Paul Mandelstam M.D.
Saturday 18th of April 1925 - Monday 23rd of March 2020
Private Urn Burial
833 W. Main St., Lexington, KY
Paul Mandelstam, M.D., died on March 23, 2020 in Lexington, KY. He was born in Boston, MA in 1925 and received his early education in Boston and where he received his medical degrees from Harvard College. Paul practiced medicine at the Univ. of KY and at the Veterans Medical Center until his retirement.
Dr. Mandelstam is survived by his wife, Carol, daughters, Deborah Susan Johnson, Columbus, OH, and Kimberly Lynn Boyles, Lexington, and granddaughter, Kailey Carol Boyles, Lexington.
All services will be private. He is interred in the Lexington Cemetery.
John Sartini, MDsays
Condolences to the family. Dr. Mandelstam was one of my professors, colleague and friend in his later years. His life and career were of great value to humanity.
Wanda (Blades) Wileysays
My sincere condolences to the family and friends of Dr. Mandelstam. It was with much sadness that I saw his name in the obits tonight. I worked with Dr. Mandelstam many, many years ago at UK. A wonderful person and doctor; he will be missed but never forgotten.
So sorry for your loss. Dr Mandelstam and I worked together at the VA with Compensation and Pension. He was a brilliant Doctor. He will truly be missed.
brady & heather williamssays
Dr and Mrs Mandelstam came to our wedding in 2008 and I worked with him at the VA. It showed how much he loved his job and talking to people. After he retired from VA I was always happy to see him walking with his briefcase in the tunnel that connects the VA with UK. He was always personable and concerned to know how things were going in life. He will be greatly missed! Please know that my husband and I are truly sorry for this loss and will be sending our love and prayers to the family. *hugs*
Deedie Goodwin Lutzsays
Please know I am thinking of you at this time of loss. Dr. Mandelstam was really a great man. I worked with him at the UK Medical Center back in the 1970's. You can tell he really left a good impression on me as I still remember him in his lab. I am sorry for you loss.
I will forever remember his strong will to live and his sweet smile. Your loss is shared by many, and we send our condolences, for your peace and his.