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CORTLANDT - Dr. John B. Corser of Croton-on-Hudson, a husband, father and acting chief of medicine at Metropolitan Hospital in New York City, was killed yesterday when a tree fell on his car as he drove with ... via Journal News
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#1 Mar 21, 2008
dr corser was a wonderfull person who will be missed deeply
#2 Mar 22, 2008
Dr. Corser was an "angel and God sent."He loved helping people! He will truly be missed and will never be replaced. My prayer's go out to his family!
May you rest in peace Dr. Corser!
#3 Mar 25, 2008
i have worked with dr. corser for the past 17yrs,
in all the years that i have known him, i have never ever seen this gentle man upset, he was always walking around with a smile on his face and always very cheerful. If i ever asked him to do me a favor, he was always willing to do so, with no questions asked. He was a a wonderful person, and a wonderful doctor who cared deeply for his patients. I can honestly say that his patients truly loved him. He will be deeply missed by me and by all of his patients. May you rest in peace and have internal life, my deepest condolences to his family, and may they find peace and comfort in their hearts. May godbless them always
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