Claremont Sunrise Rotarian Arno Hohn, M.D.
We are heartfelt to share that Claremont Sunrise Rotarian Dr. Arno Hohn “Arno” passed away last week due to complications of a stroke. As Rotarians we knew him for his dedication to Rotary. We will always remember his kindness and warm greetings at breakfast. At our “Turkey Trot” fundraiser in the bitter cold there you would see Arno bundled up practically freezing yet with this joyous smile assisting runners with registration. In Arno's life before Rotary he was renowned for so much; he contributed to over 40 publications; helped a NYC mom start a nonprofit “The Chad Foundation Echocardiogram Screening for Youth Athletes”; in the 70’s Arno hosted “heart picnics” for youth that underwent heart surgery in the Charleston South Carolina area. Arno graduated from New York Medical College in 1956, and was a distinguished pediatric cardiologist and emeritus professor at the University of Southern California. Arno you will be missed.
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