MUDr. Eva KUBERTOVÁ-ŠPIČKOVÁ, - plastická chirurgie

MUDr. Eva KUBERTOVÁ-ŠPIČKOVÁ, - plastická chirurgie

Žena 1903 - 1979  (75 let)

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  • Jméno MUDr. Eva KUBERTOVÁ-ŠPIČKOVÁ, - plastická chirurgie 
    Předpona MUDr. 
    Přípona - plastická chirurgie 
    Narození 8 Prosinec 1903  Praha, Czech Rep. Najít všechny osoby s událostmi v tomto místě 
    Pohlaví Žena 
    Úmrtí 16 Duben 1979  Praha. Czech Rep. Najít všechny osoby s událostmi v tomto místě 
    ID číslo osoby I906  volesky
    Poslední změna 23 Září 2017 

    Otec Julius KUBERT, - pražský setník,   nar. 4 Červen 1864,   zemř. 6 Prosinec 1907, Praha, Czech Rep. Najít všechny osoby s událostmi v tomto místě  (Věk 43 let) 
    Matka Bohumila (Milka) ZÁTKOVÁ-KUBERTOVÁ, - překladatelka angl. literatury,   nar. 13 Prosinec 1883, České Budějovice, Czech Rep. Najít všechny osoby s událostmi v tomto místě,   zemř. 27 Květen 1971, Praha, Czech Rep. Najít všechny osoby s událostmi v tomto místě  (Věk 87 let) 
    Sňatek 26 Červenec 1902  Praha, Czech Rep. Najít všechny osoby s událostmi v tomto místě 
    ID číslo rodiny F334  Schéma rodiny

    Rodina MUDr Hilar (ii) ŠPIČKA,   nar. 6 Červen 1903, Praha, Czech Rep. Najít všechny osoby s událostmi v tomto místě,   zemř. 8 Prosinec 1990, Praha, Czech Rep. Najít všechny osoby s událostmi v tomto místě  (Věk 87 let) 
    Sňatek 4 Červenec 1931 
    Děti 
     1. Ing. Arch. Daniel ŠPIČKA,   nar. 5 Únor 1939, Praha, Czech Rep. Najít všechny osoby s událostmi v tomto místě  (Věk 83 let)
     2. MUDr Diana ŠPIČKOVÁ-PETŘÍKOVÁ,   nar. 16 Listopad 1940, Praha, Czech Rep. Najít všechny osoby s událostmi v tomto místě  (Věk 81 let)
     3. Hilar (iii) Benjamin ŠPIČKA,   nar. 22 Leden 1943, Praha, Czech Rep. Najít všechny osoby s událostmi v tomto místě  (Věk 79 let)
    Poslední změna 20 Září 2016 
    ID číslo rodiny F620  Schéma rodiny

  • Poznámky 
    • «b»MUDr Eva Kubertová
      «/b»(«i»December 8, 1903 in Praha '96 April 16, 1979 in Praha)
      «b»«/i»Eva «/b»and her younger brother «b»Julius [II]«/b» lost her father very early in their lives; she was four
      years old, Julius [II] only seven months. Their loving mother Bohumila doted on the children.
      Their grandfather August [I] Zátka, who was also their guardian, played an important role in their
      lives. Eva had been involved in the Scout movement from her early youth. She put her heart and
      soul in the Scouting and spent weekends and vacations of her adolescent years hiking, camping,
      and sharing wonderful time with friends, many of whom remained friends for life.
      «b»«i»A note on Czech Scouting
      «/b»Dr A. B. Svojsík, professor at a secondary school, started his first experiments with
      Scouting in Bohemia in 1911. The country was then still part of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy.
      He published Základy Junáctví (Foundations of Scouting), which differed in several important
      aspects from the British model. Dr A. B. Svojsík put greater emphasis on the life in the nature and
      life in harmony with the nature, thus directly building on the American Woodcraft. He did not
      stress the military elements of the original Robert Baden Powell's model. Also, in contrast to a
      number of other countries, the movement did not incorporate religious elements. Nonetheless,
      since the Czech Scout movement took off immediately after the foundation of the independent
      Czechoslovak state based on the principle of national identity (in 1918), unsurprisingly it included
      ideals of patriotism.
      Dr A. B. Svojsík's tomb with his bust happens to be located next to the Kubert's family
      tomb in the illustrious cemetery at Vy in Praha.
      Another direct link to Dr A. B. Svojsík is through my mother. She was a close friend of Dr
      Svojsík's daughter, with whom she intensively participated in the Scouting activities as well.
      «/i»Eva studied Medicine at the Karlova University in Praha, where she met her future
      husband «b»MUDr Hilar [II] «/b». They got married on «i»July 4, 1931 «/i»in Praha«i». «/i»In Hilar [II] she
      found an ideal companion for travels and many outdoor activities. The collection of family
      photographs contains numerous pictures from skiing and mountaineering trips, canoeing trips
      and motoring in the Alps. Well into her years Eva loved to swim in the river Sázava in Pikovice
      until late autumn. Eva and Hilar [II] had three children, all born in Praha«b»:
      a) Daniel«/b», born on «i»February 5, 1939«/i», «b»b) Diana«/b», born on «i»November 16, 1940 «/i»and «b»c) Hilar [III] ("Pli «/b»born on J«i»anuary 22,1943.
      «b»«/i»Eva «/b»specialized in plastic surgery under Prof MUDr František Burian in Praha, and became his favored and promising assistant. Prof Burian was the founder of the Czech school of plastic surgery, and earned international recognition for his pioneering work on facial reconstructions. When Eva chose family over a promising academic career, Prof Burian was disappointed, as he foresaw a promising academic career for her. She opened a successful private practice in «i»1936. «/i»In the early «i»1950s«/i», like most of the physicians, she had to close it following fundamental reorganization of the Heath Care system by the Communist government.
      She continued to work as a plastic surgeon in a Public Health Clinic at Klimentská ulice in Praha,
      the same one in which her husband Hilar [II] and my father MUDr Karel Peyerl von Peyersfeld
      worked as well. After her retirement she found great comfort and happiness in having around her
      two grand-daughters. Eva visited us in Lausanne in«i»1967«/i». We fondly remember a memorable trip
      with her across a glacier to the Monte Rosa Hut. In Canada she visited our family only once, in
      mid-seventies, while we lived in Edmonton.
      In the matters of her own health, her attitude of benign neglect was not unlike that of her
      mother's. She suffered of hypertension, a condition with strong predisposition in the Zátka family,
      and ultimately died of one of its complication, a stroke. Admittedly, efficient medical treatment of
      hypertension had a lot to be desired then.
      («u»Source«/u»: «i»From Petr PETRIK: "«b»FAMILY CHRONICLE: Family of Diana Špičková«/b»" «/i»)