John Cunningham Brothers MD
Knowing Dr. John Brothers as a doctor was a wonderful experience. We are the same age so our family has spent many years in and out of his offices. We continue to see doctors in his former practice. His bedside manner should be an example for all new physicians. We had a special bond as his sister Sally and her husband, Tucker, were the God parents for our oldest daughter. I will never remember him saying to us when working with our daughter, Samantha, after discovering that she would have to give up competitive swimming, that our family was just not put together very well. This statement has certainly been true. We continue seeing the ortho folks in his former practice with our grandchildren with all kinds of skeletal problems. Thanks to John and the other great folks who have worked with him we have continued to recover from a great many maladies.
We send our condolences to the family and know that they have many fantastic things to remember about this wonderful physician, husband, father and all around great guy.
Ann and Family - I could not begin to tell you the impact Dr. "B" had on my career. What an incredible surgeon-teacher and friend. Thanks for sharing him with us! Vince Palermo
Unfortunately, I never had the opportunity to meet Dr. Brothers. I have been blessed to know his son, Carter, for the past several years. All I can say is that Dr. Brothers must have been an amazing father. His legacy will certainly live on through Carter's good work and love for others.
I have been so blessed and honored to have worked with Dr. Brothers at our Centennial off. I loved filling in for Sandy Johnson. He was always kind and considerate of everyone. He was the true Southern Gentleman. I loved when he would brag on my cooking, esp my turnip greens. I will always cherish the memories I have. He will be missed! Thank you Dr. Brothers for a wonder 13 years if great memories!!
I went to a new doctor this week He has all it will take to be a wonderful doctor. I told him if he would take a patient's arm or hand while he spoke to them, he would be as good a doctor as the best doctor I ever knew. John Brothers