It lights up Say goodbye to Dr. Judith Galpern, a benchmark and pioneer of medicine in the area, who died on November 18 at Neuqun Capital.
Dr. Judith is part of the story of The city: Was founder of Klnika Zapala, since he was designated an honorary member of the Medical College.
It is worth mentioning that her husband died in August of this year, and Neukon Minute At the time, its history and trajectory were reflected in a tone.
Her daughter Sylvia Martnez remembers her with immense love, reflected her life history and provided surprising and moving historical data.
Judith (was the daughter of Carlos Galpern, a Ukrainian, a Jewish immigrant who came to the country when she was one year old. In his teens, he lost his father and became the head of the family with six siblings in his Charge.
Daughter of Liza Milstein, a Jew who fled Poland shortly before her entire family was killed in concentration camps by the Nazis. Judith, heir to two survivors, the eldest daughter. She and her sisters, Isabel and Dorita, workers for human health, continue Sylvia’s words.
Once the known news of the death of Dr. Judith, the signs of regret of the residents of It lights up They are permanently noticeable.
The Board of Directors, Associated Professionals and Dependents of the Medical College of It lights up We saw each other with our honorary member, great doctor and man, born and raised Fire, The commission assured.
Pioneer in the profession in Our city, Which he developed unwaveringly for more than fifty years, with deep sensitivity, boundless commitment and an indelible imprint of self-denialHe continued.
The Board of Directors, Professionals and the Human Capital of Klnika It lights up The message is closed.
All our appreciation goes to this excellent man and medical professional, who adopted this profession more than 50 years ago and left his invaluable stamp on the entire community.
So too, the Israelite cultural center of It lights up He fondly remembered her, underscoring her tremendous career.