Side 1: 01 - Robert M. Yost, M.D. - BAND 1 - A Doctor Looks at Abortion 02 - Attorney John B. Knox - BAND 2- A Lawyer Looks At Abortion 03 - Mrs. Marion Metelits - BAND 3- A Black Woman Looks at Abortion
Side 2: 04 - LaVonne Althouse, Katherine Baxter, Marion Metelits, John B. Knox, Harold Lloyd, Robert M. Yost - BAND 4- Critical Factors in the Problem of Abortion
from LCA Adult Christian Education Series
“Side 2, Band 4” discussant, LaVonne Althouse, is Rev. Dr. LaVonne Althouse; Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Retired Pastor, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America; Lititz, PA
She is recorded as an endorser of the RELIGIOUS DECLARATION ON SEXUAL MORALITY, JUSTICE, AND HEALING http://web.archive.org/web/20150925214906/http://www.exposingtheelca.com/exposed-blog/elca-leaders-pushing-for-marriage-equality-and-abortion In this document, the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America leaders call for marriage equality for homosexuals, and they voice their commitment to abortion, among other things.
Rev. Dr. LaVonne Althouse was listed as Editor of the April-June 2013 issue of “The Woman’s Pulpit” http://web.archive.org/web/20150925215213/http://womenministers.org/site/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/201304-06_Pulpit.pdf
September 25, 2015 Subject:
2002 obituary for Robert M. Yost, M.D.
Robert M. Yost, 73, physician
By Sally A. Downey INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
POSTED: June 18, 2002
Robert M. Yost, 73, a family physician in the Fort Washington area for almost 40 years, died Friday of complications from Parkinson's disease at Artman Home in Ambler.
Dr. Yost, who was also a former director of the family medicine residents' program at Temple University Hospital, had lived in Fort Washington for many years before moving to Artman Home two years ago.
In 1958 he opened a family practice in Fort Washington. He later moved the practice to Upper Dublin and then to Erdenheim.
"He was an old-fashioned family doctor," his daughter Jacqueline Donahue said. "He made house calls and sometimes patients would come to [our] house," she said.
"He moved his office to Erdenheim from Upper Dublin Medical Center because he wanted a smaller practice where he could give his patients more attention," she said. "They followed him wherever he moved."
He retired in 1997.
Dr. Yost was born in Iowa and raised in Philadelphia and was a graduate of Central High School.
He earned a bachelor's degree from Gettysburg College and a degree in medicine from Temple University in 1955.
After completing his internship at Temple, he served in the Air Force at McDill Air Force Base in Tampa, Fla.
From 1981 to 1984 he was director of the family medicine residents' program at Temple.
Dr. Yost was affiliated with Ablington Memorial Hospital and Chestnut Hill Hospital and was formerly on the board of Chestnut Hill Hospital.
He traveled all over the country and to Europe. Twenty years ago he spent a month in China with a group of U.S. physicians teaching western medicine and learning about Chinese medicine.
He enjoyed hiking, tennis, theater, and opera and woodworking. "He made a gazebo in the backyard for my wedding," his daughter said.
In addition to his daughter Jacqueline, he is survived by his wife of 50 years, Eleanore Gilfert Yost; daughters Gretchen Pye and Valerie Amer; a son David; and five grandchildren.
A funeral service will be held at noon today at Anton B. Urban Funeral Home, 1111 S. Bethlehem Pike, Ambler. Friends may call from 11 a.m. Burial will be in Whitemarsh Memorial Park in Prospectville.
Memorial donations may be made to Neurodegenerative Disease Research, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, 3600 Spruce St., Philadelphia 19104.