"Thou, Lord, in the beginning hast laid the foundation of the earth; and the heavens are the works of thine hands..." Hebrews 1:10
Dr. E. E. Anthony, MD
Dr. E.E. Anthony, Jr.
Fort Worth, 1906-1975
Dr. Ernest Eugene Anthony, Jr., 69, Fort Worth physician since 1934, died June 27, 1975.
Dr. Anthony, a native of Comanche, Tex, attended Baylor University, and, in1929, received his BA degree from The University of Texas. He graduated from The University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, in 1933.
He interned at John Sealy Hospital in Galveston before serving his residency at Harris (formerly Methodist) Hospital in Fort Worth.
While in school, Dr. Anthony was named a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi honorary graduate level fraternity, Alpha Omega Alpha honorary medical fraternity and Nu Sigma Nu medical fraternity. He was Fellow of the American College of Surgeons and the American Academy of Family Physicians, a former vice-president of the Tarrant County Medical Society, and a former president of the Tarrant County Academy of Family Physicians.
He also was a past president of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, Inc., and at the time of his death was treasurer of the association, as well as a director and executive committee member. He was member and former director of the Galveston Medical Branch Alumni Association.
Dr. Anthony held the degree of super excellent master in the Masons, and was member of numerous Masonic organizations, including Hemphill Heights Lodge 1164, Hemphill Heights Council 365, Hemphill Heights Chapter 448, Worth Commandry and Moslah Temple, in which he was a chairman of the medical committee.
He also was member of the Rotary Club, Petroleum Club and Century II Club, and chairman of the Texas Chapter of the Liberty Amendment Committee of the USA.
Survivors include his wife, Jacqueline Perry Anthony, Fort Worth; a daughter, Mrs. Carol Hackleman, Metaire, La; a brother, Boyd Anthony, Comanche; three sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Durham and Mrs. Ellen Norris of Comanche, and Mrs. Josephine Box of Corpus Christi; and two grandchildren.
TEXAS MEDICINE, page 125, Volume 71, November 1975