In memoriam 1977

Baltman, Sharon Mae
November 2009
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;11/24/2009, Vol. 181 Issue 11, p832
Academic Journal
An essay is presented on missionary Koos and Marjanne Eekhout's life before their death in a plane crash. It offers an insight into their missionary work in West Africa and discusses their dedication towards their work. Koos Eekhout was a general practitioner whereas her wife Marjanne Eekhout was a physiotherapist, who went out of their way to serve people in the missionary hospital. The author remembers her experience at the hospital with the two and discusses what she experienced.


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