Submitted by Brian Sherman, Medical Staff Affairs

Daphne Stricklan, MD —  former member of the Lankenau Medical Staff

Daphne T. Stricklan, MD,  passed away on Saturday, July 12, 2014.  She was born on May 2, 1963 and graduated from Hahnemann University School of Medicine in 1992.  Dr. Stricklan interned and performed her residency at Cooper Hospital.  She worked at Temple University Hospital and Hahnemann University Hospital before joining the Lankenau Medical Staff in 2004.  She left Lankenau in 2006.


She is survived by her husband, Dr. David K. Stricklan, a member of the Lankenau Medical Staff since 2002.


Funeral services are scheduled for this upcoming Saturday, July 19, at Pinn Memorial Baptist Church.  The viewing will be at 10am in the Upper Mitchell Auditorium, followed by funeral services at 11am.


Pinn Memorial Baptist Church

2251 North 54th Street

Philadelphia, PA 19131

Phone 215.878.2742



Guerino John “Weed” DiGregorio, MD, PhD – former Paoli Hospital physician

Guerino John “Weed” DiGregorio, age 74, of Rydal, PA, formerly of West Chester, was on staff at Paoli Hospital from 1983 – 1998, Internal Medicine / Clinical Pharmacology.


Dr. DiGregorio received his BS from Penn State University and earned his PhD in Pharmacology and his MD from Hahnemann Medical College, now Drexel University. Dr. DiGregorio completed two post doctorates in neurochemistry and rheumatology.  He collaborated with Dr. Fredric Rieders to form the Forensics Mentors Institute. He was the Medical Director at National Medical Services and the Medical Director of the Physician Assistant Program at Drexel University. Dr. DiGregorio was a teacher for 45 years and his love of education gained him the admiration and respect of his colleagues and students.


Internment was July 16 in Holy Cross Cemetery, Yeadon, PA. In lieu of flowers, contributions to the G. John DiGregorio Summer Science Program at The Forensics Mentors Institute, 2300 Stratford Ave., Willow Grove, PA 19090 would be appreciated.


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