The Division of Pediatric Surgery at UCSF owes much to contributions of Alfred de Lorimier. His influence has continued to shape the innovative nature of our division to this day.
Our beloved colleague, Dr. Alfred A. de Lorimier, died of lung cancer at his home in California's Alexander Valley on October 4, 2009. Dr. de Lorimier was the founder of the pediatric surgery program at the University of California, San Francisco, and the first academic pediatric surgeon in Northern California. His legacy in the world of pediatric surgery is profound: dozens of pediatric and fetal surgeons have come out of the division he started alone in 1964, many of them influential leaders in the field today.
Supporting the Alfred A. de Lorimor Endowed Chair
Donations to the Endowed Chair in honor of Alfred A. de Lorimor MD, will be held in a separate, permanent fund by the UCSF Foundation. Each year, endowment assets are invested to generate a healthy return to support a faculty position and our ongoing research. The remainder is reinvested in the principal under the direction of UCSF Foundation Investment Committee. In this way, the endowment grows to keep pace with inflation and is available into perpetuity.
Contributions can be made in several ways:
Any checks should be made out to the UCSF Foundation, and in the memo line or in a cover letter write: "Alfred de Lorimier Endowed Chair"
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The UCSF Foundation Tax ID number is # 94-2829914.
For more information, including how to make a credit card donation or gift of appreciated securities, please contact Regan Botsford, Director of Development, UCSF Department of Surgery 415.502.1573 or email@example.com
The most common way to make a gift of securities to the Endowed Chair in honor of Alfred A. de Lorimier MD, is by electronic transfer to the UCSF Foundation's account at State Street Bank and Trust. For specific instructions please contact the UCSF Foundation Gift Administration
If you have any additional questions, please contact Regan Botsford, Director of Development, UCSF Department of Surgery 415.502.1573 or firstname.lastname@example.org