Jan. 23, 1933 – March 13, 2017
Dr. Paul Himmelsbach Potter, 84, an obstetrician and gynecologist, died unexpectedly Monday in Buffalo General Medical Center.
He was a Buffalo native, and graduated from Phillips Academy in Andover.
Dr. Potter additionally attended Princeton University and McGill University Faculty of Medicine.
He served within the Navy in the course of the Vietnam War, beginning in 1965. As a part of his army service, he was commander of a hospital situated close to Saigon, and chief surgeon there.
After his time within the service, Dr. Potter labored as a physician in Western New York.
He had a follow together with his brother till 1992, when his brother retired. Dr. Potter had a apply for some years after that time on his personal.
At the University at Buffalo, within the School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, he labored as a medical assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology.
Besides his residence within the Buffalo space, Dr. Potter additionally hung out as a resident in Maine, on Cliff Island.
He loved crusing, and had a ship referred to as the “Banshee” with some relations.
Among his crusing travels have been journeys within the Caribbean and throughout the Atlantic Ocean, in addition to in Maine.
In his profession, Dr. Potter, as a physician, turned considered one of three males in his household — brothers — who turned gynecologists and obstetricians of their medical practices.
He was a member of the Buffalo Tennis and Squash Club.
He belonged to Westminster Presbyterian Church.
In addition to his brother Ben, survivors embrace a sister, Molly Potter Scheu, and nieces and nephews. Services shall be personal.