Ohl Strong Tournament

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2 Responses to Ohl Strong Tournament

  1. Poonputt says:

    Please sign up to show support to his wife and children. Dr. Brent Ohl was the anesthetist for the Quad Cities for quite sometime. He lost the battle with pancreatic cancer last year. We are dedicated this meet for him and his family.

  2. Poonputt says:

    Dr. Brent Ohl, of Eldridge, died on August 27, 2016 at Trinity Hospital in Bettendorf, surrounded by family and friends. Brent died after a very courageous battle with an extremely aggressive and relentless cancer. Brent was gracious and thankful to the very end. He was 48.
    Brent will be universally remembered for his sense of humor, kindness, generosity, hospitality, and pride in his cooking. His laughter and larger than life personality followed him wherever he went; whether it was watching his sons’ sports teams, cheering on his beloved Iowa Hawkeyes, or hosting his family and friends at tailgates, holiday, and birthday parties. He especially enjoyed letting his personality come through while practicing medicine with colleagues, fishing with his boys, brother, father and friends, and writing his annual Christmas letter highlighting the many adventures of the Ohl family. As someone who lived life to the fullest, Brent would like to be remembered not only for his accomplishments, but also for his zest for life that may have included, but is not limited to, activities such as illegal fireworks displays on the fourth of July, several near death experiences at sea, and unintentional damage and quick escape with an RV on a family vacation. The party’s not over, Brent, it’s just been moved to Heaven.
    Dr. Brent Steven Ohl was born on September 16th, 1967 to Steve and Linda (Lenser) Ohl in Moline, Illinois. He and his brother, Craig, lived an adventurous childhood where they developed their love of sports, the outdoors and fishing. He attended North Scott Community Schools where he was actively involved in wrestling, football, the yearbook and the National Honor Society. He graduated from North Scott in 1986. Brent attended the University of Iowa where he earned a degree in mathematics in 1990. He then embarked on a career helping others. He earned a Doctor of Medicine of the University of Iowa in 1994, fulfilled an internship in pediatrics at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio in 1995, finished two residencies in Anesthesiology: one at the University of Iowa in 1996, and one at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston in July 1998. He completed his medical training through a Fellowship in Cardiothoracic Anesthesia in December of 1998. Brent subsequently served as an Assistant Professor of Anesthesia at the University of Texas from 1999-2000 where he worked countless hours alongside amazing colleagues in an effort to improve and save the lives of thousands of people. In 2000, Brent embarked on his private practice career as an anesthesiologist at Unity Point Trinity in Bettendorf, Moline, and Rock Island. Brent chaired the Western Illinois Anesthesia group over several terms. most recently, in 2016; he was honored as Clinical Educator of the Year by Trinity Emergency Medical Services, 2004, and twice awarded Trinity’s Model of Excellence in 2001 and 2009. Most recently Brent was honored at Unity Point Trinity as Doctor of the Month and he will be inducted into the North Scott Hall of Excellence this fall.

    Brent was united in marriage to Margaret Ann Kaiser on May 19th, 2001 at Holy Name Catholic Church in West Union, Iowa. They have been blessed with the birth of two children, Thomas Craig and Charles Joseph. Brent’s love for his wife, Peggy and his boys, Tom and Charlie, were at the heart of everything he did, including family gatherings, watching Tom and Charlie’s many activities, and the Ohl family vacations. His boys were fortunate to have an amazing father who loved them and guided them toward loves of adventure, curiosity, compassion, and fun.

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