BoDine, Charles D. (Unknown - October 18, 1943)
DR. BO DINE DIES IN PORTLAND,
ORE. Early-Day Douglas Physician Succumbs to Injuries in Car Accident
Douglas Budget - October 28, 1943News of the death of Dr. Charles D. BoDine, early-day Douglas doctor, for many years a leading physician at Portland, Ore., came to The Budget this week in a letter from Ernest Kimball, now a resident of Portland.
Dr. BoDine, 70, died October 18 from injuries received the day before when his automobile collided with another and caromed off the road hitting a tree. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Elizabeth BoDine; a son, Dr. Elliott BoDine, a daughter, Mrs. Margaret Carter, and three grandchildren, all of Portland.
Dr. BoDine was a practicing physician in Douglas from 1903 to 1909. He turned his practice over to Dr. A.H. Cantril and went to Portland. In 1919 Dr. Cantril followed him and in that year the BoDine-Cantril clinic was founded in the Oregon city. Dr. Cantril died in 1939 and Dr. BoDine continued the clinic.
Dr. BoDine was a douglas visitor a short time several years ago.