William A. Blodgett M.D.

Louisville, Kentucky


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Blodgett, William A. M.D.,94, died at home on December 14 2014.He was the middle son of Uri and Frances Blodgett of Watertown, NY, and was preceded in death by his brothers, Dr. Donald Blodgett of Watertown and Col. Rex Blodgett, U S Army retired, of Arlington, VA.Dr. Blodgett graduated from...

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He was the physician for my grandmother,father,mother,brother.

My mother,Glenna Farnsley was Bills house cleaner for 10 years or more and says that Bill was a exceptional person. Always positive and up beat. He was a great man. I did his yard work for several years and he had two dogs. Bart was a black lab and Peter was a wiener dog. I have fond memories of him and will miss him very much.
Our condolences,
Chad Farnsley

Dr Blodgett was my doctor after leaving my childhood dr. From 18 yrs old to the day he retired. 30 + years. He was a very special man and doctor. Never rushing you through his office. He will always be my favorite, he will be missed. Love my Dr. Blodgett.

My condolences to Bill Blodgett, Jr. and his family for this passing of a loved one. My prayers are with you.

As a little girl and to this day, I will always remember Uncle Bill as a gentleman that lived life with joy. There are fond memories of his visits to the river shared with his brother, Don.

Dear Blodgett family,
I was lucky to have been Dr. Blodgett patient for many years and want to offer my deepest sympathy.

Mike Ward

Bill was one of the first people I met when moving to Louisville in 1973. He was a great friend--introduced me to fishing on The White River in Arkansas and duck hunting (or shooting as he called it) in Western Kentucky. He was a great physician and friend and I know he will be missed. He is in a wonderful place now. My deepest sympathy goes out to you, Weasy, Bill Jr and the rest of the family. My prayers are with you.

Wonderful man, exceptional doctor. Tended my family with loving skill for many years. RIP

I loved Dr. Blosgett and admired him so much. He saved my life once by being at my side, giving me a shot when I had anaflactic shock from an Iodine injection for an MRI or some such test on a tumor in my neck. I have thought about him often in the years past with his intelligence, kindness and devotion to his craft. He will be missed for sure.