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Senator McConnell with Dr. Phil's children at Memorial Service

2016-08-13 - Columbia Baptist Church, 201 Greensburg Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener, (c).
Senator Mitch McConnell spoke to Sarah Aaron Bromley, left, daughter of Dr. Phil Aaron, and Blake Aaron, right, Dr. Phil Aaron's son, before the memorial service for Dr. Aaron this morning at the Columbia Baptist Church. Senator McConnell delivered the first eulogy, recalling his friendship with Dr. Phil since their college days at the University of Kentucky. Though his years in public life, Sen. McConnell said, he knew that there would be a familiar face in the crowd when he would visit Columbia. "Phil would always be there," he said. Other eulogies were delivered by a dear colleague of Dr. Phil Aaron's, Dr. Chuck Giles; and by long time family friend Linda Waggener. Paired photo - See: Senator McConnell speaks with Blake Aaron at Memorial Service

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