Russell Dohner, 87, has been practicing medicine in the small town of Rushville, Illinois, for nearly 60 years. He refuses to quit, even though he is stooped and increasingly frail. And he still charges just $5 for each visit—or nothing at all if patients can’t afford that meager amount. People remember his kindnesses. One woman recalls how Dohner came to her house and sat by her sister’s crib all night when she suffered from seizures. Dohner’s nurse is 85 and his receptionist 84 (Chicago Tribune, August 26).