Correction: The Winter 2017 story, “But for a Dream,” on page 24 incorrectly
referenced the But for Ohio State campaign. This sentence should read: “The figure
is a significant contribution toward the overall But for Ohio State campaign, a
seven-year fundraising initiative that raised more than $3 billion toward student
scholarships, faculty and academic enterprises, modern learning environments and
research and other innovations.”
node mapping for breast cancer and
melanoma care. She brought this
training with her when she began
practice with Greensboro Surgical
Associates in 1996. She was a partner
at Central Carolina Surgical Associates,
which was formed in 1999, and later
was responsible for the development of
the bariatric surgery program in 2003.
’01 Steven Roger Meadows, MD,
44, died Jan. 13, 2017. Dr. Meadows
would often say that he was a true
Buckeye, completing all his education
and training at the Ohio State
College of Medicine in 2001 and his
ophthalmology residency in 2005. He
was a partner of Fairview Eye Centers,
the largest independent ophthalmology
practice on the west side of Cleveland.
He was dedicated to providing
outstanding care to his patients and
always said the best part about his job
was performing surgery on a patient
who was legally blind and restoring
their sight to 20/20 without glasses.
(Res Grad) Thomas W. Morgan, MD,
96, died Nov. 2, 2016. Following his two
years of service in the U.S. Army as Post
Surgeon at the Army War College, Dr.
Morgan completed his surgical training
at Ohio State. He was a diplomate
of the American Board of Surgery.
He practiced general and peripheral
vascular surgery at Holzer Medical
Center for 40 years and served as
chairman of the Department of Surgery
and a member of the hospital’s board of
trustees. Dr. Morgan led a multimillion
dollar project to build a modern Holzer
Hospital, authored a book recording
the origin, development, and expansion
of the Holzer Hospital and Clinic
and was an active member of many
Jones, MD, 79,
died Mar. 9, 2017.
at Ohio State, Dr.
his residency at
Northwestern University and then
a pediatric fellowship at Children’s
Memorial Hospital in Chicago. He
retired from the U.S. Navy, moved to
New Mexico and built a log home in
the town of Queen, where he enjoyed
(Res Grad) Horst
MD, 91, died
Mar. 20, 2017. He
completed a one-
at Ohio State and began his medical
career as an orthopedic surgeon in
Illinois, where he met his wife, Gerda.
He started his practice at Lakeland
Orthopedics Clinic, from which he
retired in 1993. He was among the
first surgeons to perform total hip
replacements in Lakeland. He was
also president of the medical staff at
Lakeland Regional Medical Center.
He was board certified and a member
of the American Board of Orthopedic
Surgery. He was loved by many of
his patients and staff who always
appreciated his empathy and good
sense of humor.