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As a young man, Barry Gore was a top-40 celebrity disc jockey, complete with an adoring fan club in the Greater Boston area. But like most first jobs, it lost its luster and he settled into sales and marketing while getting his MBA.
He became the owner of a prosperous machine manufacturing business that his son now runs. But when he was still in his fifties, a family history of heart disease finally caught up with him. Barry’s internist directed him to a cardiologist, suspicious that his complaint of chest pain was more than acid reflux. He was right, and Barry underwent triple-bypass surgery.