I was a nanny for the Shore family and I absolutely enjoyed being there. I was treated like a member of the family. Dr. Sheldon was such a family man. He loved his wife and daughter. He is missed.
Dr. Sheldon Shore
June 27, 1948 - January 07, 2022
I met Sheldon in 9th grade and stayed with him right through Medical School. We hoped to see him at our 50th Medical School reunion planned for this year. We will miss his wit and humor Sheldon was a fine scholar and a good friend. Also great at the discus and shot put, as I recall. Andrew W. Maksymiuk MD.
My father was a very loving man. He loved Taz the cartoon character. He liked chocolate. He liked funny ties. And he loved me. He wore his funny ties no matter what anyone thought about them. He would carry me on his shoulders to make me feel like the tallest person ever. He would sing you are my sunshine to me with my mom to make me fall asleep He is happy with my
Mother this time in heaven now. I will miss you so much. I love you a million times. You are my Sunshine.
I was just a kid working at my first job at a restaurant when I first met Dr. Shore and his family. He was always so kind and his family was sweet. I always liked forward to their visits. Then when I eventually had the opportunity to work with him several years later, he still remembered me from the restaurant. My condolences to the family. May you be comforted by your memories you built with him.
Best doctor of dermatology he was the best rest in piece thank you for being there for me