Dr. Bill Holmberg, ’55, Rock Island, Ill., was elected
1st VP of the Association for the History of
Chiropractic (AHC) at the annual conference and
meeting held in St. Louis, Mo., May 20-23, 2010.
The AHC has the primary responsibility of preserving
the history and heritage of the chiropractic
profession. E-mail: email@example.com.
Dr. Robert Conlin, ’57, Lakeside, Calif., retired from
practice after 51 years on April 1, 2010. E-mail:
Dr. Kerwin Winkler, ’60, Aberdeen, S.D., received
the Lee-Homewood Chiropractic Heritage
Award from the Association for the History of
Chiropractic (AHC) on May 22, at a reception in
his honor. The award is the highest honor the
AHC bestows. Phone: (605) 225-8288.
Dr. Michael Loquasto, ’62, moved office locations
in October 2009 to 2571 Baglyos Circle Suite B27,
Bethlehem, PA 18020. Phone: (484) 821-1460.
Dr. Alex Badillo, ’73, El Paso, Texas, has retired
from practice and after suffering a massive brain
hemorrhage, has become a public speaker and
motivator. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
“What Your Doctor Never
Told You,” was recently
published by 1973
graduate Jerry Zelm, D.C.
According to Dr. Zelm, the
book tells of “the devastating
effects that drugs and
everyday accidents can
have on our present and
future health, and how
these problems can be
corrected or improved through chiropractic care.”
Dr. Paul Cronk, ’74, Roanoke, Va., celebrated the
90th anniversary of Stoke Chiropractic Clinic on
May 3, 2010. Drs. John and Marie Stoke, ’20,
founded the clinic and were later joined by Dr.
Julius Schulz, ’30. For the last 35 years the clinic
has been owned by Dr. Cronk, grandson of Drs.
John and Marie Stoke. The clinic is the oldest in
Virginia. Phone: (540) 344-6738, e-mail:
Dr. Terrance Eyerly, ’74, Hazleton, Pa., was
elected president of the American Chiropractic
Association’s Council on Forensic Sciences.
Dr. Eyerly maintains offices in Hazleton and
Conyngham, Pa., practicing with his daughter,
Dr. Tricia Eyerly. Phone: (570) 455-5822, e-mail:
Dr. William E. Mead, ’74, Tulsa, Okla., has been
reappointed by the Governor of Oklahoma to the
State Board of Chiropractic Examiners. He has
worked at the Tinker, AFB Hospital since 2004.
Previously, he was in private practice for 30 years
in Tulsa, Okla. Phone: (405) 736-2380, e-mail:
Dr. Clarence Haitsma, ’75, retired from practice in
Lacombe, Alta., Canada, in October 2009. E-mail:
Dr. Vernon Temple, ’77, Bellows Falls, Vt., recently
concluded his term as NBCE president, a position
he held since 2006. Dr. Temple was first elected
to serve the National Board as District III Director
in 2000. He also served on the NBCE Executive
Committee as secretary and vice president. E-mail:
Dr. Steven MacDonald, ’78, Pacific Grove, Calif.,
was elected to the Board of Directors for the
National Upper Cervical Chiropractic Association.
Dr. MacDonald is a member of the Pacific Grove
Planning Commission. Phone: (831) 375-9528,
Dr. Joseph Morelli, Jr., ’78, Waipahu, Hawaii, was
voted Chiropractor of the Year by the Hawaii State
Chiropractic Association for 2009. Phone: (808)
671-2685, e-mail: email@example.com.
Dr. Terry Gillenwater, ’80, Bristol, Va., received
his master’s degree in human nutrition from the
University of Bridgeport in Bridgeport, Conn.,
on May 23, 2010. Phone: (276) 669-9158, e-mail:
Dr. Jussi Jaakonmaki, ’80, Helsinki, Finland, has
moved his clinic to Simonkatu 12 A 3b, 00100
Helsinki, Finland. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Joe Fawcett, D.C., ’84, is
now the health coach for
to Dr. Fawcett, the company
“prepares and packages
healthy entrees and
delicious meals, to save
consumers the cost and
time they would normally
need to make a nutritious
meal.” You can find out
more at www.fawcett.smartcooking.com.
Jan Martensen, D.C., ’84, has received the Board
of Directors award for meritorious service for
involvement in committee nationwide evaluation
X-ray trends for 14 years. Dr. Martensen represents
the American Chiropractic College of Radiology
and the American Chiropractic Association.
Tom Potisk, D.C., recently
published the book,
“Whole Health Healing.”
