In Memoriam: ACC Past President Leonard S. Dreifus, MD, MACC
ACC Past President Leonard S. Dreifus, MD, MACC, passed away on March 30 at the age of 92 in his home in Florida. Dreifus and his wife, Seline, are well-known for their philanthropic work, especially the gracious donation of the "Man Helping Man" sculpture installed at Heart House in Washington, DC. "As we enter Heart House, we are greeted by the 'Man Helping Man' sculpture generously donated by Dreifus and Seline," remarks ACC President Mary Norine Walsh, MD, FACC. "It reminds us not just of the legacy left by Driefus, but also our purpose in serving our patients and the public good as clinicians." ACC Immediate-Past President Richard A. Chazal, MD, MACC, adds that "both Dreifus and Seline have served as role models for so many of us over the years. Their intelligence, devotion to the College and love for their fellow man (and for each other!) will continue to inspire." Read more on ACC.org.