William Knox Fitzpatrick Jr. M.D.

September 29, 1925 - February 22, 2020

In Loving Memory

After reading the obituary for Dr. Fitzpatrick, I now realize what an amazing man he was. I only knew him as Knox, a wonderful and loyal friend to my father, Wayne Pratt. My deepest condolences and love to his family.
Cally Pratt Leatham
heber city, UT
We were sorry to hear of Knox's passing. We always enjoyed our visits with him. They were informative and insightful. He lived a full life and was able to help so many others. He was such a good person! We want you to know that our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. Joe Mirci
Mirci Dental
salt lake city, UT
Dear Fitzpatrick Family, Doctor Fitzpatrick was a wonderful patron of our barber shop at Foothill Village and at Lamplighter Square. He was true gentleman with a wonderful sense of humor. My sincere sympathy, Bob Ithurralde
Bob Ithurralde
cottonwood heights, UT
I became friends with Dr. Fitz when he worked at BCBSU. As a hearing office for Medicare appeals, I consulted with him for advice on many issues. He was a delight to work with! As we got together, he always had a pen in his pocket, ready to draw a part of the anatomy, or explain what a medical procedure entailed. He was respected for his expertise and professionalism, and loved by all for his kindness and friendly demeanor. My sincere condolences to his wife and family members.
Edwina H. Green
midvale, ut, UT
Bobby, so sorry to read of Dr. Fitzpatrick's passing. What a marvelous person and friend. Enjoyed going to AMA meetings with the two of you and with him as President of UMA. He did always have such a beautiful smile. Prayers are with you
Verdene Purner
taylorsville, UT
Bobbie, my sincere sympathy to you and your family, for the loss of a wonderful man. I have so many memories of your beautiful dinner parties, and all the wonderful times we had at the St Marks functions. I hope we cross paths someday, would love to see you! My love, Gay Null-Neff
Gay Neff
salt lake city, UT
My deceased husband Dr. Robert H Hales, always spoke with reverence and respect when he spoke of Knox Fitzpatrick. They worked together during the time the UMIA was formed and each served as Pres. of the State Medical Assoc as well as being delegates to the USMA. I remember attending medical meeting with Knox and Bobbie. How blessed they were to have so many years of joyful adventure together. Robert Hales passed away abruptly in 1988 with a metastatic sarcoma. I send love, appreciation and great respect to Bobbie and the extended family.
Janette Hales Beckham
provo, UT
Although I only had the opportunity to spend a short amount of time with him, I recognize that the measure of a man can be seen in the lives of those closest to him. Miss Barbara, Mame & Kim, please accept deepest condolences from Anita and me. Knox, my friend, you carry on your father‘s great legacy by your exceptional display of love toward everyone you know.
Jack Kukkola
apache junction , AZ
"Knox," as my father called him, was a good friend. My Dad, C.H. Hardin Branch, was Chair of the Department of Psychiatry at the UofU. I remember him speaking fondly of Knox over the years. Skip Branch
Skip Branch
slc, UT