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Doug Wehrman, civic leader, dies

Posted: Friday, February 15, 2013 10:30 am

Doug Wehrman, 62, a long-time Paris resident active in many community and business affairs, died Thursday.

In 1976, Wehrman moved to Paris where he began the first orthopedic physical therapy clinic, the first chronic pain clinic, the first sports clinic and the first rehabilitation clinic. He retired from the Physical Therapy Clinic of Paris in 2008.

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  • Buddy posted at 10:07 am on Sun, Feb 17, 2013.

    Buddy Posts: 1

    Doug is my buddy,my friend and someone I ALWAYS looked up to.GOD be with his family. David Hussey

  • truby posted at 7:37 pm on Fri, Feb 15, 2013.

    truby Posts: 1

    I am so sorry to hear of Doug's passing. He was truly an inspiration to me. Doug's enthusiasm for life and his work was instrumental in motivating me to pursue a career as a physical therapist and athletic trainer. I have modeled much of my private practice after Doug's clinic in Paris and have certainly carried Doug in my heart as I have gone through my career. It was an honor to know him and to work with him. My thoughts and prayers to his family and loved ones and to all who worked with him in Paris. Tina McLean (then Tina Ensey)



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