BOROCHOVITZ: Dennis Borochovitz, MD, died in Pittsburgh after a long battle with brain cancer on August 30, 2015, and was buried in Jerusalem September 1. Arrangements were by the Gesher HaChaim Jewish Burial Society. He was born in Brakpan, South Africa, to Israel and Sarah Berolsky Borochovitz, on February 3, 1944. Conversant in Afrikaans, English, Hebrew and Yiddish. He graduated from University of Witwatersrand Medical School in 1966 and completed a fellowship in pathology in 1971. Following immigration to the United States, he served as a resident at the Medical College of Virginia in Richmond. He joined the staff of Montefiore Hospital, Pittsburgh, in the late 1970s as a specialist in kidney pathology and authored or co-authored numerous papers on clinical pathology. He was also an effective professor of clinical pathology at University of Pittsburgh Medical School. Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh, hired him as chairman of Laboratory Medicine c. 1995 until his retirement in 2012. Dennis is remembered as a warm, brilliant, family man whose second career choice was “stand-up comedian.” His favorite hobbies were swimming, investing and current events. He was a longstanding member of the Jewish Community Center, Squirrel Hill, and attended Congregation Poale Zedeck. He was an active member of the Squirrel Hill Jewish community. He is survived by his three sisters Linda Dirmiek (Sidney), Verna Fish (Allan) and Norma Alperstein (Raymon); seven nieces and nephews; his partner Louise Lippincott and her son Philip (Ashley) McGuire; and his four children Raelene Joran (Abba David), Ilana Radami (Eyal), Shaul Borochovitz (Ilka) and Deborah Gerzsberg (Kenneth); and 17 grandchildren whom he adored. He was compassionate and never hesitated to help those less fortunate. He will forever be remembered for his devotion, love and support to his beloved family.