Mitchell-Kasovac-Obituary

Mitchell Kasovac D.O.

Phoenix, Arizona

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Kasovac, Mitchell D.O. 76, of Phoenix, AZ passed April 5, 2014. He is survived by wife of 51 years, Martha Ann (Tonti) Kasovac, 5 children, 9 grandchildren, sister Peggy Meyendorff. He attended Wayne State Univ. and Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine. He married in Detroit, MI 1962,...

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I have often wondered about Mitch & Marti ❣ It has been many years since we have last seen each other. I found an old Christmas letter from 2012 and reread it with a smile- such beautiful people.

I remember Mitch as a friendly and loving mentor to me when we were on the AOA Board of Trustees together. He taught me much simply by his superlative example of being honest, caring, dedicated to the profession, and kindness to all that he met.

I did not know of his...

When I was a medical student rotating through Phoenix General Hospital, Dr.Kasovac was a good influence. When my mother's involvement with the ladies guild at my parent's parish in Sun City led to a significant donation to the care of indigent patients in Phoenix, he remembered that years later when we met again in Oklahoma. I will always remember him as a caring and good person!
Anne Williams, D.O.

Marti and family, Mitch will be missed for being a compassionate doctor, a good father and husband, and a great professional resource for the AOA and his community. May God bless you all.

He will be missed and loved as a great person and mentor! God Bless & God Speed! Dan Callan DO/MPH

We are so sorry to hear of Dr. Kasovac's passing. He will be very missed. Many years ago, I worked as a labor/del. nurse at the old PGH. He was always professional, caring and his patients loved him. You are in our thoughts & prayers. Martha and Steve Brack from Puyallup, WA.

Dear kasovac Family,I met Mitch at Wayne University in 1955 in a pre-med course and found him to be friendly,engaging,and outgoing.Although our paths deviated significantly and I did not run into him for another 25 yrs.,he remained just as friendly when I renewed our acquaintance on multiple occasions over the past 30 years.We shared not only our D.O. degrees but our ethnicity as well.He was a remarkable representative of our profession as well a servant leader.God bless him and your...

Thank you Mitch and Marty. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

Janet and John Bodell

He was the consummate gentleman and a good friend. I loved chatting with him. We had a great camaraderie.

Marti, So many memories of really good times way back when. Those of us who know him, studied with him and did all the other good stuff will treasure those times and such good feelings. I am so personally indebted to him for the tremendous support during some hard times. Best to you. Know it's a rough time. Hugs, Terry Dierdorff