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William James Rea

Dallas, Texas

1935 - 2018

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REA, Dr. William James Dr. William James Rea, 83, beloved husband of Vera M. Andreichuk Rea for nearly 58 years passed away at home unexpectedly on Thursday, August 16, 2018, in Dallas, Texas. He was born in Jefferson, Ohio, on February 2, 1935, and he was the son of the late Joseph Ulrey Rea and...

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Dr. Rae will always be my hero. I just learned of his death and my heart goes out to his family. He was a gift to this world. Everyday he lived his purpose passionately . As I former patient,, I will greatly miss him. He listened, he understood and most of all HE BELIEVED me. When all other doctors failed me and thought I was crazy, Dr.Rae never doubted me for a second and he proved it. He saved my life. He saved so many lives. His legacy lives on.....

This Dr.saved my life. Never thought I would out live him. Am grieving for his wife and family as well as his patients who will miss him terribly.

Reading Dr. Rea's books guided my recovery. I would have been lost without him. The world has lost a great doctor.

I am one of Dr Rea's patients living in Colorado Springs, CO and just called the clinic to make an appointment. I am sadden by the news of his passing. He was a truly great doctor and so thankful I first found his clinic in 1995. Prayers to the family.
Johanna Hobson Smith

Designed wing no vortices 1983

Dr. Rea God's Speed
I consulted with his group and still studying. He was great and when I brought inventions he was still willing to learn and grow. I been blessed to have him and his group for there's more to come in the Future. thanks
Jeffrey Hansen

Our therapy bunny Beignet met Dr. Rea and he was impressed how calming this special bunny is

Dr. Bill Rea has helped many of our patients was a mentor and instructed me at AAEM and Capitol University. He has helped me with my own health as well. Much can be said. He was a Christian Lionhearted physician who is, in every sense, is how one defines a hero. He practiced good medicine. We sat together speaking to patients on the phone. His compassion and knowledge barely exceeded his imagination and ethics. Sad is the day when such physicians no longer practice medicine.

I met Dr. Rea in 2013 and credit him with turning my health around. The world has lost an incredible pioneer who left us with so much knowledge in the writings he did. He was courageous in his passion for environmental medicine and will be missed by all of us.
Sincerely,
Glenda Nickell MSN, RN