Fay Boozman

Fay Boozman REPRepublican

American politician (1946-2005)

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Fay BoozmanREPRepublican American politician (1946-2005)
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Age at Death1946-2005
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Years of Experience
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Fay Winford Boozman III (November 10, 1946 – March 19, 2005) was an American ophthalmologist and politician. Elected to one term as a member of the Arkansas Senate, he was state's Republican nominee for U.S. Senate in 1998, ultimately losing to Representative Blanche Lincoln. The following year, he was named director of the Arkansas Department of Health by Mike Huckabee. His younger brother, John Boozman, would eventually capture the Senate seat in 2010. He served in the Arkansas Air National Guard, where he became a major in February 1977.

Education6 - 6 of 4
School of Aerospace Medicine, Brooks Air Force Base
1972
University of Arkansas School of Medicine
1967 - 1971
Hendrix College
1966 - 1967
Tulane University
1964 - 1966
Past Positions1 - 7 of 7
Candidate for US Senate
1998
Experience
Arkansas State Senate
1995 - 1998
Flight Surgeon
Arkansas Air National Guard
1971 - 1979
Ophthalmologist
Boozman-Hof Eye Clinic
1977 - Current
Student
Intern, and Resident, University of Arkansas Medical Center
1967 - 1977
Research Grant
Southern Medical Association
1973 - 1976
Veteran
Vietnam War
Other Experience1 - 12 of 12
Experience
Lions Club
Experience
Benton County Medical Society
Experience
Arkansas Ophthalmology Society
Experience
American College of Surgeons
Experience
American Academy of Ophthalmology
Experience
Gideons International
Experience
Arkansas Medical Society
Experience
Immanuel Baptist Church
Former Member
Southern Medical Association
Former Member
Society of Sigma Zi
Former Member
American Medical Association
Former Member
American Board of Eye Surgeons