From the obituary:
“In his long years at Planned Parenthood, Roy Holly probably helped oversee the medical care of more women than just about any doctor in the state.
‘We were then the Planned Parenthood Association and had the one big clinic at 12th and State in downtown Milwaukee,’ said Barbara Jane ‘B.J.’ Bacon, now vice president for patient services at Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin.
‘As medical director, Dr. Holly was in charge of running the program,’ she said. “And we saw 13,000 to 15,000 patients a year.”
Let’s see… 13,000 to 15,000 patients for 17 years? I’m sure those 221,000 to 255,000 children that were never born are appreciative of his efforts.
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