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Remembering Dr. Phil Aaron -- from Junior Stotts

Junior Stotts writes:
"Adair County has lost a legend that has been missed for months now and for all that has known him he will be remembered throughout the rest of our lives -- our children and grandchildren will talk and share our memories of him of being a Great DR, a good man that has given more to our county than anyone I have known. I am 67 he was my Dr and all my family, my Dad's, my Mom's, he was a household name in the community. There will be lots of stories told about him for many years to come, some will be funny, he enjoyed lots of humor and enjoyed life.
"Your life has ended here but may you live forever in a better place." -- Junior Stotts
See: Phillip Reeves (Phil) Aaron, M.D. 70, Adair Co., KY (1945-2016)



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