It is with great sorrow we morn the loss of one of our Physicians, Dr. William Middleton. Dr. Middleton lost his battle with cancer this past Saturday. We are comforted by his peaceful passing while at home with his family. All who knew Dr. Middleton knew his kind heart and endearing spirit. He was a dedicated member of Alcoholics Anonymous and Sponsor for 32 years, He was devoted to those whom struggled with Addiction and recently was certified by The American Board of Addiction Medicine. He is survived by his five children, Courtney, Britany, Bryce, Victoria and William, as well as his Sister Jan and Partner Anne. Our prayers are with you during this troubling time. We hold close his memory and remember the light he brought into any room.
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