Honor Roll: Unsung Heroes Page ContentUnsung Heroes of the osteopathic medical profession are everyday DOs who live each day as an example of what an osteopathic physician should be. View the list of honorable Unsung Heroes below: (Hidden) Content Editor The current browser does not support Web pages that contain the IFRAME element. To use this Web Part, you must use a browser that supports this element, such as Internet Explorer 7.0 or later. Share This Your browser does not support this functionality. Make a Nomination Nominate online Download nomination form Home: Osteopathic Heroes and Guardians Meet the Unsung Heroes From helping those who cannot afford health care to living and breathing the philosophy of osteopathic medicine, Unsung Heroes are everywhere. Walter J. Kay, DO "Watching how Dr. Kay interacts with all his patients makes me proud to be a future DO and also makes me hope that I can take some of his wisdom and love for medicine with me in my future years of practice." Harold C. MacManus, DO (Deceased) "He tirelessly worked day and nights in the office, hospital, nursing home, emergency room and also in the local prisons. He made house calls to the elderly and even cut wood to take to patients. He was frequently paid with produce, cans of food and services. He spent his own money to buy medications and distributed them to patients who could not afford them. The world lost an inspirational man." Stephen Silverstein, DO"He shows his patients how grand life can be, even in their last moments. He inspires not only me with his demeanor and outlook on life, but also everyone around him. His students adore him and come back years later to thank him for helping them to learn what being a doctor is really all about." C. Donovan Beckett, DO, not only treats his patients, but treats his city. See how his efforts as chairman of the Williamson Redevelopment Authority in Williamson, W. Va., have helped enrich his community. Read The DO's Hero Next Door article.