October 7, 2010
To the Blotner family

Dr. Blotner was probably the finest doctor ever. i was his patient for many years. He was extremely caring and so easy to talk to. I can not find another Dr. Blotner, he can never be replaced. I am thinking about you at this most difficult time.Ilene Liner(Needham,MA)
October 6, 2010
Dear Phyllis, All of my thoughts have been said, the kindness and compassion of Dr. Blotner and his caring, sensitive ways. My visits to him were always special whether I was sharing my appointment with a friend or my mom. Chatting about our times in Hull or his love of golf and his beautiful family. He will be greatly missed. Wishing you comfort and love
Marcia Schneider
October 6, 2010
Dear Phyllis, My name is Elaine Anoli and I was a patient of Dr. Blotner's since 1970 until he retired. My husband and I send our deepest sympathy to you and your family and are truly sorry for your loss. He delivered my two boys, Eric 32 and Matthew 29. I never had a primary care doctor. Kenny did it all. I sent all my family and friends to him. What I remember about him was his compassion,gentleness and truly caring for the human being. His sense of humor; when my husband would be in the waiting room he would pick up the phone and say "send in Mr. Anoli." They would talk about sports and family. He would always talk about his family and how proud he was to be a husband, father and grandfather. There will never be another Dr. Kennneth Blotner he was "ONE IN A MILLION" Again, we send our condolences to you and your family. Ron & Elaine Anoli, Boston, MA
Elaine Anoli
October 6, 2010
To the Blotner family; I join the rest of Dr. Blotners patients in expressing my sincere sorrow at his passing...he was such a family man, as evidenced by the many pictures in his office and the pride and love in his voice as he spoke of each of you. May you find comfort and strength in knowing how many people loved and cared for him.
Patty Weeks
October 5, 2010
Mark,
We are very sorry to learn of your Dad's passing. After reading the beautiful entries about your Father it explains why you are such a great guy. They say the apple doesn't fall far from the tree. He was an accomplished doctor, but even more important a great Dad and Grandfather. Your Mom, You & Cindy and the kids are in our prayers.
Jerry and Aoibheann McDermott
Jerry McDermott
October 5, 2010
I was greatly saddened to hear about Dr. Blotner's passing. He was my doctor for around 30 years. He was warm, kind and compassionate. My heart goes out to you. There are not many like him.
Karen DiRocco
October 4, 2010
I am saddened to hear about Dr. Blotner's passing, I consider myself to have been extremely fortunate to have been a patient of his. I started going to see him when I was in my 20's and continued until his retirement some 23 years later. I continued to be his patient even after I moved to New Jersey because he was that special. He was a wonderfully warm, caring, humorous and decent soul. In reading what was written in this guest book, I realize that all of us former patients have the same memories of his compassion and concern. It is quite a legacy. I am so sorry for your loss.
Linda Pochesci
October 4, 2010
Dear Mark, Cindy, Melissa, Sabrina, and Leo, McKenna and I would like to express our condolences for the loss of your father, and grandfather. Although we did not know him, he sounded like an incredible guy, and I'll bet you have many cherished memories to hold onto. You and your entire family are in our thoughts and prayers at this difficult time. Sincerely, Colleen
October 4, 2010
Dear Phyllis, Amy and Mark,

It was with such sadness that we attended the beautiful service for Kenny today. We were priviledged to be there and hear all the wonderful rememberances of him. I loved the guest book entry that mentioned the "glimmer" in his eye because that is how I always will remember him. We know how enormous your loss is but please know that you are all in our thoughts and prayers.

Love,
Ed & Andrea
Andrea Nasson
October 4, 2010
Kenny Blotner was a fraternity brother of mine at Phi Ep at Tufts. He was just a really great guy who was bright, decent and a pleasure to be around. My best to his family.
richard levine
October 4, 2010
Dear Phyllis,
We were deeply saddened to learn of Kenny's passing. We hope you find some comfort in knowing how loved and respected he was and how many of us treasured his friendship. Our thoughts are with you and the children.
Myrna & Stanley Levin
October 4, 2010
Dear Phyllis,
So sorry to learn that Ken has passed. My deepest sympathy to you and your family. May his memory be a blessing to you forever.
Carol Woolf
Carol Woolf
October 4, 2010
Dear Phyllis and Family,
Kenny was a dear man and an excellent physician. As one of his colleagues, I will always remember him for his good humor, warmth and and concern for others. He was truly a "mensch" and will be greatly missed
Mark Kaplan
Mark Kaplan
October 4, 2010
Dear Phyllis,
Words are truly inadequate to express how sorry I am for your loss. Florida will certainly never be the same without seeing both of you together. Please know that my thoughts are with you during this very difficult time. With love......
Alyse Levin
October 4, 2010
I was saddened to learn of Kenny's passing.He was my doctor until he retired and was very special.My condolences to his family.
Rachel Freedberg Gordon
October 4, 2010
Mark-
I am so sorry to hear about your dad. My thoughts are with you and your family.
Regards
Steven Madoff
s madoff
October 4, 2010
Dear Phyllis and family,
All our heartfelt condolences go out to you and your family. Dr Blotner was a wonderful and thoughtful person. We hope that memories of happy times will be a source of comfort to you and your family. He was my special doctor until he retired.
Sandy Salzman and family
October 4, 2010
On behalf of the Nechtem clan, our deepest sympathy goes out to you, Phyllis and your lovely family. We simply adored Dr. Blotner. Our thoughts and prayers are with you .
Karen,Amy,Todd and Lynne.
October 4, 2010
It is with deep sadness that I learned of Dr. Blotner's death. He was my late wife's OB/GYN and delivered both my children. His warmth and caring manner was very special during her prenatal visits. We always left his office with a smile on our faces. My sincere sympathy to the Blotner family.
Fred Cohen, Wayland
October 4, 2010
Phyllis:

