Wednesday, December 18, 2013
Playing his guitar
Whaley Wescot Easterlin Jr. was a good friend and a fine man. He was a man that dedicated his life to caring for his patients in Georgetown and the surrounding area.
As his first office manager I learned a great deal under his supervision. His patients would follow him where ever he moved. A man of integrity and grit, his 39 years of practice in Georgetown and loyalty of his patients speak volumes about his passion and compassion.
With God as his guide he along with Dr. Frances Doyle saved our daughter Kimberly’s life. Jamie and I have been eternally grateful for that.
I have heard it said by his colleagues and nurses that worked with him that he was one the best diagnosticians they had ever worked alongside.
I know without a shadow of a doubt that he is in heaven playing his guitar and singing to his first love Leslie.
My family has lost a dear friend and fine physician.
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