Dr. Simone Whitmore’s Father Missing on ‘Married to Medicine’

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Dr. Simone Whitmore is a cast member on the Bravo reality show Married to Medicine. This season she goes through a major family issue when her father goes missing. She and some of her fellow cast members venture to Nashville, Tennessee in search of her dad, which is a very emotional trip.

On April 2, 2016, 92 Q Nashville reported that Frank T. Baxter, Jr. was last seen near Herman Street in Nashville, late January to early February 2016. His age was listed at 70, weight at 180 lbs. and height at 5’10.

Unfortunately, WSMTV reported Baxter, a homeless man, found dead on April 13, 2016. His body was found in a vacant house, lying in front of the fireplace, by the house’s trustee at 2225 Herman Street in Nashville. No foul play was thought to have gone down and Baxter’s ID was found at the scene.

Baxter’s memorial service was held on May 6, 2016.

Both Married to Medicine cast members Quad and Jackie went with Simone to try to find her father and each of them had recently lost their own dads. As a group, they started to get leads when searching for Baxter. On the journey, Simone revealed that her dad had started drinking long before he had a family. He was also in jail.

While searching for her father, Simone told the cameras that not knowing what had happened to her father was unbearable. She also said that no one just drops off the face of the Earth.


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Dianna

I am so sorry for Dr. Simone loss of her father my prayer are with her and her family

Anonymous

Realistically, she didn’t even have to do that, she told us on MTM how his drinking affected her, if a person don’t want help, no amount of effort will help, it’s really a very sad situation for all involved, I can totally relate to Simone as my father became an alcoholic after Vietnam War, sometimes its better that the alcoholic not be in a child’s life, that’s a burden I wouldn’t want for any child or Adult!!

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