The cardiac surgeon killed inside Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston this week was laid to rest on Friday.
More than a thousand people gathered at Temple Beth Elohim in Wellesley Friday to pay their respects to Dr. Michael Davidson, who was fatally shot by a patient’s son on Tuesday.
Some wore buttons with Davidson’s initials, MJD, in a heart. Six buses brought people from Brigham and Women’s, and when Rabbi Joel Sisenwine asked all the doctors and caregivers to rise, at least half the room stood.
Several colleagues and friends of Davidson’s spoke, as did Davidson’s father, Robert, a well-known cardiologist at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. He spoke of the hopeful flight he and his wife took to Boston Tuesday after they received news that their son had been shot — hopeful because Davidson’s parents thought when they boarded the plane that he would live.
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