Hall-Ketchum, M.D.-Obituary

Hall Ketchum, M.D.

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Prayers to your whole family. I still remember Hall and Margaret's visits to Illinois when I was young.

May 18, 1971 is the day your father delivered our third child Steven. He has been a blessing to his family since the day he was born. What a blessing it must have been to have this amazing man for your husband, father and Grandpa. Thank you for sharing him with the Mom's and Dad's whose lives were changed forever by his gift of bringing life into this world. So sorry for your loss.....

Dear Bill, Praying for you and your family in the loss of your dad. I cannot be there tomorrow but wanted you to know that you and your family will be in my thoughts.

Dearest family members
Dr. Ketchum was my mother's physician, delivering me 1 month early in 1954 most likely saving both our lives. He again saved my life 22 years later. The world should still to listen for a moment when a mighty tree like Dr. Ketchum has fallen. I am forever grateful to him, as many are alive today because of his gentle caring. More physicians should take a professional and life lesson from his accomplishments.
Deepest sympathies to you all.

Please know I'm thinking of you and your family with fond memories. Every rime I go on 61st Street near your home I remember many fun times I had with Marcia and Bill at McClure School. Are you living at Inverness Village now? I appreciated Dr. and Mrs Ketchum through the years. I am living at University Village now. God bless you all. Carolyn McKinney Goetzinger

Love and Hugs to you all. We will miss a very special treasure in our lives. However, we will treasure his memory.


Hall's Obituary

Hall Ketchum, M.D., born October 20, 1920 in Muskegon, MI. to Bert Ketchum & Helen Hope Hall Ketchum. Hall graduated from Muskegon Heights High School, President of the Senior Class, Graduate Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, President Wrangler-Alpha Delta Phi Senior Year, Graduate...

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