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Joan Cox Gill M.D.

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

1943 - 2018

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Gill, Joan Cox MD In Loving Memory Of Joan Cox Gill, MD June 23, 1943 - May 9, 2018 Dr. Gill passed away in the early hours of May 9 after a hard-fought battle with cancer. She was a devoted mother to her daughter Gretchen Gill, PhD. She was a loving sister, serving as the family matriarch to her...

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Dr Gill played an astronomical role in my nephews life for the past 21 years. My nephew was diagnosed with severe hemophilia A 21 years ago and Dr Gill has been there for him since day one. The impact she had in our family's lives meant more than she will ever know. Our hearts are very heavy and she took a piece with her. Thank you Dr Gill for always being there for my nephew. I don't know what we will do without you. You gave your heart and soul for your patients and our family will forever...

Dear Gigi, Patty LaCosse and entire family. My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your entire family. Gigi, I remember you and your Mom back in the 60's when your Aunt Patty would take care of you. I graduated with your Aunt and she is still a very dear friend of mine. All of you have a lot to be proud of with all the accomplishments of your Mom, Sister and Friend. May all the great memories carry on for the rest of your lives and help you get thru this difficult time.

Dear Gigi, Patty LaCosse, and Entire Family- We are so sad for the loss of your loved one. Know that friends care deeply, and you are in our thoughts, and prayers. "Those we truly love, never really leave us, their memories live on in our hearts forever"

Susan, and Steven Thornton

Gigi....Tony and I are so saddened to hear of your mom's death. You are a special lady because she was a wonderful mom. God bless you. You are in our thoughts today. Love from Tony and Irene Farkas

Dr. Gill was highly respected by those of us working in the Hemophilia field across the country. She was always available to answer questions regarding patients. RIP Joanie.