Dr. David E. Bush, a cardiologist and an internationally known educator who was an expert in the fields of cardiac computer tomography and angiography, died of cancer Sept. 3 at Johns Hopkins Hospital.
The Glen Arm resident was 63.
"David was a wonderful, happy, positive kind of guy — the-sun-is-always-shining kind of guy. He always saw the good in things," said Dr. Nisha Chandra-Strobos, chief of cardiology at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center and a close friend and longtime colleague.
"As a doctor, he was most thoughtful and meticulous, and the patients admired him," she said.
The son of Dr. Ebenezer Bush, a dentist, and Wynona...