Dr David Mark Chaput de Saintonge MB, BS, BSc, PhD, FRCP, FFPM

David Chaput de SaintongeIt is with poignant sadness that we are letting people know that David Chaput de Saintonge, our much loved and respected Director of Education, passed away on the 30th December. He will be remembered by so many PRIME friends as our brilliant educational lead, author of our teaching manuals, and an inspiring friend.

A thanksgiving service and a celebration of David’s life will be taking place on Saturday 17th January at 2pm GMT at Pembury Baptist Church. We know that David’s life impacted many of you who live all around the world and for those unable to attend the service please do feel free to remember him in your own way at this time.

In recognition of David’s work in PRIME we are inviting tributes, memories, stories and photographs of David from everyone who knew him. We will produce these in a book which we will present to his family. If you would like to contribute to this please send your contribution to the PRIME office no later than Monday 13th January.

Read a tribute from our Chair of Trustees on our website


One thought on “Dr David Mark Chaput de Saintonge MB, BS, BSc, PhD, FRCP, FFPM

  1. Can I still leave a reply?

    I was just sitting at my desk and Dr Chaput de Saintonge came to mind. I use to work for Dr Chaput at The London Hospital back in 1988. He indeed was a joy to work for and the only reason I left my job at The London Hospital, Mile End was because of the lure of the city and being aged 20 wanted to go and earn a fortune.

    Really sad to read this news. My condolences to Dr Chaput’s family.

    Marcia Lewis

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