DOLLS: Bunchy Gertner (left) and Kirk Landon cuddle some teaching dolls that will be used by the Pediatric Patient Education Enhancement Project at Jackson Memorial Hospital in 2001. The dolls were presented at a special luncheon in the new Diagnostic Treatment Center. Gertner is head of the "Babes in the Woods" fund and Landon donated $30,000 dollars to the fund in order to purchase the dolls which will be used by doctors, nurses and social workers to explain various procedures to children and their families and help to alleviate some of the fears of their illness.
DOLLS: Bunchy Gertner (left) and Kirk Landon cuddle some teaching dolls that will be used by the Pediatric Patient Education Enhancement Project at Jackson Memorial Hospital in 2001. The dolls were presented at a special luncheon in the new Diagnostic Treatment Center. Gertner is head of the "Babes in the Woods" fund and Landon donated $30,000 dollars to the fund in order to purchase the dolls which will be used by doctors, nurses and social workers to explain various procedures to children and their families and help to alleviate some of the fears of their illness. Candace Barbot Miami Herald Staff
DOLLS: Bunchy Gertner (left) and Kirk Landon cuddle some teaching dolls that will be used by the Pediatric Patient Education Enhancement Project at Jackson Memorial Hospital in 2001. The dolls were presented at a special luncheon in the new Diagnostic Treatment Center. Gertner is head of the "Babes in the Woods" fund and Landon donated $30,000 dollars to the fund in order to purchase the dolls which will be used by doctors, nurses and social workers to explain various procedures to children and their families and help to alleviate some of the fears of their illness. Candace Barbot Miami Herald Staff

Miami philanthropist R. Kirk Landon dies at 85

March 25, 2015 4:00 AM

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