Warren S. Silberman, D.O.’74, M.P.H.

Warren Silberman retired from the Federal Aviation Administration and Air National Guard. He is currently the medical director of Harvey …

Loren D. Brown, D.O.’74

After 35 years in the practice of hematology/oncology, Loren Brown retired in late 2013. A lifelong resident of Des Moines, …

Vernon E. Hall, D.O.’56

Hall retired from family practice in October 2013. He and his wife, Lois, reside on Camano Island, WA. 

Sander A. Kushner, D.O.’60

Article and photo by Mike Spencer, The Leelanau Enterprise. Sander Kushner, D.O.’60, FACOFP, gave up his family practice a few …

Carl H. Schultz, D.O.’80

After 27 years of practicing emergency medicine, Schultz has retired. He and his wife, Dana, have spent the last 15 …

Vernon E. Hall, D.O.’56

Hall has retired from Cascade Family Medical Group in Arlington, WA, where he practiced family medicine. 

Albert L. Pizzica, D.O.’73

Pizzica recently retired from neonatology and is now the president and CEO of a medical management firm in Philadelphia, PA. …

Anita M. Louison, PA-C’91

Louison is retiring from Swope Health Services in Kansas City, MO, after 21 years of service. Swope Health Services is …

John S. Sinnott, D.O.’68

Sinnott retired from his busy family medicine practice in Ida Grove, IA, in 2009, and opened a winery, Old Town …

Patrick K. McClellan, D.O.’64

McClellan was elected to serve as president of the Macomb County Osteopathic Medical Association in 2013. He will be installed …

Warren S. Silberman, D.O., M.P.H.’74

Silberman retired from the Federal Aviation Administration as the manager of the Aerospace Medical Certification Division. He formed an LLC, Aviation …

Lamar C. Miller, D.O.’57

Miller was chief of staff at Warren County Hospital in Warren, OH, and an associate professor at Ohio University in Athens, OH, from 1976 to 1979, where he was named outstanding professor of the year in 1978. He served as chief of medicine at Pasco Medical Center in Dade City, FL, from 1980 to 1982 and as Salvation Army board president for two years. He has been a member of the NPR rotary club since 1979. He retired from family practice in 1998. He and his wife, Phyllis, reside in New Port Richey, FL.