To the memory of Tamila A. Marysheva
Tamila A. Marysheva (Burnasheva) passed away on December, 7, 2016, at the age of 73 after incurable disease. She worked at the Filatov Institute of Eye Diseases and Tissue Therapy as a senior bibliographer from 1972 and as Head of Scientific Library from 1977 to 2010. She dedicated all her life to improvement of institute’s library.
Tamila Marysheva was born on December, 1, 1994 in a town of Jalal-Abad, Kyrgyzstan.
In 1967, she graduated from the Ferghana State Pedagogical University named after Ulugh Beg, Foreign Language Faculty with a specialization in the German language. After finishing the institute she got job referral as a German language teacher in a secondary school No5 named after N.K.Krupskaia in a town of Guliston of Sirdaryo Region in Uzbekistan. Having a talent for music, Tamila Agapovna gave lessons on a class of the piano at a music school.
To date, the scientific library which was founded by academician Vladimir Filatov is one of the leading information institutions in the field of ophthalmology and health care.
Readers of the library are researchers, ophthalmologists, residents, postgraduate students, trainees and fellows.
Tamila Agapovna carried out the huge work on funding and moving the library from the building of Consultative Policlinic into a new room with a reading hall in the Laboratory building.
Together with S.M.Pikarevich and T.I. Oleinikova from Odessa State Scientific Library named after A.M.Gorky, she performed monumental work on publishing the bibliography of academician Nadezhda Puchkovskaia (Odessa; 1986; scientific editor: E.A. Anina, Cand. Of Sc. (Med.)). It should be noted that Tamila Agapovna cared with respect to the memory of her predecessors in the library as well as to her colleagues.
Extraordinary delicacy, gentleness and friendliness always distinguished her. She prepossessed to communication, she was an exceptional receptive listener and a very communicative person. The readers of the library were always received with her smile and attention, truly readiness to help and they all got full and complete reply to any point of interest. Tamila Agapovna was a very generous and so will she be in the memory of everyone who was privileged to communicate with her. She was a wonderful wife and mother boundlessly devoted to her family. Over many years of work at the Filatov Institute, Tamila Agapovna was awarded diplomas by Institute’s Administration, Ministry of Health of Ukraine, Ministry of Culture of the USSR.
Editorial office of Journal of Ophthalmology (Ukraine) together with the collective of the Filatov Institute share the deep sorrow of her relatives and close people and the memory of Tamila A. Marysheva will remain in our hearts.