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Dr. Kenneth Jan Nazinitsky

Dr. Kenneth Jan Nazinitsky, age 51, died Wednesday,

March 26, surrounded by his loving children and family members. Dr. in New York City, Hailey Nazinitsky, 19, attending Kent State University as a pre medicine major as a NEOUCOM BS/MD student, and Pierce Nazinitsky, 16, a sophomore at McKinley Senior High School. He is also survived by his mother, Clara Nazinitsky, of New York, sister and brother in law Shirley and Gary Dellerson, sister Debbie Nazinitsky, and brothers Roy Nazinitsky and Neal Nazinitsky, Kathy Nazinitsky, brothers and sisters in law Tom and Sally Shanks and Nancy and John Ference, and many nieces and nephews. His faithful and loyal friends, Dan and Karen Reusser, were always at his side throughout his illness. Ken was proceeded in death by his father, Herman Nazinitsky, and his brother, Howard Nazinitsky. and graduated from Brooklyn Technical High School. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry from State Unive ugg boots on sale rsity of New York at Geneseo. He then earned his Master’s degree in Biochemistry from the University of Kentucky , his Medical Degree at Downstate Medical School in New York, and completed his Radiology residency at the Nassau County Medical Center in New York. He moved to Canton, Ohio for a Fellowship in Ultrasound and after 2 years joined Radiology Associates of Canton (RAC) in 1988, practicing at Aultman, Allliance, and Barberton Citizens Hospitals. He held many offices within the group, including Vice Chairman of the Dep ugg boots on sale artment of Radiology, Executive Committee and Chairman of the Finance Committee of RAC, Department QI Director, Ultrasound Section Director, and Chairman of Radiology at Barbarton Citizens Hospital. He is remembered by his colleagues, students and patients as a brilliant, compassionate doctor who readily involved himself with those in his care. He was a resourceful, ambitious man and had an amazing joy of teaching. He shared his enthusiasm for medicine with the Radiology Residents at Aultman Hospital, and his ingenuity ugg boots on sale with techniques will be remembered by all with whom he worked. He was also very involved with the Northeast Ohio Ultrasound Society, arranging educational seminars for technologists and radiologists. Ken had a passion for living and had great joy in teaching his children the many skills he had learned. He taught them the tools of life. He guided them to be self thinkers, self sufficient, strong minded, ambitious, loving, and to live life in a kinder, gentler manner. Ken’s thirst for knowledge and his passions were many. Gardening was one he showed his children, “in what you sow you reap.” His son, Pierce, spent many hours with his father cultivating vegetables that they used to cook together. In addition, neighbors came with shopping bags to harvest bags full of tomatoes and to see what was being prepared in the kitchen. ugg boots on sale He loved guiding his daughters with their careers while providing advice. He was extremely proud of their accomplishments, not only intellectually, but as wonderful young women with beautiful hearts who loved him dearly. His spirituality grew during his illness and he developed many deep friendships with the physicians and staff on M50, the Bone Marrow Transplant Unit at the Cleveland Clinic, who took great care of him, and his trusted physician, Dr. Kevin Dieter of Aultman Hospital. Ken was a member of Temple Israel and received comfort and support from Rabbi John Spitzer. Services for Dr. Nazinitsky were held March 28th at Beth Israel Memorial Chapel and was buried at Eternal Light Memorial Gardens in Boynton Beach, Florida. with Rabbi Spitzer officiating. Naz, his children would love to hear them. Cards may be sent to 4750 Tanglewood Cir.