Dr. Lawrence Jelsma of Shelbyville was a neurosurgeon who served the wounded during the Vietnam War and later helped maintain one of Shelby County’s most historic homes. In the last of a series, the dedicated work of doctors and aides to minister to the injured.
By Ron Van Stockum
Wednesday, November 6, 2013 at 4:00 am (Updated: November 6, 4:01 am)
The previous column has described Dr. Lawrence Jelsma’s medical education, including MD from The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in 1962, followed by internship at the University of Kentucky Medical Center in 1962-63.
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