Sept. 4, 2012
For former Notre Dame fencer Roy Seitz ('74), practically every day involves a life or death scenario.
An ER doctor in the Cleveland area, Seitz regularly ensures his trauma victims receive the precise care they need to survive. But it's his part-time, emergency military work overseas that gives him the greatest sense of purpose.
"My dad was stationed in the South Pacific during World War II, so you could say military service was always in my blood," Seitz said.