Executive Director Message

StuartKlein.pngI like to think of UF Health Proton Therapy Institute employees as family members, and there are many of our family members who are behind the scenes helping to make the Institute run smoothly. Last week we unfortunately lost one of our most highly valued family members. Jeff Rexford was a truly extraordinary man who led our team of on-site engineers, overseeing the maintenance of the proton equipment. Jeff served in this role as IBA’s site-manager since 2006. Thanks to his exceptional leadership, our proton therapy equipment was rarely out of service and was maintained to the highest standard. Jeff was recognized by our board of trustees in 2015 as the first recipient of the UF Health Proton Therapy Institute Excellence Award. His dedication was unquestionable. His expertise was undeniable. I am privileged and honored to have known Jeff as a friend, and I truly admire his many contributions to the Institute’s past and future success.

 

Stuart L. Klein

Executive Director

About This Newsletter

The Precision Newsletter is an electronic-only publication that is distributed by email. Each issue is sent monthly to patients, alumni patients and friends of the University of Florida Health Proton Therapy Institute. As the official newsletter of the Institute, the content is compiled and prepared by our communications representative and approved by the editor Stuart Klein, executive director of UF Health Proton Therapy Institute. Special bulletin newsletters may occasionally be prepared when timely topics and new developments in proton therapy occur. If you would like to send a Letter to the Editor, please click here.

 

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