Arnold Harry Zukow
September 6, 1931 – September 11, 2018
Arnold Harry Zukow was born on September 6, 1931 and passed away on September 11, 2018
Arnold Harry Zukow
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Stacy St. Pierre
September 26, 2018
Dr. Zukow, I’ve been thinking about you . I’m so sad to see you’ve passed. Thank you so much for taking care of my girls ( and me!) for so many years. Please Rest In Peace.
September 14, 2018
Buddy and I were as close as two people could be through L.A. High school, so when I was informed of his passing my heart dropped like a ton of bricks. At LA High we formed a club called the "Dukes" with a red and white jacket and Levi's with the cuff rolled up at the bottom...we were "IT". We shared many great times together including as ZBT pledges at U.C.L.A. However, after my 1st year I dropped out of school to join the Coast Guard during the Korean War. Upon returning to civilian life our paths went in different directions. I became an electronic engineer and moved to Orange County and Buddy went to Mexico and became a leading pediatrician in the valley. Our next and last get-together was when we both became members of the 50th L.A. High reunion committee...fun time. You were a fun loving guy my friend...REST IN PEACE knowing that the love and caring you gave as a doctor and human being will long be remembered.
September 13, 2018
I never met Dr Zukow but I worked with his ( probably late) father Phil Zukow
I was in my 20s ( I am now 82) when Phil and I worked with Harry Lerner at the Thrifty Drug Store
on Wilshire and Canon, Beverly Hills. Those were the days when it was ok to smoke and Phil liked to smoke
He also loved to talk about his son, Buddy Zukow who was a doctor.
So today I noticed Dr Zukow in the paper and I felt a special tug in my heart for him and his dad, who also worked part time in the Hotel Pharmacy no longer existing, Milton Kreiss Pharmacy and phil wanted me to work there as well.