Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi ( – 3 April 2009) Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi dilahirkan pada 26 November 1939 di Kampung Perlis, Bayan Lepas, Pulau Pinang.
Beliau yang merupakan anak sulung daripada empat beradik ini adalah anak kepada pasangan Haji Ahmad Haji Abdullah Fahim (lebih dikenali sebagai Ahmad Badawi) dan Datuk Khailan Hassan. Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi mendirikan rumahtangga dengan Datin Seri Endon Mahmood pada 4 September 1965 ketika beliau berkhidmat di Jabatan Perkhidmatan Awam.
He was also an enthusiastic walker, especially enjoying long Sunday walks on Perth’s beaches.
Wilkie and others, publishing papers that attracted hundreds of citations. He served as President and committee member of the Western Australia VHF Group and was highly regarded for his technical knowledge.
This is to inform you that Tan Sri Dr A Majid Ismail (Koko Majid) passed away this afternoon.
Datin Seri Endon merupakan anak sulung kembar yang dilahirkan pada 24 Disember 1940.
Hasil perkongsian hidup pasangan ini, mereka dikurniakan dua orang anak iaitu Kamaluddin dan Nori.
He obtained a Selangor Education Department Scholarship 1932-39; Selangor Government Scholar 1940; enrolled at King Edward VII College of Medicine Singapore 1940-42 (pre-war) and 1946-49 (post-war); Japanese occupation in Malaya and Singapore 1941-45; Japanese Army Medical Corp took charge of hospitals; laboratory assistant to a Japanese chemist; his family home in Kuala Lumpur was bombed, and he lost all his photographs; returned to Ujong Pasir within Kampong Baru in Kuala Lumpur during the Japanese occupation; earned a living by selling salted fish, kerosene, birds, chickens, and tapioca; joined the Ikka Daigaku at Tan Tock Seng Hospital (TTSH) and moved to Malacca General Hospital in 1943; resumed medical studies at College of Medicine Singapore 1946-49; Social Secretary Medical College Union; King Edward VII Medical College and Raffles College merged in 1949 to form University of Malaya based in Singapore 1949; MBBS UM (Singapore) 1950; Medical Officer (MO) General Hospital Kuala Lumpur (GHKL) 1950-53; Program Doktor Radio 1950s; first Malay Queen’s Scholar in Medicine from UM (Singapore) 1950; Queen’s Scholarship 1950; pursued postgraduate studies in Edinburgh and Liverpool; Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh 1953-55; FRCS Edinburgh 1955; returned to Malaya 1955; State Surgeon Negeri Sembilan 1956; University of Liverpool 1957; M.
Dr Ismail bin Abdul Rahman (1915-1973) MBBS 1945 University of Melbourne Date of birth: 4 November 1915 Place of birth: Johor Date of demise: Thursday, 2 August 1973 Place of demise: In his bedroom at home in Maxwell Road (now Jalan Tun Dr Ismail), Kuala Lumpur Place of burial: Makam Pahlawan (Warriors' Mausoleum), Masjid Negara, Kuala Lumpur Attended schools and colleges: -- Structures named after him: TTDI, Jalan TDI, TDI Hostel in UKM, etc --- Family: Married Norashikin bt Mohd Seth @ "Neno" (sister of Ghazali & Yahya Mohd Seth, MB Pahang) 6 children, 2 boys and 4 girls.