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Family of Richard B. MICHELSON and Barbara Ann JACOBY

Husband: Richard B. MICHELSON (1927-2005)
Wife: Barbara Ann JACOBY (1932-1984)
Children: Susan MICHELSON
Phyllis MICHELSON (1953-2011)
Marriage Dec 30, 1950 Bay City, MI

Husband: Richard B. MICHELSON

Name: Richard B. MICHELSON
Sex: Male
Father: Max L. MICHELSON (1900-1956)
Mother: Ruth BRITENBACH ( - )
Birth Jun 2, 1927 Detroit, Wayne County, MI
Title M.D.
Death Dec 6, 2005 (age 78) Kansas CIty, MO
Burial Dec 10, 2005 Bay City, MI

Wife: Barbara Ann JACOBY

Name: Barbara Ann JACOBY
Sex: Female
Father: Abraham JACOBY ( - )
Mother: Tamara STRAUSS ( - )
Birth Jan 6, 1932 Bay City, MI
Death Nov 11, 1984 (age 52)
Burial Bay City, MI

Child 1: Susan MICHELSON

Sex: Female
Spouse 1: Terry MEEDER ( - )
Spouse 2: Jack PAQUIN

Child 2: Phyllis MICHELSON

Name: Phyllis MICHELSON
Sex: Female
Spouse: Ken CRAWFORD
Birth Sep 18, 1953 Flint, MI
Death Jan, 2011 (age 57)

Child 3: Nancy MICHELSON

Sex: Female
Spouse: Ned LARBI

Child 4: Marcia Lee MICHELSON

Name: Marcia Lee MICHELSON
Sex: Female
Spouse: Bill WENTWORTH

Child 5: Thomas MICHELSON

Name: Thomas MICHELSON
Sex: Male
Spouse: Eilene LITWIN

Note on Husband: Richard B. MICHELSON

Dr Richard B. Michelson, 78 of Kansas City, MO died Tuesday morning,

December 6, at St. Joseph Hospital. Dr, Michelson was born in 1927 in

Detroit and resided in Kansas City since 1980. After graduating from

Bay City Central as Co-Valedictorian, he pursued his pre-medical and

medical studies at the University of Michigan obtaining his M.D.

degree cum laude in 1951. Shortly thereafter, he served as a

Lieutenant in the Navy Medical Corps and was stationed in Norfolk,

Virginia. He was a family practitioner and obstetrician for 20 years

in Flint, Michigan, having delivered 3,200 babies. He served with

Hurley Hospital and St. Joseph Hospital prominently. He was appointed

Chief Deputy Medical Examiner of Genesee County, Michigan for 18

years. At the age of 47, he was willing to change careers in search

of answers to healthcare problems. Dr. Michelson went back to school

and obtained a Master's at the University of Michigan, School of

Public Health and became board certified in General Preventive

Medicine. Throughout his career, he served on numerous medical boards

and medical associations. In 1980, he served as Medical Director of

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Kansas City for 10 years, and retired in

1996 from GEHA where for 4 years he was their first Medical Director.

He also enjoyed teaching as Clinical Associate Professor at both UMKC

and the University of Kansas Medical School. He loved the game of

bridge and was an avid player.