William E. Cornatzer

Huntsville, Alabama

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I would like to offer my condolences to the entire family. Know that I will have you in my thoughts and prayers. May God be with you durring this difficult time.

This seems like the closing of a chapter for those who went through the biochemistry graduate program at UND during the '70s and '80s. Dr. "C" provided that extra energy I sometimes had to dig for. He managed this, usually, by making me laugh. I remember him fondly and he continues to bring a smile to my lips

To the Cornatzer Family: While I never met your father, I have Dr. Bill (the younger) as my dermatologist. I appreciate his attention and care for my needs and know that he must have gained much from his relationship with his father. Dr.Bill, our sympathies are with you and all the family.

Ernie and Donna Borr

To the Cornatzer Family:
I was saddened to hear of Dr. Cornatzer's passing, (from Marlys K. at UND.) I would like to express my sympathy and condolances to your family.
I began working for the UND Dept. of Biochemistry as a secretary a few months before I graduated from high school in 1974, until I graduated from UND in 1983 and moved to Naples, FL. I learned so much from Dr. C. His energy and enthusiasm were influential, along with his zest for life and nature. I enjoyed...

To the Cornatzer Family:
I want to take this early opportunity to express my condolences to the Cornatzer family. I am very saddened by Dr. Cornatzer's death, but most grateful for the leadership and example that he provided as Chairman of the Department of Biochemistry. Most of my adult life has been spent in Grand Forks because Dr. Cornatzer recruited me to be a member of his faculty. It has been an excellent fit for me and I have Dr. Cornatzer and other faculty members to thank...


William's Obituaries

Sept. 23, 1918 Sept. 16, 2004 William Eugene Cornatzer, Ph.D., M.D., of Huntsville died Thursday at Huntsville Hospital. He was 85. Dr. Cornatzer was born in Mocksville, N.C., on Sept. 23, 1918, the son of Mr. and Mrs. William P. Cornatzer. He graduated from Wake Forest University in 1939, with a...

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