Two Members of the Mayfield Clinic family Inducted into the Walnut Hills High School Hall of Fame

Cincinnati - Two members of the Mayfield Clinic family - Stewart B. Dunsker, MD, and R. Glen Mayfield -- were inducted into the Walnut Hills High School Hall of Fame Saturday evening at the Duke Energy Center.

Dr. Dunsker (Class of 1952) and Mr. Mayfield (Class of 1959) were among 22 distinguished alumni and five inspirational faculty and administrators who were honored for their outstanding lifetime achievements.

Dr. Dunsker, who retired in 2002 after a 31-year career as a Mayfield Clinic neurosurgeon, is Professor Emeritus at the University of Cincinnati.

He was named Ohio Neurosurgeon of the Year in 1992 and received the Harvey Cushing Medal, the highest honor bestowed by the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, in 2003.

Mr. Mayfield, a son of the late Frank H. Mayfield, MD, founder of the Mayfield Clinic, is Director of River Cities Capital Funds. He is a former Vice-President of the Walnut Hills High School Alumni Foundation.

Walnut Hills High School, a large urban high school that is part of the Cincinnati Public Schools, has achieved national recognition for its academic excellence and the accomplishments of its graduates. It regularly ranks among Newsweek's and U.S. News's top 100 high schools in the United States.

Previous Hall of Fame inductees include Nobel Laureate Stanley Prusiner (Class of 1960), Ohio Senator Stanley Aronoff (1950) and Wimbledon champion Tony Trabert (1948).

Stewart B. Dunsker, MD


May 2, 2011

Cliff Peale
Communications Department