Marcus Dillard Shouse, M.D.

Shouse, M web1947 ~ 2013

Marcus was born to Dr. Elton E. and Margaret Shouse in 1947 and was raised in Knoxville, TN where he graduated from The Webb School of Knoxville and was Salutorian of his senior class. He subsequently graduated from Tulane University in New Orleans with a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and the University of Tennessee Medical School in Memphis with an M.D. Marcus did his internship and residency at St. Mary Medical Center in San Francisco and was board certified in internal and emergency medicine. He practiced medicine briefly in Huntsville, AL and Atlanta, GA but primarily in northern California, specifically in the Modesto area. Marcus was a member of ACEP (Fellow American College of Emergency Medicine).

He is survived by his children Scott Shouse and Stephanie Shouse both of San Diego, CA; sister Dr. Margaret Nicki Shouse Farber of Los Angeles, CA; maternal aunts and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Richard Taylor of Knoxville and Mrs. Jim Gardner of Theodore, AL; paternal aunts and uncles Mr. and Mrs. LeGrand Smith of Asheville, NC and Mr. and Mrs. William Shouse of Guntersville, AL; and many cousins. Marcus is preceded in death by his parents and brother William Shouse, M.D.

Memorial service will be held at Allen Mortuary on Saturday, September 14, 2013 at 3:00p.m. Please share your memories at www.allenmortuary.com.


Remembrances

  1. Marc Shouse & I shared most of medical school and much of the following 35 years in Northern California. I marveled at his energy and charisma. I worked for Marc half of the years from 1982 to 2005, sharing our professional lives but not our social lives. Marc was one of the more remarkable persons in my experience. M Bruce Parker MD FACEP

  2. I was unaware of Marcus’ passing, until just now. He offered me a job at Ridgecrest Community Hospital, during a difficult period in my life, and offered compassion, support and guidance during the seven years I worked there.

  3. I remember Marcus fondly. For some reason I have been thinking about him lately and it is with a shock that I read about his passing. He was a kind, brilliant man and physician. I am devastated.

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