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Ronald L. Reeves M.D. 1943 - 2017

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Ronald L. Reeves M.D.

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March 27, 2018
I'm so sad to learn about Dr. Reeves passing. He was a brilliant and funny man and I am glad I had the chance to know him.
November 11, 2017
November 11, 2017
I remember working with Dr reeves and my dad john. He was brilliant and very pleasant to be around. I remember doc assisting me with a school project on the circulatory system which I received an A on. I enjoyed going out for pizza with him. Such a sweet man and will be truly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with his family. He spoke so highly of his children. I believe I had the pleasure of meeting Ronnie Jr a few times. God bless and keep all of you in your time of grief. I'm sure doc and my dad are joking and enjoying the greater kingdom together.
October 29, 2017
My dad was a brilliant man who dedicated his life to his work. He will be missed. I will see you again.
October 26, 2017
Dr. Reeves went to bat for my aunt who had Alzheimer's. He had the courage to tell it like it was in regard to her death. My dad was the CEO of Whitney Industries and worked for Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitney, who was his close friend. Mr. Reeves graduated from Vanderbilt, a great university. Thank you for your integrity, Mr. Reeves! RIP.

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