Richard-DYSART-Obituary

Richard DYSART

Hamilton, Ohio

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Dick was a tremendous physician, person, friend and role model. We all are better people for knowing him.
My thoughts are with you.

I worked many years in the recovery room with Dr Dysart at the old hospital. He was great at his work and always cheerful. My prayers and thoughts go out to the family.He was loved by many people.

Dear Family of Dr Dysart,
I was shocked to hear of the death of Dr Dysart. I did not know he had had such an end of life illness. I, too worked with the Dr in the Recovery Room at MRH. He was such a stabilizer in an emergency. I never saw him upset, as I am sure he must have have been inwardly. He was as someone else mentioned in the guest book, a true gentleman. Please accept my condolences in the loss of your husband and father.
Doris Heffron

I worked with Dr Dysart for many years in the Recovery Room at MRH. He was a first class gentleman and an excellent physician. My thoughts and prayers are with his famlly.

I worked with Dr.Dysart for many years at MRH. He was both a great doctor and person. He taught me so much about post anesthesia care. I will always be grateful for the things he taught me when I was " a young nurse".

Joy, Erin, and Stephanie I am so sorry for your loss. I pray God comfort you during this difficult time.

Dad - Christmas 2010

Dear Joy, Stephanie and Erin, I am so very sorry for your loss. Dick was a wonderful, kind man and doctor. Know you are in my thoughts.

Drs. Varney, Dysart, Stegemiller and Turner - September 1990

Obituary

Richard's Obituary

News Death NoticeDYSART, Richard age 84 of Lebanon, died Monday morning, September 17, 2012 at his residence. Dr. Dysart was born September 1, 1928 in Columbus, Ohio the son of Rufus Dysart and Hallie (Benedict) Dysart. He graduated from the Ohio State University Medical School and...

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