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Berea honors medical pioneer, Adair Countian Harold Rosenbaum

Fairplay, KY native, and Yellow Hammer School, Glens Fork High School graduate performed first heart catherization in Kentucky
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By David Rosenbaum

I'm attaching a photo of a sign on the Berea College Campus honoring my uncle Harold D. Rosenbaum as a Distinguished Alumnus. There will still be folks in Adair that remember Uncle Harold. He was a proud graduate of Yellow Hammer and Glensfork High School. He was always proud of his Adair County roots and had many interesting stories of his boyhood at Fairplay. - David Rosenbaum


See also one of most beautifully written obituary ever on CM: Harold D. Rosenbaum, M.D., 88, Fairplay, KY, native with this introduction: "He brought great honor to Adair County through his extraordinary successes in life, including his distinguished career in medicine. He performed the first heart catheterization in Kentucky while at St. Joseph Hospital in Lexington, KY, and was the first Chairman of the the radiology department at Chandler Medical Center. He was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II. His exemplary life included service in church, charitable, and health organizations."


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2013-03-29 - Berea College, Berea, KY - Photo by David Rosenbaum.
David Rosenbaum writes: I'm attaching a photo of a sign on the Berea College Campus honoring my uncle Harold D. Rosenbaum as a Distinguished Alumnus. There will still be folks in Adair that remember Uncle Harold. He was a proud graduate of Yellow Hammer and Glensfork High School. He was always proud of his Adair County roots and had many interesting stories of his boyhood at Fairplay. - David Rosenbaum

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