Holistic doctor dead of alleged suicide (#85)


Holistic Dr. Mark Flanagan, age 62 of Seguin, died on February 23, 2018. He allegedly hanged himself.

He was described as fit, healthy and fun loving by his friends who- understandably- appear to be in shock.

One mutual friend, a medical doctor whose name will not be shared, said Mark would not do this. It’s just not how Mark would have behaved.

Holistic Dr. founded of alleged suicide. Number 85 in our unintended series. Rest In Peace. Coincidentally the servers went down that our site is hosted on with others, and some of them are huge sites. If you could read the article it’s here: HealthNutNews.com

Posted by Erin at Health Nut News on Monday, February 26, 2018

We are thinking of Dr. Flanagan’s family and friends during this difficult time and will add an update as more information becomes available. Currently, all we know is what the published obituary stated: his date of death and that a full obituary will be coming out next week.

Many of the doctor’s friends and loved ones have been sharing their stories and grief on his personal Facebook page.

He is 85 in our unintended holistic doctor series.

Again, we’ll update this as soon as we know more.

Erin Elizabeth HNN, East Coast of Florida

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