Celebration of Life - Page 2 of 27
A Life Well-Lived Dr. Clyde A. Luck, Jr.
September 27, 2018
After graduating from Howard University College of Medicine in 1959, Dr. Luck did his internship at Detroit Receiving Hospital, followed by a residency in General Surgery at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital and Detroit Receiving Hospital in the state of Michigan. In Los Angeles, California, a one year fellowship was completed with the Kaiser Permanente Foundation Hospital. In the summer of 1965 Dr. Luck returned to Detroit and engaged in a private practice; however, the memories of the California sunshine and the apparent successes of former classmates and best friends, Dr. John Greene and Dr. Edward Smith, beckoned him back to the Pacific coast to establish a practice not limited to referrals only but with an open door. This naturally coupled his involvement in local humanitarian, philanthropic and professional organizations: The Brotherhood Crusade, the One Hundred Black Men, the National Medical Association and the Drew Medical Society to name only a few. Dr Luck was also a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. ... read more »
Prominent Civil Rights Leader John Mack Remembered
July 12, 2018
A prominent leader wherever he went, Mack was well known for his transformative work with the Los Angeles Urban League, which he revitalized and used to aid 100,000 people annually. He made a tremendous impact on the Los Angeles community and others around the nation. His legacy stretches from Washington, D.C. to Michigan, from Atlanta to North Carolina. Mack’s activism and dedication to improving the livelihood of others was mentioned throughout the service. ... read more »