Paul Reed Bailey, M.D.

  • Born: February 16, 1956
  • Died: August 26, 2008
  • Location: Texas

Restland Funeral Home and Cemetery

13005 Greenville Avenue
Dallas, TX 75243

restlandfuneralhome@stei.com
Tel. (972) 238-7111

Tribute & Message From The Family

BAILEY,M.D.,PAUL REED Was born in the LDS Hospital at 4:00 AM on February 16, 1956 in Salt Lake City, Utah. His god-parents immediately presented him with a pair of red cowboy bootsŁtoo big for him to wear until he was three years old, when he finally could put them on and strutted around in the them, which he did very proudly. When he was six months old he moved to Wisconsin where he was given his first dog, a six-month-old black-and-tan dachshund to which he became very attached and which became very attached to his young master. Paul became a Texan at age three, when his parents moved to Dallas where he continued to thrive, started to school in DISD in the Casa Linda area. Searching for a better school environment his parents sought and found a home on Euclid Avenue, then on Princeton. His education was continued at Armstrong, then McCullough Middle School, and Highland Park High School where he graduated in 1974. He received a BSc. (pre-Med) degree from SMU, and an MD degree from UT Houston Medical School. He was a loving father and son. His passion was family, friends and the mountains. He is survived by wife, Anna; son, Reed; daughter, Kate; parents, Wallace and Ele Bailey; sister, Cathy Jo Galavis (Marcial); nephews, Micah and Grady; sister, Jill Ann Bailey; Aunt Marge Dralle; Uncle Lowell Reed, Jr. (Diane) and numerous cousins in North Dakota, New Mexico and Pennsylvania; sister-in-law, Katherine Brown; brother-in-law, Robert Brown; sister-in-law, Elizabeth Kennedy; brother-in-law, Ken Kennedy; mother-in-law, Barkley Adams Rice; father-in-law, Robert Cook Rice and niece, Averille Kennedy. Visitation will be 7:00-10:00 PM, Friday, August 29, 2008 at Grace Presbyterian Church, 4300 W. Park Blvd., Plano, TX. Memorial service will be 11:00 AM, Saturday, August 30, 2008 at Grace Presbyterian Church. Donations may be made for the Educational Fund for the Bailey Children at Bank of America, 4880 1555 1797.


Condolence & Memory Journal

On behalf of the entire Team Health organization, I extend my sympathies for the loss of such an amazing person. Dr. Bailey was an incredible physician to work with and no one will ever be able to fill his shoes. He will be forever remembered and missed by everyone who knew him. I am truly sorry for the loss of such a fine, upstanding and uniquely remarkable doctor. You are all in our thoughts during this difficult time.

Posted by Brittany Adkins - Team Health West, Texas Lead Site Coordinator    December 12, 2008

I would like to extend my condolences on behalf of the entire Team Health staff here at Walls Regional Hospital. Dr. Bailey was a great man and will be truly missed by all who knew him.

Posted by Rebecca Schoen - THW Hospitalist Site Coordinator    December 12, 2008

Our hearts and prayers are with your family in this time of need.

Posted by Emily & Philip Greenwood    December 12, 2008

Paul was a dear friend during grade school at Armstrong Elementary. The Bailey family lived a few houses down from us on Euclid Avenue. I have not seen Paul or kept in touch for many years, but I remember him fondly as a good friend and a good neighbor.

Posted by Devane Clarke    December 12, 2008

On behalf of the entire Team Health organization, I extend my sympathies for the loss of such an amazing person. Dr. Bailey was an incredible physician to work with and no one will ever be able to fill his shoes. He will be forever remembered and missed by everyone who knew him. I am truly sorry for the loss of such a fine, upstanding and uniquely remarkable doctor. You are all in our thoughts during this difficult time.

Posted by Brittany Adkins - Team Health West, Texas Lead Site Coordinator    September 20, 2008