Don, as he was known to many, was a pioneer in medicine and cardiology in the Caribbean. He left a rich legacy as mentor, teacher, physician, family man, businessman, philanthropist, freemason and leader. He was a paragon of wit, wisdom and eloquence and his passing closes the final chapter in the life of an icon.
21 Oct, 2015
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