Camille Mouchawar M.D.

On Saturday, June 22, 2019, Camille Mouchawar M.D. passed away at the age of 88. He is survived by his wife, Louise, his sons, grandchildren, nieces/nephews and numerous close friends. After emigrating from Syria, he became an established obstetrician gynecologist as well as a respected businessman. Upon retiring his practice, he pursued a successful real estate business. He enjoyed fishing, golf, swimming, backgammon as well as the close company of his dogs, Amir and Pasha. Known for his charitable nature and for freely gifting candy to those around him. He avidly supported the Catholic Church, college education and Saint Jude’s hospital. His charity, humor and wisdom will be missed by those close to him. A visitation and rosary will be held Friday, June 28th from 6-7pm at the La Paloma/Masonic Chapel. A funeral mass will be held at 9am on Saturday, June 29th at Our Lady of the Snows Catholic Church. Interment to follow at Our Mother of Sorrows Catholic Cemetery.

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  • Mohammad Azzam
    June 29, 2019 5:44 am

    May his soul Rest In Peace

  • Qiana Hubbard
    August 18, 2022 12:10 pm

    Dr. Mouchawar delivered all of my mother’s 5 children from 1968-1982. She was so fond of him and his kindness. May God bless his family and his legacy.

  • Marianne from LB
    November 25, 2022 7:03 pm

    It’s sad to me that you left out his first wife, Helga and their 4 boys Maurice, Alan, Larry & Marvin. One of his son’s preceded him in death. One of his son’s became an Olympic Water Polo Player and two of his son’s followed his medicine legacy.
    Dr. Mouchawar preyed upon poor welfare families. Truth. In paramount/downey CA – maybe others according to a neighbor whose baby he delivered in 1979 – the pre natal visits always included a finger job that was his joy and not the patient’s and sometimes he suggested ethnic cleansing by abortion for black women. Such was life at Virginia Country Club in the 1970’s. Living the sad dream of immigrant wealth and lies. I am not a family member, just a journalist historian, and I really feel like his boys were just Wills and Harry’s while he built the career of his life on their backs as if their mother never existed.


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