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William F. Harrison

Fayetteville, AR

1935 2010

Published: September 26, 2010

Dr. William F. Harrison, the founder and primary physician of the Fayetteville Women's Clinic and one of the few remaining physicians in the region willing to perform legal abortions, died ...

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Bill and I were good friends at the U. of A. I always enjoyed his sense of humor. We went frog gigging one night, stopped on the way at a liquor store and bought a pint of snake-bite medicine (bourbon). The prescription was to take a drink each time we saw a snake. We waded into a stream and in less than a minute had to take a drink. We finished the bottle before ever spotting the first bullfrog. So many snakes!

Bill had a laugh that I will never forget. He was a pleasure to know as was Betty. She was a student of mine in Botany and we became friends. Betty, I am so sorry to hear that Bill has solved the Great Mystery. I am in Crested Butte, Colorado so will be unable to attend the funeral. My best wishes for you and your family.

September 26, 2010 at 11:22 a.m. ( | suggest removal )






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