\nDr. Mohammed Yousufuddin (Dr. Yousuf as his patients and colleagues affectionately called him), 80, passed away November 23rd 2021 in Arlington, Texas. Dr. Yousuf was born on November 15th, 1941 in Siddipet, Telengana, India (near Hyderabad) to Mohammed Faizuddin and Saleem Unissa. He was the fourth oldest of 10 siblings. Dr. Yousuf graduated from Gandhi Medical College of Osmania University in 1965 and on December 22, 1966 married Nafees Unnisa. He moved to the US for his medical training in 1967 and practiced surgery for nearly 50 years in Columbia, South Carolina and was well-respected among his peers. Dr. Yousuf was an influential member of the community helping to establish the Masjid al Muslimin in Columbia, SC in 1982. This was the first masjid established in the State of South Carolina and still offers prayer services to this very day. He retired from surgery in 2010 and moved to Arlington, Texas with his wife in 2020 to be closer to his son’s family. \n\nDr. Yousuf is predeceased by his parents and seven siblings and grandson Mohammed Ahsan Siddiqui. He is survived by his wife Nafees, his daughter Samina Yousufuddin and her husband Sohail Siddiqui; his daughter Farrukh Yousufuddin; his son Muhammed Faiz Yousufuddin and his wife Tasneem Ebrahimji, and grandchildren Ammar, Maryam, Hasan and Zainab Yousufuddin of Arlington, Texas. He is also survived by his brother Mohammed Salahuddin Talat and his sister Kaneez Amena. \n\nA service was held Friday November 26th, 2021 at Rahma Funeral Home in Dallas, Texas and Dar-el-Eman Islamic Center in Arlington, TX. Dr. Yousuf’s final resting place is at Ar-Rawdah Muslim Cemetery in Joshua, Texas.