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Fiche créée le : 2006-09-15
Père : Joseph McLAUGHLIN
Mère : Jill Stephenson
Décès le : 2006-09-15
Parution : 2006-09-19
Paru dans : Telegraph Journal, St. John, NB

McLAUGHLIN, DR. MARY JANE - Dr. Mary Jane McLaughlin MD BSc FRCPC, of Quispamsis, New Brunswick, died unexpectedly at her residence in Beachwood, Ohio on September 15, 2006. Born February 29, 1976 in Saint John, she was 30 years old. She was the loving daughter of Dr. Joseph McLaughlin and Jill (Stephenson) McLaughlin. She is also survived by sisters Margot and Lindsay; grandmother Elizabeth Stephenson; niece Lauren and many aunts, uncles, extended relatives and friends. She was predeceased by grandparents John Stephenson, Joe and Agnes McLaughlin. An outstanding student, Mary Jane graduated from Kennebecasis Valley High in 1993. She received a Bachelor of Science from UNB in 1997, followed by a Doctor of Medicine from Dalhousie in 2001. While in medical school she was an active member of the Phi Chi medical fraternity, eventually serving as the Grand Presiding Senior overseeing chapters of the organization throughout North America. Her medical training continued with an anaesthesiology residency program through Dalhousie University, dividing her time between Saint John Regional Hospital and various Halifax hospitals. In June of 2006 she passed the Royal College of Physicians exams and was doing a fellowship in cardiac anaesthesia at the Cleveland Clinic at the time of her death. She was ultimately planning to work at the IWK children's hospital in Halifax doing pediatric anaesthesia and ICU. Mary Jane thoroughly loved her work, and was highly regarded by her patients, co-workers and fellow physicians for her knowledge and enthusiasm. She had cultivated a large network of friends over the years and will be truly missed by so many people in so many places. In her limited leisure time she often returned home to spend time with her family, brightening many holidays and special occasions with her smiling presence. When opportunity presented itself she liked to escape to the Carribean for a respite from the winter. Arrangements in care of Castle Funeral Home "Kings" Chapel, date and time of visitation and service will be announced at a later date. Memorial donations may be made to the Saint John Regional Hospital Foundation, IWK Health Center Foundation and the Alzheimers Society of New Brunswick. To sign a book of condolences visit [The Telegraph-Journal]


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