When you came into the world, you cried, and everybody around you was glad.
You lived in such a way that when you exit the world everybody cries and you alone smile.
In great love and deep gratitude we say goodbye to

Dr.med.univ. Ivan Engler, PhD

A leader in physicians’ research for natural healing methods
Assoc. Prof. in the Institute of Physiology, Faculty of Medicine, P.J. Šafárik, University of Košice

Who has gone from us in his 86th year on 30 January 2017 after a short very severe illness.

The celebratory urn farewell and afterwards the funeral takes place on
Thursday 16th of March 2017, at 2 PM beginning
in the funeral rooms of the municipal cemetery of Salzburg.

In the name of the family, all relatives and friends.

Assoc. Professor Ivan Engler, MD, PhD, HP
Curriculum Vitae included:
Doctor of Medicine, Košice Slovakia and University of Vienna Austria
Trauma and accident physician
Austrian Army Captain UNO
Chief Surgeon in Rehabilitation at Austrian Veterans Hospital
Natural Healing training in Germany, China, Taiwan and India
Private practice in Salzburg, Austria specializing in oxygen therapies.

Awards included:
UNO Medal for Peace
Collective Nobel Peace Prize

Accomplishments:
Founded “Inhaled Ionized Oxygen Therapy” – IO2Th/Engler
Numerous lectures for OIRF, Universities in Germany, Austria, Slovakia and has published over 80 papers and monographs, as well as one book.

During a time of grief it always seems so strange to try and reduce the accomplishments of a lifetime into a few paragraphs. Looking back I am so very thankful that Dr. Engler willingly and energetically joined our group in Germany this past October. Once again he shared his knowledge and his incredible experience with all of us who were a part of that group (seen here speaking to the Tour #43 group, Oct. 2016).

When I initially met him I was more than a little overwhelmed by his intelligence and research. But the literal twinkle in his eye and a quick bit of humor quickly led to a decades-long friendship. Personally, I will miss my dear friend Ivan and find it hard to believe that he is gone so quickly. But as a colleague, physician, researcher, author and healer the loss to our community of complementary and Biological Medicine is immense and once again represents the passing of an era.

We send heartfelt sympathy to the family, relatives and friends of Prof. Dr. Ivan Engler.

Be at peace my dear friend.

Please follow this link to see Carolyn’s further comments.

A Sad Announcment for OIRF Supporters
From THE BRIDGE Newsletter of OIRF
Published February 2017

© Copyright 2017, Occidental Institute, BC Canada

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