Arnold Sadwin, MD
Dr. Arnold Sadwin, aged 88, died at his home of complications following a heart attack, on Sunday, April 19, 2015. Arnold, along with all four of his brothers, served in WWII. Dr. Sadwin received his bachelor's degree from Boston University and his medical degree from Chicago Medical School. He practiced for 59 years and is former Chief of Neuropsychiatry at Graduate Hospital and Assistant Clinical Professor of Neurology and Psychiatry at University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Sadwin was a pioneer in diagnosing and treating post-concussion syndrome. He co-authored, along with fellow physicians William H. Simon and George E. Ehrlich "Conquering Chronic Pain After Injury". Over the years of his practice thousands of patients benefited from his clinical skills, compassion, and understanding. Dr. Sadwin was a kind, gentle, considerate, compassionate man of many skills and varied interests including piano, photography, sculpting, travel, and writing poetry. A true Renaissance Man. Our world is less for his passing. His greatest joy was always his family with whom he had an exceptionally close and loving relationship. He is survived by his wife of 60 years, Sue Matney Sadwin, Esq., his children Donna Sadwin, Stuart (Valerie) Sadwin and Lori (Paul) O'Leary, his grandchildren Michael O'Leary, Allyson Sadwin, Kelly Sadwin and Moya O'Leary and a sister Thelma Shulins. Relatives and friends are invited Mon. beginning 11:15 am to
2001 Berlin Road
Cherry Hill, NJ
where funeral services will begin promptly at 12:00 noon. Ent. Locustwood Memorial Park. Contributions can be made to Cong. B'nai Israel, 224 Prospect Street, Woonsocket, RI 02895.
Published by Courier Post on Apr. 20, 2015.