Biography of Chester Jablonoski

Chester Jablonoski (1905-1975) was a medical doctor who was among the founders of Marymount Hospital in Garfield Heights, Ohio. Prominent in the medical profession in the Greater Cleveland area, he held the presidencies of both the Cleveland Academy of Medicine and the Board of Trustees of the Cuyahoga County Medical Foundation. Born in Pennsylvania, Jablonoski came to Cleveland as a teenager. The United States Aluminum Corporation offered to help him pay his tuition at Case Techinical Institute if he would train for a high position with them, but he persisted in his ambition to be a doctor and obtained his license to practice in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1935.

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