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Lee to serve as president of coroner's association

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By Sarah Bennett

In 1969, Dr. Bill Lee was serving in the U.S. Navy Dental Corps in Mississippi when he was tasked with identifying his first deceased body — a sailor died in a plane crash.

“The commanding officer needed one of the dentists to go on these kinds of things,”said Lee, who has served as Hardin County’s coroner for 27 years. “There were four of us. I was the new man on the block. The other three guys didn’t like that. They got sick. I don’t think you can enjoy that kind of stuff. So I got told I had to do it.”


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