Forwarded for the Terasaki Center for Japanese Studies at UCLA
We are saddened to share the passing of our longtime supporter and friend, Dr. Paul Terasaki.
Dr. Terasaki was born in Los Angeles in 1929.
He spent three high school years during World War II interned with his family and other Japanese Americans in the Gila River War Relocation Center in Arizona.
He later earned his bachelor’s, master’s, and doctorate in zoology from UCLA and was professor of surgery in the Department of Surgery. He also dedicated his life to improving the understanding of Japan in the United States, and he tirelessly and generously supported the Center until the very end.
A memorial service in scheduled for 11 a.m., Sunday, March 6, at Royce Hall.
For more stories about Dr. Paul I. Terasaki, visit http://www.culturalnews.com/?p=20208
Dr. Paul I. Terasakai Memorial Parking Instructions
From Sunset Blvd., enter north campus at Royce Dr. (between Westwood Plaza and Hilgard Ave.)
Proceed straight to Parking Structure 5.
Inform the attendants you are attending the Terasaki Memorial.
Accessible parking spaces are located on Level 4 of the parking structure Cross the footbridge and follow signs to the front of Royce Hall.
Parking Structure 5 is located at: 302 Charles E. Young Drive, North Los Angeles, CA 90095.