Herrera


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Her•re•ra

(əˈrɛər ə)

n.
Francisco de ( “el Viejo” ), 1576–1656, Spanish painter and etcher.
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The immense egotism of youth forced me on my own path, but (cry of the human always!) had I known--if I had known--I would many times have bartered my poor laurels for the privilege, such as Tinsley and Herrera possess, of having aided him in his monumental researches.
Victor Lavalle tells us of that historic collision (en plane) on the flank of Hecla between Herrera, then a pillar of the Spanish school, and the man destined to confute his theories and lead him intellectually captive.
Thus equipped, he summons Herrera and Tinsley, his pupils, to the final demonstration as calmly as though he were ordering his flighter for some mid-day journey to Marseilles.
A letter heretofore unpublished from Herrera to Madame Lavalle tells us how the Master's prophecy was verified.
Note well, though, that Herrera's preoccupation throughout that day and night of superhuman strain is always for the Master's bodily health and comfort.
But do not despair; you have life before you, my dear Albert, for you are yet scarcely twenty-two years old; and as a pure heart like yours wants a spotless name, take my father's -- it was Herrera. I am sure, my dear Albert, whatever may be your career, you will soon render that name illustrious.
Herrera loves the research side of medicine as well as the patient care aspect, so understanding the genetics of lymphoma tumors has been a passion for him.
Ask Derek Herrera about catheters, and he could school just about anyone on the intricacies of the at-times necessary medical device.
Herrera is the SVP for Hispanic and Latino affairs at Self-Help Credit Union, a Durham, N.C.-based credit union with almost $738 million in assets.