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Pilcher, ’83 graduate and Augusta pediatrician, dies

Dr. A. Reginald “Reggie” Pilcher, 72, loving husband of Pamela Pilcher, entered into rest on Saturday, June 29, 2019.

Reggie was born and raised in Macon, GA. He was a graduate of A. R. Willingham High School in Macon, GA and Middle Georgia College in Cochran, GA. He then moved to Augusta to attend Augusta College. After graduation, he began his teaching career at Langford Junior High School in 1969. He also taught at Augusta Country Day School and Westside High School. In 1975, he became Comprehensive Health Planning Director of Lower Savannah Regional Planning and Development Council and stayed in this position until he started medical school at Medical College of Georgia in 1980, where he was president of his freshmen class. He completed his pediatric residency at MCG during which he was instrumental in the development of the Child Advocacy Center of Augusta. Reggie practiced Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine for over 32 years in Augusta. He served as President of the Medical Staff of Doctors Hospital in 2008. He was honored and proud to be selected as “Doctor of the Year” on four occasions by the Columbia County Magazine.

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