We all carry a story within us of why Mended Hearts is so important to us. Please join us in honoring all the Mended Hearts in this wall of fame. If you would like to submit your Heart Hall of Fame photo and your story, please see here
All of us carry a story within ourselves…
Honoring US Army Veteran Marvin Keyser
Fort Dix, NJ 1965.
Norm Linsky’s family wedding photo 1941, the Linsky family of Gloucester MA. Heart disease affected most of them, but little could be done to help them.
Grandparents of Janette Davaloz Edwards, Enrique and Maria Davaloz. They celebrated 76 years of marriage before her grandfather passed of heart disease.
Millie Henn and Donnette Smith, Mended Hearts officers and heart disease success stories. Thank you for all you do!
In memory of Wayne Boyd
Mended Hearts Cen-Tex Chapter 12 Accredited Visiting Team
In Honor of Vic Fabry: Right after his Surgery. The Before Picture
In Honor of Vic Fabry: Vic today. Giving back, The after picture
In honor of Mr and Mrs Adelaido Davaloz – Parents of Janette Davaloz Edwards
In Honor of Patrick Farrant starting a NASCAR race with a repaired heart
The Linsky Bros. of Gloucester MA. Heart disease claimed them all, but not before they worked so hard that people like me could do something about it!
Marvin Keyser with the wonderful Mended Hearts & heart care team at Memorial Regional Hospital, Hollywood FL.
In honor of Southern Regional Director, Marvin Keyser. Pictured here with his grandchildren.
Olympic champion, heart disease survivor, and heart champion Jackie Joyner-Kersee with Mended Hearts staff Marcia Baker and Norm Linsky
In Honor of Washington DC anchorman Bruce Johnson — heart disease survivor, marathon runner, and strong Mended Hearts supporter. Pictured here with Mended Hearts staff, Norm Linksy
A Tribute to a great friend and tireless Mended Hearts leader, Frank Cecco. We miss you Frank – Norm
In Honor of the Dedication of AED’s in DC — one in every library ! —thanks to Mended Hearts & Cheny Foundation partnership
Power of the Patient Voice. These patient advocates from across the nation came to DC to share their story and be the change.
In honor of the amazing Mended Hearts Chapter 94 (DC & MD) visitors, officers and friends
The Gang at pay time in Glouster, MA ca. 1940
In memory of Vera Lilly- Grandmother of Brad Totty- Who died at the age of 91 of Congestive Heart Failure.
Carol and Daniel Dollarhide- Daniel is a 31 year survivor of heart disease
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