||William Thomas Arnold  |
||III M. D. |
||19 Mar 1921
||Sabine County, Texas [2, 3, 4]
||Hemphill City Cemetery, Hemphill, Sabine County, Texas 
- He was a graduate of the University of Texas School of Medicine in 1944, and as of 2008 was an Ex-Officio member of the UTMB Alumni Association.
The Sabine County Reporter
May 31, 1995, Page 12
W.T. Arnold delegate to White House conference on aging
Dr. W. Tom Arnold, M.D. was recently named by Senator Phil Gramm as a delegate to the 1995 White House Conference on Aging (WHCoA), which was held May 2-5, 1995, in Washington D.C. The 1995 WHCoA is the fourth such conference in history and the last of this century. More than 2,250 delegates from all 50 states and the U.S. territories gathered at the Washington Hilton Hotel to develop resolutions which will shape aging national policy over the next decade...
Dr. Arnold, a member of the Medical Staff of Diagnostic Center Hospital, said "I was excited and honored to represent Texas at the 1995 WHCoA. Our work in Washington will help define a national aging policy for our country. The follow through to implement policy is also an extremely important part of the process."
President Bill Clinton, Vice President Al Gore, and Mrs. Hillary Rodham Clinton led the roster of speakers...
(Excerpted by Melinda McLemore Strong)
||Strong Family Tree
||17 Aug 2014 |
||William Thomas Arnold, Jr. M. D., b. 13 May 1880, Texas , d. 23 Dec 1937, Sabine County, Texas (Age 57 years) |
||Sarah Pearl Fuller, b. 13 Nov 1881, Hemphill, Sabine County, Texas , d. 18 Jan 1957, Harris County, Texas (Age 75 years) |
||2 Dec 1906
||Sabine County, Texas 
||Group Sheet, Family chart
||Kathleen "Kaye" Taylor, b. 22 May 1919, Crestmont, Haywood County, North Carolina , d. 17 Oct 2006, Houston, Harris County, Texas (Age 87 years) |
||7 Apr 1944
||Galveston County, Texas 
||10 Feb 2007 |
||Group Sheet, Family chart
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