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DEATH: DR. FULLER BRYAN BAILEY

Fuller Bryan Bailey, age 99, died April 22 ,1995 in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Born January 27, 1896 in Imperial, Nebraska, to Edward and Alice Bailey. He married Mabelle Zimmer, January 6, 1923 in Chicago, Illinois. She died May 17, 1984.He graduated from the University of Nebraska in 1917 with a BS degree. He then attended the University of Chicago Rush Medical School and graduated from there in 1919. Internship followed at Washington Boulevard Hospital and Cook County Hospital in Chicago, Ill., 1919-21.

Dr. Bailey then returned to Rush Medical School where he served for two years (1921-23) as an instructor of medicine while at the same time beginning an association with Dr. Bertron W. Sippy in gastroenterology.

He began private practice in Salt Lake City, Utah in 1923. In 1930 he did post graduate education in Vienna, Austria, returning afterwards to his Salt Lake practice.

He was active in the organization of the University of Utah's four year Medical School. Following service as acting head of the U of U's Department of Internal Medicine (1942), and associate of clinical professor of internal medicine (1943-65), he assumed emeritus status.

Fuller Bailey was an ardent golfer, bridge player, long time member of the Salt Lake Country Club and Alta Club. He loved to work around his home and garden, which were his pride and joy.

He is survived by Elva J. Burke (sister), Edward B. Blake (nephew), Imperial, Nebraska; Patricia J. Harrison (niece), Redart, Virginia; by long time caregiver, Agnes LaVon Hill, Salt Lake City; and a host of friends and former patients.

Memorial services Weds., April 26th, 10 a.m. at Evans & Early Mortuary, 574 East 100 South. Internment at Mt. Calvary Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the University of Utah Medical School in the name of Fuller B. Bailey.

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