The 1984 graduate calls
it a “budget-friendly
natural wellness, selfhelp
book.” It includes
information on exercise,
chiropractic and raising
healthier children. Find
out more at www.wholehealthhealing.com.
Dr. Diane Sherwood, ’84, Seattle, Wash., was
recently inaugurated as president of the Washington
State Chiropractic Association. Phone: (206)
242-3700, e-mail: email@example.com.
Dr. Bruce Crabtree, ’85, Creston, Neb., recently
expanded and relocated his practice, Avenue
Chiropractic and Wellness Clinic, to 2559 37th
Ave., Columbus, NE 68601. Dr. Crabtree also
helped successfully pass a law for chiropractic
care for animals in the state of Nebraska in
August 2009. Phone: (402) 564-7514, e-mail:
Dr. Edwin Gibbs, ’86, opened his second office in
Lake Oswego, Ore. Phone: (503) 738-7343, e-mail:
Dr. Timothy Day, ’87, Spokane, Wash., was named
Chiropractor of the Year by the 1,000-member
Washington State Chiropractic Association.
Phone: (590) 535-3038.
Dr. Monica Schnack, ’88, Normal, Ill., has been
re-elected for a second term as president of
the Illinois Chiropractic Society. Phone: (309)
452-9097, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Tomas Stangel, ’91, opened Stangel Chiropractic
Neurology PLLC at 6106 Shallowford Rd., Ste. 104,
Chattanooga, TN 37412, on June 3, 2010. Dr. Stangel
received his DACNB in 2005 and his FACFN in 2009.
Phone: (423) 468-3072, e-mail: email@example.com.
Dr. Linda Cancellieri-Deturck, ’92, and her husband,
Anthony, Taunton, Mass., had a son, Christian
Roman, on Jan. 12, 2010. Phone: (508) 824-1200,
Dr. Mitch Siegal, ’93, Palmer Beach Gardens, Fla.,
recently completed his first album, “The Beautiful
End.” Two of its songs have been licensed by
MTV. The album is available on iTunes or can be
ordered directly from Dr. Siegal. Phone: (561)
624-3003, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Sean Reif, ’94, Thornton, Colo., has initiated
a Senior Men’s Discussion Group, which discusses
health related topics among other subjects. Phone:
(303) 452-2678, e-mail: email@example.com.
Dr. Tom Wyant, ’94, and Sonja Wyant, C.T.,’93,
Mapleton, Iowa, adopted a newborn son,
Benjamin Thomas, on Dec. 28, 2009. Benjamin
was welcomed by his three grown siblings.
Zoltan Fischer, ’95, and his wife, Jeannie,
Philadelphia, Pa., had their third daughter,
Jeanette Magdeline, on July 7, 2008, and their
first son, Zoltan Victor Jr., on Nov. 11, 2009.
Phone: (215) 205-6478.
Dr. Leanne Cupon, ’96, has a new office location
at 3482 Keith Bridge Rd., Ste. 312, Cumming,
GA 30041. Phone: (770) 655-5785, e-mail:
Dr. Kurt Edeker, D.C., ’96, Austin, Texas, has
invented New Motion Machines, a new line of
resistance exercise machines. More information can
be found at www.newmotionmachines.com. Phone:
(512) 689-0003, e-mail: new_motion_machines@
Dr. Rusty Myers, ’96, Zanesville, Ohio, was elected
District Delegate of the Ohio State Chiropractic
Association’s District 9. Phone: (740) 450-2225,
Dr. John Patenaude, ’96, and his wife, Heather,
Winthrop Harbor, Ill., had a son, Clark Daniel, on
Aug. 16, 2009. Clark was welcomed by his big
brothers Miles and Luke. Phone: (847) 872-3456,
Dr. Jeffery Stickel, ’96, Des Moines, Iowa, opened
a new clinic ADIO Chiropractic at 2925 Ingersoll
Ave. Suite 2, Des Moines, IA 50312. Phone: (515)
255-3021, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Kathy Roth Pizzella, ’99, and her husband,
Justin, Oakmont, Pa., had a daughter, Lia Kathryn,
on Aug. 17, 2009. Lia was born at home and welcomed
by her brother Kristopher. Phone: (412)
828-0700, e-mail: email@example.com.
