Thank you for the beautiful life you provided for me. I look forward to seeing you again someday.
Condolences for Carl G. DiJoseph
In the almost 40 years since I've known Carl, I can't recall him ever losing his temper. Caring, considerate and gentle despite a 5th degree black belt in the martial arts, he was humble and tended to underestimate his professional expertise. When Samantha and Alecsa no longer needed him to walk them to and from school, we coaxed him to return to being a pulmonary physician. It was a strange negotiation, as he asked not to be paid until he felt he was back up to speed and he countered our salary offer with a lower figure!! Despite setbacks in life, I don't recall him complaining. Carl just dealt with whatever needed to be done. I miss him as a colleague and friend. I will miss our post retirement periodic lunches. Godspeed, Carl.
Sorry to hear of the loss of Carl. I knew him as a PCOM classmate and as a professional colleague for many years at the format Parkview Hospital and later at Jeanes Hospital. I will remember him as a great doctor and a great guy.
Dr. DiJoseph, was a very good doctor always kind I never saw him angry. You could always talk to him, he was very approachable and well liked. I remember speaking with him when my son went to take his black belt test. It was definitely a great head on to the excellent pulmonary group we had at the time. Karlin, Freedman, Michelson and DiJoseph