Bio: Mills, Guy A., V. S. (1870 – 19??)
Surnames: Mills, Randall
---Source: History of Marathon County Wisconsin and Representative Citizens, by Louis Marchetti, 1913.
Mills, Guy A., V. S. (19 March 1870 – 19??)
GUY A. MILLS, V. S.,* who has been engaged in the practice of his profession at Wausau for the past twelve years, is widely known in this section and maintains the best equipped hospital, at No. 111 Fifth street, Wausau, of any in Marathon county. He was born at Cross Plains, Dane County. Wis., March 19, 1870, and is a son of Amos and Sophia Mills, both of -whom still reside in Dane county.
Guy A. Mills was reared and attended school at Black Earth. Dane County, and when he reached manhood chose medicine as his life work, entering the line of veterinary science, and through close study and considerable experience has become a leading practitioner and has a reputation that extends far beyond Marathon County. After six years of practice in Dane county he spent some time in Brown County, Wis., and a few months at Woodstock, Ill, but for twelve years he has been established at Wausau. Dr. Mills attended the Ontario Veterinary College, at Toronto, Canada — a noted institution — during 1893 and 1894 and completed his course at Chicago, Ill., in 1899. He is a member of the Chicago Veterinary Associations, the Illinois State Veterinary Association and the Wisconsin State Veterinary Association.
Dr. Mills was married in 1900, to Miss Bertha Randall, daughter of William Randall, of Albion, Neb., and they had one son, Vernon G., who lived to be seven years and seven months old, his death on January 25, 1911, leaving a great void in the home circle. Dr. Mills' practice is large enough to claim all his business hours. He is a Republican in politics and fraternally belongs to the Modern Woodmen, the Elks and the Knights of Pythias.
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