Physician. Born– July 4, 1920, Guntersville, Ala. Parents– Charles Brents and Birdie (Hooper) Kennamer. Education– University of Alabama, B.A., 1942; Jefferson Medical College, M.D., 1945; interned at Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami, Fla., 1945-1946. U.S. Army Medical Corps, 1947-1949; Residency, U.S. Veterans Hospital, McKinney, Tex., 1947-1950; fellowship in cardiology at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital and UCLA Medical School; practiced in Beverly Hills, Calif., 1954-. Published more than 50 articles and presented over 25 papers before 1979. Fellow; American College of Cardiology; American College of Chest Physicians.
SCRIPSIT; Biographical Directory of the American College of Physicians.
Accelerated Conduction. New York; Grune & Stratton, 1952.
Auricular Arhythmias. Springfield, Ill.; Charles C. Thomas, 1952.
Heart Care, edited by Morris Fishbein. Garden City, N.Y.; Hanover House, 1966.