1- 1 Expressing regret at the passing of Dr. Carson B. "Bucky" 1- 2 Burgstiner; and for other purposes.
1- 3 WHEREAS, Dr. Carson B. "Bucky" Burgstiner passed away at 1- 4 Duke University Hospital in Durham, North Carolina, on May 1- 5 26, 1997, at the untimely age of 64; and
1- 6 WHEREAS, affectionately known as "Bucky," Dr. Burgstiner was 1- 7 a prominent Savannah gynecologist and obstetrician for 37 1- 8 years until his retirement in March, 1997, and he was active 1- 9 in the Medical Association of Georgia, serving as that 1-10 organization's president in 1978 and 1979, and he served as 1-11 vice chairman to the Medical Association of Georgia's 1-12 delegation to the American Medical Association; and
1-13 WHEREAS, since he contracted Hepatitis B while delivering a 1-14 baby in 1983, he developed a keen interest in natural 1-15 methods of prevention and treatment, and he settled on an 1-16 extract of thymus glands of calves, a regimen also followed 1-17 by country singer Naomi Judd, who filmed a television 1-18 program on health issues with Dr. Burgstiner; and
1-19 WHEREAS, he is survived by his wife, Jacque; two sons, 1-20 William C. and John M. Burgstiner; three daughters, Helen 1-21 Smith, Elizabeth Pittman, and Sally Wagner; 13 1-22 grandchildren; and a host of friends.
1-23 NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE HOUSE OF 1-24 REPRESENTATIVES that the members of this body express their 1-25 deepest and most sincere regret at the passing of Dr. Carson 1-26 B. "Bucky" Burgstiner and convey condolences to his grieving 1-27 family and friends.
1-28 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Clerk of the House of 1-29 Representatives is authorized and directed to transmit an 1-30 appropriate copy of this resolution to Mrs. Jacque 1-31 Burgstiner.
Clerk of the House
Robert E. Rivers, Jr., Clerk
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