It was with great sadness that I read of Dr. Hall’s death. I’m sure many friends, patients and family members felt this same loss. Back in the ‘50s, when Bill and Zanie Hall arrived in Gravette, my hometown, I probably became their first baby sitter, taking care of Donna, and later Gordon. I was still in high school. My mother worked many years for Dr. Hall and Zanie, baby sitting David, and caring for their home. I loved this couple and they were so kind and generous to me and my family. Dr. Hall always "knew" you; he was so approachable. He never got too good to acknowledge anyone.
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Opinion, Pages 6 on 08/08/2012
Print Headline: LOOKING BACK: Dr. Hall was a caring country physician