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'Queen of Hearts' Honored at Heart and Soul Event

March 4, 2019

Nancy Morris of Martins Ferry shows off her crown after being named “Queen of Hearts” at Wheeling Hospital’s third annual Heart and Soul celebration. The free event, sponsored by the hospital’s Chest Pain Center and Community Education and Outreach Department, is open to area women who have survived heart, heart valve or vascular disease. Nearly 125 attendees gathered to listen to guest speakers and enjoy food, refreshments, basket raffles and door prizes. Shown with Morris are, from left: interventional cardiologists Dr. Triston Smith and Dr. Gregory Suero; Susie Fullerton, RN, Chest Pain Center coordinator; and interventional cardiologist Dr. Adel Frenn.

Nancy Morris of Martins Ferry shows off her crown after being named “Queen of Hearts” at Wheeling Hospital’s third annual Heart and Soul celebration. The free event, sponsored by the hospital’s Chest Pain Center and Community Education and Outreach Department, is open to area women who have survived heart, heart valve or vascular disease. Nearly 125 attendees gathered to listen to guest speakers and enjoy food, refreshments, basket raffles and door prizes. Shown with Morris are, from left: interventional cardiologists Dr. Triston Smith and Dr. Gregory Suero; Susie Fullerton, RN, Chest Pain Center coordinator; and interventional cardiologist Dr. Adel Frenn.