Suddenly, on Tuesday, November 4, 2003, HENRY STEWART SABATIER JR., M.D. Dr. Sabatier was 59 and had lived in Baltimore for much of his life. He attended Johns Hopkins for undergraduate and medical school, graduating from the School of Medicine in 1969. He completed a surgical residency at University Hospitals of Cleveland and returned to Baltimore in 1976, where he began a career in Emergency Medicine. During his career, Dr. Sabatier was surgical director of the Johns Hopkins Hospital Emergency Department, began the first contract emergency medicine practice at Fallston General Hospital, and directed the Emergency Department at Sinai Hospital. In 1980, he opened a private practice, The Pain Treatment & Rehabilitation Center, that grew into a multi-specialty physical medicine and rehabilitation practice with three regional offices. Most recently, Dr. Sabatier served as medical director for the We Care Clinic, an addiction recovery center in Glen Burnie. He was an active member of the American College of Emergency Physicians and taught courses to prepare doctors to take the oral board examination for specialty certification. Dr. Sabatier was an avid collector of wine, and enjoyed travel and gardening. He was an active member of the Guilford neighborhood organization that planted summer flowers in Sherwood Gardens. He also served on the board of the Young Victorian Theater Company, which performs Gilbert and Sullivan operettas in Baltimore each summer. All who knew Dr. Sabatier felt that he was a great teacher, counselor and mentor. Dr. Sabatier is survived by his children, Julie Sabatier of Portland, OR and Andy Sabatier of Auburn, AL, his mother, Glory T. Sabatier of Arlington, VA, and two sisters, Michele Sabatier of Alexandria, VA and Stephanie Sabatier of Cincinnati, OH. Funeral Home: Ruck Funeral Home (Towson).