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Dr. George G. Flamm, M.D.
December 30, 2023
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Dr. George G. Flamm, M.D., passed away on December 30, 2023 with his wife Audrey of 471/2 years and his best friend Dakota at his side. He is survived by Jeffrey Henderson (Rebecca), Scott Henderson (Suisa) Sara Flamm, Susan Honig (Peter), Steven Flamm, Debbie V(anOklen (Michael), brother in law Dr. Richard Lesella (Tad), his grandchildren: Amanda, Cameron, Keira, Erin, Naomi, Judah, Joshua, Cameron and Hunter, a niece Julie and nephew Mark.
Born in Brooklyn, NY, attended Abraham Lincoln High School and attended Syracuse University for 1 year then 3 years at the University of Delaware receiving a BA degree in Pre-Med with a Major in Chemistry and a double minor in Biology and math. He attended Hannemann University School of Medicine (Phila) receiving a MD Degree in June of 1956 then a general internship at Western Pennsylvania Hospital in Pittsburgh, PA. From 1957-1959, he was a General Medicine Officer with the rank of Captain in the USAF stationed at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, TX. For a time he was Chief Medical Officer of base medical service, other duties included profile officer, pre employment, PE and treatment of civilian employes at the base. He was a member of the Values Control Board and his last six months of his military service he was the emergency room doctor. He was licensed in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Upon leaving the service he became a family practice Doctor in Beverly, NJ, starting June 15, 1959. He was a member of the Burlington County Medical Society, Medical Society of the State of New Jersey and the AMA. He was the school Doctor for Beverly, Edgewater Park, Willingboro and Burlington Township. He was industrial Doctor for Beaunit Mills, Wall Rope, Bair Trucking and U.S. Pipe in Burlington. During his many years of practice he made house calls. He took care of most of the residents at the Garden State Rest Home in Burlington, Shady Rest Home in Mt. Holly and the Home for Aged Women in Burlington. He was a member of Adath Emau-El and had served as Chairman of the Religous Committee. He took great interest in the enviornment and reforestation, espcially in Israel. He made many trips to the Holy Land. Among his non medical interests were puzzles, fishng, landscaping and working with tools. He took an interest in wood carving (especially Walnut), painting and like cooking. His interest in Archaeology led him to participate on a dig in Israel. For this reason any donations in his memory may be made for the planting of trees in Israel through Adath Emanu-El, 205 Elbow Lane, Mt. Laurel, NJ 08054 or to Beverly Free Library, 441 Cooper Street, Beverly, NJ 08016
His burial was held on Tuesday, January 2, 2024 in Monument Cemetery with Rabbi Amy Memis-Foler presiding over prayers services.