He always made time for his patients. He never overcharged. He stayed in the same office — a one-story faded-brick building with a white screen door — for his entire career. But last Thursday, the day after he celebrated the start of his seventh decade as a doctor in Tonganoxie, Philip L. Stevens died in his sleep at age 87.
He always made time for his patients. He never overcharged. He stayed in the same office — a one-story faded-brick building with a white screen door — for his entire career. But last Thursday, the day after he celebrated the start of his seventh decade as a doctor in Tonganoxie, Philip L. Stevens died in his sleep at age 87. File photo The Kansas City Star
He always made time for his patients. He never overcharged. He stayed in the same office — a one-story faded-brick building with a white screen door — for his entire career. But last Thursday, the day after he celebrated the start of his seventh decade as a doctor in Tonganoxie, Philip L. Stevens died in his sleep at age 87. File photo The Kansas City Star