William “Bill” Foxworth King

William “Bill” Foxworth King, M.D. (’51), Denton. A biology major and pre-med student at North Texas, he earned his medical degree from Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in 1955 and served in the U.S. Army. He was a radiologist and ran a general family practice in Pueblo, Colorado, before working in Oklahoma and North Texas. While a student at North Texas, he was on the debate team, a member of Phi Alpha Tau fraternity, the Gammadions, Alpha Chi, Blue Key, Beta Beta Beta, the W.N. Masters Chemical Society and the Religious Council. He met his wife, Eugenia Ruth McKinney (’52) on campus, when she saw him in English class then took his physiology class to help him wash equipment and grade papers. Two of their three children attended the university, son William David King (’81) and daughter Ann Catherine King Durick (’85), who met her husband, Dennis Durick (’85) when she attended UNT. Their grandson is Will King (’14). Read about their love story.

William “Bill” Foxworth King, M.D. (’51), Denton. A biology major and pre-med student at North Texas, he earned his medical degree from Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in 1955 and served in the U.S. Army. He was a radiologist and ran a general family practice in Pueblo, Colorado, before working in Oklahoma and North Texas. While a student at North Texas, he was on the debate team, a member of Phi Alpha Tau fraternity, the Gammadions, Alpha Chi, Blue Key, Beta Beta Beta, the W.N. Masters Chemical Society and the Religious Council. He met his wife, Eugenia Ruth McKinney (’52) on campus, when she saw him in English class then took his physiology class to help him wash equipment and grade papers. Two of their three children attended the university, son William David King (’81) and daughter Ann Catherine King Durick (’85), who met her husband, Dennis Durick (’85) when she attended UNT. Their grandson is Will King (’14). Read about their love story.