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Dr. Phil Aaron took care of us even after we moved to IN

Doctor Phil is a great man. I hope that curly white haired man from Columbia gets better. Prayers for his healing. May God bless and keep him.

By Ricky Burton, Edinburgh, IN

Dr. Phil, You know I think you had Burton in you because you always seemed to show up for the Burton get-together on the Ridge. Your dad and you took care of my family for years. I never forget, even after moving to Indiana, you even took care of us then. One time at Christmas my wife Lisa became ill with a stomach virus when we needed to come back to Indiana.


I called you and they let me talk to you at Aaron Medical Center and you said sure thing Rick bring her in the back I'll see her, and you did. You gave her a shot and some Meds to help us get on our way. You know your family has always been close to mine even after I moved to Edinburgh.

A doctor that I went to saw that I was from Columbia, Kentucky then he asked if I knew the Aarons and I told how I knew you guys form my youth up. As luck would have it, he said he knew your family and that his grandparents were from Columbia and he had done his training with your brother Steve. This sounds like a story you used to tell.

Just want to tell you that I hope that curly white haired man from Columbia gets better. Always we appreciate and love you and your family for what you've done for us. Prayers for your healing. May God bless you and keep you.
--Ricky Burton

Comments re article 83462 Prayers for healing for Dr Phil Aaron today


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