OBITUARY

Dr. Maziar Rezvani

June 2, 1972January 9, 2019

Maziar Rezvani was born on June 2, 1972 and passed away on January 9, 2019.

Services

  • Funeral Service Sunday, January 13, 2019
  • Commital Service Sunday, January 13, 2019
  • Catered Reception Sunday, January 13, 2019
REMEMBERING

Dr. Maziar Rezvani

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Amal Assa'ad

March 6, 2019

I have recently learned about the sad news of the passing of Maz. I have worked with him when he was a fellow in Allergy and Immunology at the University of Cincinnati and Cincinnati Children's Hospital, as his fellowship director. I have fond memories of Maz and found him extremely personable and professional. I would like to send my sincerest condolences to his family and friends.
Amal Assa'ad, MD

Sasan Saedi Araghi

January 19, 2019

dear Maz, it’s been more than 20 years since we went to medical school together. I was not shocked to hear about your death. I have lost too many loved ones and have been through a lot. Your death made me very sad. I have no tears left otherwise I would cry for you too. This short journey we refer to as life changes you so much. You go up and you come down. I still remember your jet black hair and white teeth and the everlasting smile and laughter. I don’t even you if you married anyone or not! My advice to you would have been the same I gave you twenty years ago. Poo bear nader boy and I all miss you. I hope you went in peace and stay in eternal peace wherever you are. Sas

Melanie Mercer

January 18, 2019

Oh my goodness! I don’t even know what to say or where to start. As a 2nd time mom, I thought when my now 10 year old son was born that I would know what to do, making the process a lot less stressful than the first time around. When my baby had failure to thrive and severe digestive issues from the start, I was so scared and so lost. After his first severe reaction to peanuts, they (doctors and friends) sent us to you—you can highly recommended by a friend whose child also had severe food allergies. You listened and cared so deeply and made us feel like we had an advocate and true partner in our baby’s health and well-being. Over the years, you walked with us through many a scary reaction and also through many new situations in which we had to adapt and learn how to protect him and educate him in light of his newfound freedoms and independence. We could never have made it to our current state of his thriving without YOU. I’ve never met another doctor who took so much time and thoughtfulness and care in his work, making clear that each patient and their well-being was your passion and driving force. We will be forever indebted to you and eternally grateful to you and for you. It seems that those in life who deserve the best somehow end up laying down their lives for others and not getting to see long and prosperous days that they more than earned. It breaks my heart that you had to suffer and that your family is experiencing such heart wrenching loss and pain now. We have to trust that God knows your heart and your needs and that He net you and continues to meet them right where all of you were and are. Hoping and praying you receive crowns and riches and peace and joy eternally, for you were one of the good ones...the BEST.

Betsy, George & Sophia Hughes

January 16, 2019

Sophia’s life-threatening food allergies were made more manageable by your keen understanding and kind nature. Her first food challenge was in your office, and now, thanks to you, she can eat scallops. We will always think of you when we have scallops. Our hearts are heavy, and we’ve missed you in practice and will miss you always. Love and support to your family. Thank you for being you.

Lindley McKinley

January 13, 2019

Maz, you were so kind; that’s the best way to describe you. My Joseph responded to you like he’s never responded to any other doctor. You were such an example of how a doctor should be. Sterling loved you, and you will be greatly missed.

Steven Saltzman MD

January 13, 2019

Dear Maz, in 2009, as I entered the IRB Board room I heard you laugh even before I met you. I loved your laugh ! Your happiness was contagious. You taught me concepts of allergy and immunology that I had never learned. I admired your medical knowledge and willingness to share it. I will miss you and your friendship—-this ended all too soon; however, I will all ways be thankful you were and are a part of my life. Steven

Lisa Kuklinski

January 12, 2019

Dr. Maz
I first met you when you joined the Professional Staff at Children’s. You became my Allergist and tried everything to help me breathe...finally convincing me to see a pulmonologist who found my tumor. YOU saved my life and are my hero! I was lucky to serve with you over the past decade on the IRB, as well.

Thank you for all you did for me. My prayers are with you, your wife and family.

Dena Clements

January 12, 2019

Thank you, Dr. Rezvani, for truly listening and caring about my children’s health. You offered support and treatment when many doctors turned their heads. Our lives are forever changed for the better due to your care. As a mom, I will forever be grateful!! Many prayers for your family during this difficult time!

Melissa Christensen

January 12, 2019

Dr Rezvani was such a wonderful man. He gave you hope when you felt their was none. There was no doubt he truly cared about my son. My continued prayers are with his family.

Amanda Lail

January 12, 2019

Dr Rezvani
Thank you for listening.Thank you for advocating for children. Thank you for understanding and thank you for giving us hope that there are Dr's that care about the whole person.

He was such a funny and caring man. The medical world has lost a great fighter and advocate.
In our grateful hearts forever.
Amanda, Emma, and Riley