Dr. Lee W. Storey, who is engaged in the practice of medicine and surgery in Douglas, ranking with the leading and representative physicians of that part of the state, was born in Salix, Iowa, on the 9th of April, 1891, a son of George E. and Emma (Merrill) Storey. While spending his youthful days under the parental roof he became a pupil in the public schools of Salix and ultimatelv reached the high school, from which in due course of time he was graduated. He continued his education in Creighton University at Omaha, Nebraska, where he prepared for the practice of medicine and surgery and was graduated with the class of 1914. He then put his theoretical training to the practical test by serving for a year in St. Luke's Hospital at Denver, Colorado, while later he spent two years as chief resident physician in the City & County Hospital of Denver. In that way he gained broad and valuable experience and on the 1st of January, 1917, came to Douglas, where he opened an office. He is now physician for both the Northwestern and for the Chicago. Burlington & Quincy Railroad Companies at Douglas and while he has resided in this locality for only a brief period he has already gained a good practice which is steadily increasing.
    On the 7th of February, 1917, Dr. Storey was united in marriage to Miss Mary J. Hopkins. They have gained a wide acquaintance in Douglas and the hospitality of many of the best homes of the city is freely accorded them. The Doctor votes with the democratic party but has never been an office seeker, preferring to concentrate his time and energies upon his professional interests and duties. He keeps in touch with the trend of modern thought, progress and investigation through his membership in the Wyoming State Medical Society and the American Medical Association.

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