Condolence & Memory Journal

It was such a pleasure to reconnect with Juden at the family reunion. He and Annie were full of laughter and so enthusiastic about their families. I will remember Juden as a kind gentleman--with a twinkle in his eye.

Posted by Sally (Juden) Gaffigan Zetterberg - San Francisco, CA - Family   December 26, 2020

Juden was always such a bright light in our Missouri family when he visited, smiles and friendly to all he loved to visit with. Sorry for his earthly light dimming but I will always remember his shine when he visited.

Posted by Terry Juden - CAPE GIRADEAU, MO - Family   December 22, 2020

May he Rest In Peace, I had a pleasure knowing him for many many years in Jacobi Hospital,
He was a very caring doctor and well respected and humble human being, this was a great loss for all who knew him.
I will cherish his memories forever :)
Condolences to his family
Fonda Shkreli

Posted by Fonda Shkreli - Bronx, NY - Friend   December 19, 2020

Heaven has one more angel, but we will miss you down here on earth. You've touched all the Hospicianas with your kindness and generosity. What a life well lived with your dedication to your work and patients, love for your family, and treasured moments with friends here and abroad. It has been an honor knowing you. Love, Ester Cruz Troianello

Posted by Ester Troianello - NJ - Family Friend   December 18, 2020

Rest in peace Dr. Reed, it was an honor to work with you, I will never forget how you patiently taught me how to perform bone marrow biopsies as a first year fellow and thanks to you, I use your techniques and tricks today. I will forever be grateful for your mentorship and generosity.

Posted by Salem Kim - Miami, FL - Student   December 16, 2020

I was a nurse at Einstein Oncology. Your dad was dedicated to his patients and always treated them and the nurses with the upmost respect. He was a wonderful doctor and always a perfect gentleman. There was one thing about your dad. In the days before computerize Doctors Orders the rule was that, they had to be written in black or blue ink. Not Dr Reed. Red , Green , Purple, whatever color ink he had was the color he used. God bless him he was truly one of a kind.

Posted by Mimi Finneran - Lake Ronkonkoma, NY - Coworker   December 16, 2020