JASLOW, ALBERT C., M.D. 1920-2018 Dr. Jaslow was born to Max and Dorothy Schomer Jaslow in Detroit, Michigan. He graduated from Central High School and the University of Michigan. He served as one of the first Radar Officers in the Army Air Corps in WWII in Italy. Al returned to the University of Michigan for his Master's Degree and then to Wayne State School of Medicine to earn his degree in Medicine. He came to Miami to intern at JMH where he met his first wife, the late Sara Burriss and the mother of his five children, Craig, Cindi Cook (Tom), Kirk (Laura), Lane and Lori Jaslow (Luis Rodriguez). Al did his residency in Psychiatry at St. Elizabeth Mental Hospital in Washington, D.C. In 1982 he married Frances Seymour Brooks, R.N. She has a son, Steve (Cathy) and daughter, Julie Vail (John). They enjoyed a beautiful life in Doral Colony and made many lasting friends, loved cruising, golf and their family and friends. Dr. Jaslow had an interesting career as one of the first forensic psychiatrists in Miami. He was active in many medical associations and continued to work for the Probate Court after he retired until he reached 94. He was also an original member of the Key Biscayne Yacht Club. In addition to his children, Al is survived by his beloved wife, Frances; grandchildren, Sean, Justin and Troy Cook, Mats and Kaley Jaslow and Ren‚e Rodriguez; step-grandchildren, Vanessa Brooks, April, Jonathan and Kendall Vail; and step-great-grandchildren, Lillian and Evelyn Turner and Dakota Hamilton. Memorial Gathering will take place from 3-6 PM on Sunday, April 8th at Stanfill Funeral Home. Contributions would be appreciated to: The Albert C. Jaslow, M.D. Endowed Fund for Psychiatric and Behavioral Sciences Research, c/o Wayne State University, Office of Donor Relations, 5700 Cass Avenue, Suite 1200, Detroit, MI 48202.
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Published by the Miami Herald on Apr. 5, 2018.