The Grief and Remembrance Program is established by The Missouri Perfusion Society to recognize members of the society who pass away.
The contributions that perfusionists make to the health and welfare of their fellow man goes unappreciated by patients simply because perfusionists are often anonymous and out of view from the patient and families.
Perfusionists accept this situation without regret knowing that personal and professional satisfaction comes from a “job well done” and not from any accolades from a grateful patient. However, when a perfusionist dies it is inherent upon her/his peers to acknowledge a life of dedication to the perfusion profession and to the betterment of mankind in general.
Upon learning of the passing of a fellow perfusionist, The Missouri Perfusion Society will send to the family and loved ones a gift containing an official elegy, an informational pamphlet, and a letter.
These inclusions are a good historical documents for children, grandchildren and even great grandchildren who want to know about their forbearer’s career, life and times.
If you wish to contribute to The Missouri Perfusion Society Grief and Remembrance Program you may donate using our online form, or you may send a check to the following address: