I wanted to post this yesterday, but I was entertaining a sick kid. A great article, from the Star News about Richard Bing, musician and doctor.
A physician, researcher and world-renowned heart specialist, Bing fled Europe and the Nazis before World War II with the help of aviator Charles Lindbergh.
Once in the United States, he worked diligently in cardiology, attained the rank of lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Army and eventually achieved what one colleague called "godlike status' in his field.
At the same time, Bing has pursued his love of composing classical music, hearing his compositions performed throughout Europe and the United States. He has published a book of short stories, and now he's hammering away at a novel.
And he's 95!