Eula Hall, founder of the Appalachia Health Clinic, died at the age of 93

CRAYNOR, Ky. (AP) – Eula Hall, who opened a clinic in Appalachia nearly 50 years ago and “never stopped” helping others, has died. She was 93 years old. Hall Funeral Home in Martin said Hall, of Craynor, Floyd County, Kentucky, died at her home on Saturday. News outlets report that she started the Mud Creek Clinic in 1973 to bring health care to a remote area and continued to work there until she died. Congressman Hal Rogers described Hall as one of the “greatest saints” in the region. Greg Stumbo, former Kentucky House spokesman, said Hall never stopped thinking about what she could do to help friends and neighbors.

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