BENEFITING: UNIVERSITY LIGGETT SCHOOL
EVENT DATE: Nov 06, 2016
So many of you have asked how it would be possible to make a donation in Tarik's name. Here's your chance!
All proceeds from this event will go toward the Sure Foundations campaign at University Liggett School on behalf of Tarik's family.
Donations are tax-deductible.
Donations may be made anonymously by selecting "Hide Amount" and/or "Don't Show My Name"
YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE PRESENT AT THE EVENT TO PARTICIPATE!
We thank you for helping us to carry on the legacy of our friend and brother, Dr. Tarik Ibrahim.
University Liggett School’s
Sure Foundations Campaign Honoring and
Naming Upper School Commons after
Tarik Ibrahim, M.S., M.D., ‘99
Drs. Fikry and Mona Ibrahim, the parents of Tarik Ibrahim M.S., M.D., a '99 Liggett alumnus, have made a philanthropic contribution to the Sure Foundations campaign by naming the Upper School Commons Area after Tarik Ibrahim M.S., M.D. This gift honors Tarik by commemorating him and keeping his legacy alive, as well as helping to ensure that Liggett’s students have access to the best facilities and classroom space.
Dr. Tarik Ibrahim, an accomplished Neurosurgeon, was formerly Chief Neurosurgery Resident at Loyola University Medical Center in Chicago and completed a six-month training in cerebrovascular and microneurosurgery with the world-renowned neurosurgeon Dr. Juha Hernesiemi in Helsinki, Finland. One of Tarik's most impressive successes was being a highly published author, publishing 16 journal articles and four book chapters in the U.S. as well as nine additional publications for international readership, with first authorship on several.
As the Chairman of the Loyola University Medical Center, Dr. Douglas Anderson, stated..."I immediately started to entice him to be a colleague... as I could think of no better person with whom to build our department, lead the nextgeneration of neurosurgeons...I loved him like a son.”
A Grosse Pointe Shores native, Dr. Tarik Ibrahim was born on September 2, 1981, and began at University Liggett School in fourth grade. The bonds and friendships he formed at University Liggett School withstood the test of time and continue to become stronger and stronger today. As a tribute to those everlasting bonds, his friends and family will keep his legacy alive by raising additional gifts to advance the priorities of the Sure Foundations campaign, as well as to honor and recognize the institution that helped make Tarik the person he is today.
Give a Gift in Memory of Tarik Ibrahim, M.S., M.D.,
ULS Class of ‘99