American physician and pathologist
According to Wikipedia,
Marion Mann was an American physician and pathologist. He was a Dean of the College of Medicine at Howard University from 1970 to 1979. Early life Marion was born in Atlanta, Georgia, and was raised, along with five brothers, by his mother, C.C. Mann, who was a church organist . She also was a piano teacher until her death in 1981 at the age of 92. The best known, though not necessarily most talented, of the musical Mann brothers were probably Levi and Howard. Levi played jazz bass with the Lucky Millinder Orchestra in the 1930s and 1940s and later held down the house musician gig, playing the Hammond B3 organ at the famous 20 Grand Club in Detroit, Michigan during the early Motown years. Howard wrote and composed the gospel classic "Teach Us To Pray" and was organist and choir director at Convent Avenue Baptist Church in Harlem. The other brothers in this accomplished African American family included Lawrence, William, and John Wesley who were all classically trained musicians and educators.
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