“I was honored to be asked to ring the ships bell on behalf of fallen servicemen” said FH Foundation Chairman of the Board, Dr. William Neal, of the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. “USS West Virginia was one of the first battleships hit, and over 100 sailors died. In commemoration of this solemn event an annual ceremony takes place at the mast of the ship. As former flight surgeon aboard USS Constellation 1968-70.”Today we remember we must fight for what we believe in. We are fighting every day to eradicate heart disease in people living with familial hypercholesterolemia (FH) through early diagnosis and proactive treatment. Thank you, Dr. Neal, for your former service to this country and to those families affected by FH.