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Obituary: Chelation Pioneer, Dr. Edward McDonagh

Thursday, July 26, 2018  
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Dr. Edward Wolff McDonagh passed away peacefully July 8, 2018 surrounded by family in Scottsdale Arizona at the age of 86.

He was born in Pittsburgh , PA in 1932 to James and Catherine (Wolff) McDonagh. Edward attended Pre-Medical school at LaSalle College and Temple University in Philadelphia. He entered the Army in 1955 and served in the 21st Infantry in Korea and Japan. He then attended Kansas City College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. McDonagh established McDonagh Medical Center in Gladstone Missouri, along with being an accomplished author and lecturer in Alternative Health and Chelation Therapy. He retired in 2012 to Arizona.

He was married Norma Jean Enderson in October of 1964 until her death.
He was married Mary L Beason in Sept of 2006 until his death.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Norma Jean (Enderson) McDonagh,
His brothers James Edward and Ronald McDonagh, and his parents, James and Catherine (Wolff) McDonagh.

He is survived by his wife, Mary L (Beason) McDonagh, two daughters, Jamie Sue (Brian) Gross and Jodi Ann (Rodney) Oathout, two stepchildren, six grandchildren and five step grandchildren.

There will be a Celebration of Life at The National Clubhouse, 6700 N. National Drive, Parkville, MO. From 12 to 3 pm, September 16, 2018. The family would like you to bring or send Via Email: your fondest memories if you would like to share.

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