Michael and I were terribly saddened to hear of he news about Kenny. Please know our hearts go out to you and your family. Deb Goldberg and Michael Winter
October 4, 2010
My prayers and thoughts are with you and your family. I am a former patient and was fortunate to have such a kind, caring doctor. After his retirement, on a flight to Fl one year, a message came over the intercom requesting a doctor. A few rows up, Dr Blotner stood up and took care of the young woman who was in distress. Such a wonderful man. God bless him.
Mary Ferris
October 4, 2010
Our sincere condolences---Katie Nechtem Clayman& Richard Clayman
Richard Clayman
October 4, 2010
Dear Phyllis,
We were so sorry to hear of your loss and extend our sincere sympathy to you and the family.
judie & Arnold Schlager
October 4, 2010
Dr. Blotner was my doctor for many years until he retired and I have not found a doctor like him since. He was so kind, gentle and warm like no other doctor that I have ever seen. He always made you feel very special with his caring manner. He took pride in his profession with his patients which is hard to find today. My thoughts are with his family during this difficult time.
Susan Killoren
October 3, 2010
Dear Phyllis,
With heartfelt condolences to you and your family. We were very sad to hear of Kenny's passing away. May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief.
Anita and Stan Schreiber
Anita Schreiber
October 3, 2010
Dear Phyllis,
With heartfelt sympathy to you and your family. We were very sad to hear of Kenny's passing. May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief.
Anita and Stan Schreiber
Anita Anita Schreiber
October 3, 2010
Dr. Blotner was my doctor for many years and he was such a very special man. He was so kind, gentle and warm and like no other doctor that I have ever seen. He always made me feel very special with his caring manner. My thoughts are with his family at this difficult time.
margaret lynch
October 3, 2010
Dear Phyllis,
My sincere condolences go to you and your
family of the passing of Ken.Last February
I was pleased to see you, after many
years, at the Boston Club at Broken Sound
in Boca.Sadly he will be missed.
judi priluck
Judith Priluck
October 3, 2010
Dear Cousin Phyllis, Amy, Mark and grandchildren: I'm heartbroken over the loss of Cousin Kenny. I will miss his smiling face, his dry humor, his kindness, caring and his compassion for others. He treated me special, when I needed it, as a little girl growing up in Hull. I promise you I will always think of Cousin Kenny and I will always love him. I am deeply sorry for your loss. God Bless you Cousin Kenny. love Cousin Dorothy
Dorothy Maxwell
October 3, 2010
Dear Phyllis,

We were very sad to hear of Kenny's passing away. He was a wonderful person. Ken and I go back over sixty years when we were at summer camp. I always looked forward to our golf games. He will be missed and we send you and the family our deepest sympathy.
Ted & Cassie Kaplan
October 3, 2010
Dr. Blotner was one of the kindest most caring persons I will ever know. Mrs. Blotner, we wish you strength and courage through this difficult time, our love is with you. May you find happiness in all the wonderful memories. With Love,
Daniel Whitney & Natalie Mang
Daniel Whitney
October 3, 2010
Dear Phyllis,
Please accept my expression of sympathy which I am extending to you on the loss of your husband. My thoughts are with you at this time.
Arlene Perlis Bloom
October 3, 2010
Phyllis, so sorry for your loss. May your many happy years together bring confort to you and your family
Judy Gordon
October 3, 2010
Dear Blotner Family,
Dr. B was the best and I am forever grateful for the great care that he gave me for many years. I was so heart broken when he retired. A very gentle man who really cared and loved his patients. Rest in peace Dr. B you will be forever missed. His family are in our thoughts and prayers.....
Thank you Dr. B
Lorna
October 3, 2010
Our deepest sympathy for all of you at this very sad time in your lives. We wish you strength, grace, and courage to help you with your very sad loss. From Millie and Jack Berman, Sharon, Ma
October 3, 2010
I grew up with Ken on Clark Rd ..We went to Runkle, BHS and Tufts together....I send all of your family my sympathy and know that Ken was loved by many and lived a wonderful life.....All my best to all of you..Sally Gutlon Sussman
Sally Sussman
October 3, 2010
We're very sorry to hear of Dr. Blotner's passing. Despite changes going on for him physically these last few years, he still looked you right in the eye with his trademark smile, gave you a strong handshake and showed genuine interest in what might be happening in your life. We're very sorry to hear of his loss. He will be sorely missed.

Take care Doc.
Rick, Jaimie & Zachary Bern
October 3, 2010
Dear Phyllis,
Our thoughts are with you during this difficult time. We hope that memories of happy times will be a source of comfort to you and your family.
Joanne and Lance Davlin
October 2, 2010
Dear Mrs Blotner and Family,
What a beautiful photograph you have chosen of our beloved Dr. B. He had the same glimmer in his eye the day that he told me that I was going to have my first baby. Dr. Blotner was such a treasure. Every visit with him included his magical glimmer, his warm hugs, and of course, his jokes. Even when he had bad news to deliver, it was with a warm smile and a tender touch. He was a master at putting his patients at ease with his warmth, constant humor, and parental care. I consider myself a very fortunate girl to have been cared for by such a lovely man.
Sincerely,
Jackie
Jackie Cerel
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