Slain doctor touched many lives in Lexington

By: Melissa Etezadi Email
By: Melissa Etezadi Email

Tonight police continue to look for the killer of a Lexington doctor.
Dr. Post is being remebered for the way she touched throughout the community-even saving some peoples lives.

Jennifer Sizemore and her family have been going to Dr. Post for years. Last year, Jennifer learned she had melanoma -- the most deadly form of skin cancer. "One of the most devastating things you can hear is the word cancer" explains Sizemore. "When she told me I had skin cancer and melanoma I knew I was with the best doctor.
I knew that she would be the one that could save me."

Sizemore was scheduled to have her fifth surgery with Dr. Post this morning. "This morning her office called me and said there was an emergency and that her office was closed. Initially, I didn't know what happened but within thirty minutes I found out that she had been killed. I was simply devastated for her family and her staff. She saved my life ... and she was continuing to save my life. She touched everybody so deeply and I think this outpouring of that the community has shown speaks highly for her."


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