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Death: Lloyd Wayland Macfarlane M.D.

Lloyd Wayland Macfarlane M.D. died in Salt Lake City, Utah, Oct. 28, 1997.

He was born in Cedar City, Utah September 7, 1914 to Dr. Menzies J. and Katherine Palmer Macfarlane.He attended school in Cedar City, the Branch Agricultural College (SUU), and the University of Utah, where he was a member of Beta Theta Pi Fraternity, and where he graduated with honors.

Dr. Macfarlane studied medicine at Cornell University College of Medicine in New York City and graduated Alpha Omega Alpha. He served an internship and residency for four years at Barnes Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis.

On August 24, 1940, in Hutchinson, KS, he married Dorothy Smith of Cedar City.

At the completion of his formal training, he entered the Army Medical Corps and served at Thayer General Hospital, Nashville, TN, and at Gorgas Hospital in the Panama Canal Zone. He then served as Chief of Medicine at the Colon and Margarita hospitals in Panama.

Returning to Salt Lake City after World War II, he became associated with Dr. Fuller B. Bailey and for 38 years practiced at Holy Cross Hospital as an internist. He served as president of the staff in 1961. He also taught at the University of Utah College of Medicine.

Dr. and Mrs. Macfarlane are the parents of two daughters, Dr. Katherine Nell Macfarlane of Santa Cruz, CA; and Jane Louise Macfarlane of Salt Lake City The doctor is survived by his wife and daughters, one brother, Dr. Alan Macfarlane; sisters-in-law, Mrs. Richard Menzies Macfarlane of Sunnyvale, CA; and Mrs. J. Lowe Sevy of Twin Falls, ID; as well as several nieces and nephews.

Friends may call Thursday, Oct. 30, at Evans and Early Mortuary, 574 East First South, 6-8 p.m.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Utah State Historical Society or charity of choice.

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