Camille Said Mallouh, M.D.
Camille Said Mallouh, M.D., passed away peacefully after a brief period of illness, on Wednesday, June 13, 2018. He was 88 years old.
Born in Beirut, Lebanon, he came to Elizabeth, New Jersey to further his medical training in 1958. He married his wife, Vivian Rose, in 1961, and they settled in Linden, New Jersey, where they raised their family.
Dr. Mallouh trained as a resident at New York Medical College. He had a long and productive career in medicine at both Metropolitan Hospital in New York City, and at New York Medical College in Valhalla, New York. He was chief of Urology at Metropolitan Hospital and also served as president of the Medical Board. He was a Professor of Urology, and eventually Chair of the Department of Urology at New York Medical College.
He was a dedicated and caring physician and teacher, passionate about his work and the institutions he worked for. He was greatly respected by his colleagues and students alike. At home, he was a devoted husband, father and grandfather who cared deeply for his family. He was also an avid gardener and philatelist. He was a generous and loving person.
His wife, Vivian, passed away in 2005. He is survived by his daughters, Catherine Mallouh, and Stacy Mallouh-Chapel, his son-in-law, Claude Chapel and his two grandsons, Nicholas and Philip.
Family and friends are invited to gather at The Presbyterian Church in Westfield, NJ on Mountain Avenue on Monday, June 18. The viewing and funeral service will begin at 10 am.