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Dr. William Hayling
Thomas Dortch, Jr.
Nathaniel Goldston

Dr. William Hayling

Dr. William Hayling Dr. William Hayling, president and chairman; Moses Gray, secretary; Oliver Lofton, Esq., vice-president; Jesse C. Swanigan, treasurer. On May 27, 1987, in Atlanta, Georgia, this newly formed organization introduced itself to the nation during its first national conference. Noted speakers included the late Alex P. Haley and the late Honorable Maynard H. Jackson.

In 1989, Nathaniel Goldston became the organization's second National president and chairman and grew the organization to 43 chapters. Thomas W. Dortch Jr. was elected the third National president and chairman in 1994.

"It is a great blessing to have had the opportunity to be raised in the home of a great man. My father is truly deserving of his induction into The National Great Blacks In Wax Museum. William Hartley Hayling, MD., hails from Trenton, New Jersey. A graduate of Trenton High School, he entered Boston University as a pre-medical student and was co-captain of the basketball team and first baseman for the varsity baseball team. He graduated from Howard University Medical School at age 23; interned at Harlem Hospital, New York City, and completed a residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Lincoln Hospital in the Bronx, New York.

Dr. Hayling was a Battalion Surgeon in the Korean War and received a Bronze Star for heroic and meritorious services in 1953. Dr. Hayling began a private practice in Newark, New Jersey in Obstetrics and Gynecology, where he practiced for 23 years. He has served on numerous boards including the Jersey City State College Board of Trustees and the YMCA. He also served as President of the Howard University Alumni Club of New Jersey, and the New Jersey State Medical Society. Since 1981, Dr. Hayling has been Chief of Ambulatory Obstetrics and Gynecology and Professor at the Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science, King/Drew Medical Center.

He is the founding President of the New Jersey and Los Angeles Chapters of the 100 Black
Men - a civic organization dedicated to serving the community and improving the quality of
life of blacks and other minorities. He is founding National President of 100 Black Men of
America.

Dr. Hayling has written numerous medical papers and is a sculptor, hunter and avid tennis player. Dr. Hayling is married to Carolyn Hayling and has two lovely daughters, Pamela Hoffman of Alanta and Patricia Price of New Rochelle, New York.

 
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