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Jeffrey L Blumer
11 avril , 1951 – 21 octobre , 2019
Jeffrey L. Blumer, PhD, MD Born in Philadelphia, PA on April 11, 1951 and died in Moreland Hills, OH. on October 21,2019. Beloved husband of Kim (nee Continenza). Loving father of Stephanie Blumer, Bradley (Megan) Blumer and Jennifer Blumer. Dear brother of Merle (Wayne) Siegel and Charles (Maria) Blumer. Cherished son of Sylvia and Jerome Blumer. Devoted uncle of 10. Jeffrey was a friend and mentor to many, and champion of health and well-being for all children and their families. He received his BS (magna cum laude) from Pennsylvania State University , PhD in Pharmacology at Northwestern University , and MD at Case Western Reserve University. He had a long outstanding academic career and was a recipient of numerous awards and honors. For many years he was the chief of the Division of Critical Care at Rainbow and Children's Hospital and chief of Pediatric Pharmacology at the School of Medicine, Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH. Where he distinguished himself as a clinician, scientist, mentor, and educator. He also spent portions of his career in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Virginia, Tulane, and the University of Toledo. PRIVATE SERVICES WERE HELD. FAMILY REQUESTS NO VISITATION. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to the newly developed Jeffrey Blumer Faculty Development Fund, that will compliment funding for deserving pediatric critical care fellow clinician/ scientists in their research associated with the Pediatric Critical Care and Trauma Scientist Development Program. C/O Mike Dean, at the University of Utah. For additional information firstname.lastname@example.org
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Jeffrey L Blumer
30 octobre , 2019
It is hard to grasp that someone larger than life, like Jeff, is gone. I was the head nurse of the RB&C NICU/PICU Stepdown unit under his leadership. His style was unique, his knowledge unlimited, his compassion genuine. My sincere sympathy to his family, friends and colleagues.