Drs. Lucas Watterson, ’01, and his wife, Amy
Watterson, ’01, Moragantown, Wis. had a daughter,
Lydia Clair, on March 18, 2010. Drs. Watterson
renamed their practice to Mountain State
Wellness and now offer clinical nutrition to
their patients. Phone: (304) 292-7740, e-mail:
Dr. Tyler McClimon, ’03, opened McClimon
Chiropractic in Birdsboro, Pa., in June 2006.
Dr. McClimon and his wife, Tara, had a son, Mason
Peter, on Dec. 9, 2009. Mason was welcomed by
his big brother Corey. Phone: (610) 582-4400,
Dr. Masahiko Matsushita, ’03, received his diplomate
in chiropractic philosophy on Oct. 17, 2009. He
believes he is the only Japanese Palmer graduate to
have this distinction. Previously, he completed a
postgraduate course to earn designation in the
Palmer Legion of Chiropractic Philosophers. Phone:
(847) 290-9226, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Leigh Taylor, ’03, opened Taylor Family
Wellness Chiropractic in January 2010 at 8501
Old Troy Pike, Huber Heights, OH 45424. Phone:
(937) 233-4055, e-mail: email@example.com.
Dr. Korey Toensing, ’03, and husband, Nathan, had
a daughter, Hope Candace, on Feb. 17, 2010. Hope
is the great-granddaughter of Dr. Alwin F. Toensing,
’32, granddaughter of Drs. Alwin, ’56, and Patrice
Toensing, ’57, the niece of Drs.. Tom Askland, ’50,
and Dean Toensing, ’50, and lastly the cousin of Dr.
Craig Stephen, ’73. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Brian Dahmer, ’04, Brooksville, Fla., recently
opened a second office in Spring Hill, FL. The
office is located inside a personal gym. Phone:
(727) 862-8571, e-mail: email@example.com.
Drs. Michael Fetter, ’04, and Abbie (Wilson) Fetter,
’04, Bridgetown, W.A., Australia, had a son, Henry,
in May 2009. Phone: (61) 8-9761-2492,
Dr. Megan Bjorklund, ’06, and her husband,
Garth, had a daughter, Skye Virginia, on April 21,
2009. Phone: (574) 329-0377, e-mail: mbjorkdc@
Dr. Lee Goldenberg, ’06, had a son, Michael, on
July 30, 2007. Dr. Goldenberg also recently
opened a new office, Optimal Body Chiropractic,
in Decatur, GA. Phone: (404) 805-1235, e-mail:
The American Chiropractic
Council has appointed
Tunning, D.C., ’06, as
their liaison to the
National Athletic Trainers
Association. “Being a D.C.
and an ATC, I love how
the two professions have
influenced me,” he said of the appointment.
Dr. Michelle Wattier, ’06, recently moved to
Utah and is working in a large pregnancy and
pediatric practice in the Salt Lake City area.
Dr. Bret Bartholomew, ’08, opened Bartholomew
Chiropractic, in Ames, Iowa in April 2009.
Dr. Bartholomew was married on Oct. 10, 2009.
Phone: (515) 292-3718, e-mail: drbret@
Drs. Kurt Boeckenhauer, ’08, and Tonya (Tapper)
Boeckenhauer, ’08, Papillion, Neb., had a son,
Grant, this past year. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Jennifer Schrage, ’08, Omaha, Neb., celebrated
the first-year anniversary of her clinic on
April 29, 2010. Phone: (402) 885-8783, e-mail:
Dr. Erica Forzesee, ’09, Hilton Head, S.C., now
owns and operates a family wellness practice
and is working on her diplomate in pediatric
care. Phone: (843) 686-3783, e-mail: dr_e@
Dr. Kyle French, ’09, and his fiancé, Alicia
McDonald, C.T., ’08, recently opened Camp
Verde Family Chiropractic and Wellness Center
in Camp Verde, Ariz. Phone: (928) 567-0202,
Dr. Brandon Gillenwater, ’09, has joined practice
with his father, Dr. Terry Gillenwater, ’80, at Gillenwater
Chiropractic, Acupuncture and Nutrition Center
in Bristol, Va. E-mail: gillenwaterchiropractic@
Dr. Calla Jayne H. Kleen, ’09, Hiawatha, Iowa, has
been published in the Iowa Chiropractic Society’s
partially peer-reviewed journal, ICS Review. Her
manuscript is titled, “Primary Adhesive Capsulitis
Relief in a 47-Year-Old Female with an Associated
Vertebral Subluxation Complex.” Phone: (319)
892-3363, e-mail: email@example.com.
Dr. Christina Kraft, ’09, associates at Avenue
Chiropractic and Wellness Clinic, in Columbus,
NE. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.