Ashol Devasenapathy

Died: December 10, 2015
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Dr. Ashok “Dr. D” Devasenapathy, 50, of Binghamton passed peacefully  at Wilson Memorial Hospital on Thursday, December 10, 2015. He was a loving and devoted husband, father and son to his family, his devoted wife Rathna (Mimi) Muthukumaran; loving son Jayden Dev Kumar; parents Chockalingam and Rajeswari; sister Asha Krishna; grandmother Kamala Arasu; in-laws Dr. Kumar M. Kaliana and Ganthi Muthukumaran; sister-in-law Mohana Muthukumaran. He was a Triple Board Certified as a Physician Specialist in ICU and Critical Care and Stroke at United Health Services and was a member of the American Medical Association. He graduated from (Madras) Medical School, India.

Services will be held on Sunday at 11 am from the Allen Memorial Home, 511-513 East Main Street , Endicott, followed by cremation.

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Date: Sunday, December 13, 2015

Time: 11:00 am -


 

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ANTONIO CULEBRAS MD, FAAN posted on 12/12/15

I am deeply sorry with Ashok's premature passing away. He was a respected and highly esteemed colleague in the Comprehensive Stroke Unit of the Upstate Hospital in Syracuse. Alwasy ready to lend a hand, make a positive comment, or ponder on some unusual clinical event, Ashok filled the hospital corridors with his presence and personality. He will be deeply missed

 

Barbara Hanstine posted on 12/13/15

Doctor D was the most amazing doctor I have ever been to. He literally saved my life. I had a stroke Dec 5, 2013 and he Took care of me and did follow up with me. He was amazingly thorough and knew my medical history from 15 years before my stroke. He must have looked up old records and remembered details He was easy to talk to and I felt safe with him as my doctor. I will pray for your family as you grieve. May you feel God's comfort. God b with you., Barbara Hanstine

 

Sari-Ann Yonaty posted on 12/18/15

Rest in peace, my friend. We have had a lot of good laughs during our time working together. May the sun shine on you….. Condolences to your wife, precious child and the remainder of your family…..

 

Sari-Ann Yonaty posted on 12/18/15

Rest in peace my firend. And, thank you for all of the good times we had working together. May the sun shine on you…… Condolences to your wife, precious child and to the remainder of your family.

 

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