The world is a little colder now

Gordon R. Sherman, June 21, 1937 - August 2, 2017 It is with great sadness to announce we have lost one of our most active and endearing members, Gordon Sherman. We wish to express our deepest sympathies to his wife and life long partner, Cy, as well as his children...

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CMC Vellore Names New Director

The Scudder Association would like to thank Dr. Sunil Chandy for his excellent service during his 4 year appointment and  congratulate Dr. JV Peter on his selection as CMC Director.    Click here to link to CMC announcement...

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Ringling, Barnum, Bailey & Scudder

After a 207 year run, "The Greatest Show On Earth" will close where it all began.     John Scudder, an amateur taxidermist, opens the American Museum in New York City at 21 Chatham Street.  Catering to mostly wealthy gentlemen, the museum offered science...

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Making Friends & Finding Family

 April 2017 Dear Friends & Family, Growing up I never met another “Scudder” outside of my immediate family. It wasn’t until I had gone off in the Army that I bumped into my first new “Scudder”, a River Boat Pilot, in Saigon. It was a first time for both of us....

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The Long Way Home

 A Gesture of Love and Esteem Finds Its Way Home After a journey of 85 years and tens of thousands of miles, this historic commemorative silver tray has found its way back to its place of origin, Scudder Memorial Hospital. Discover the woman behind the tray and...

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Special “K”

Not all Scudders spell it with a "C".  Hear and read Paul Skudder's account of his "Mirakle" on a mountain. Dr. Harley Rotbart, Professor, Vice Chairman Emeritus of the Department of Pediatrics University of Colorado Medical School, and Dr. Paul Skudder, a vascular...

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Exciting News from SMH

This is our third report from our Indian Grant Chair, Dr. James Taylor's recent trip to India. Thomas Cook Travel Donates 5 Much Needed Dialysis Machines With a generous grant from the Thomas Cook Travel Group, SMH's dialysis unit will nearly double in size with 5...

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Friendly Incoming

Giving is a 2 Way Street While virtue may be its own reward, it is gratifying nonetheless, to be on the receiving end of someone's appreciation. That was exactly how we felt when Emma Bigelow contacted us from Lake Michigan College with her kind words. We look forward...

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