Palmer alumni are keeping elite athletes at the top of their game

Palmer alumni are keeping elite athletes at the top of their game

Spring 2012

Palmer College

2012 Alumni Cruise highlights

From left enjoying the nightly meal in the ship’s dining room are Dr. Greg Pitman, Davenport ’84, Mrs. Donna Pitman, Mrs. Sharon Rexroth, Dr. Tom Rexroth, Davenport ’70, Dr. Kirk Lee and Mrs. Terri Lee.
alumni at dinner table

Seventy-five alumni and guests enjoyed a seven-night Royal Caribbean Cruise to the Southern Caribbean Feb. 19-26. Highlights were 12 hours of CE on the adjusting, support and rehabilitation approach to sports injuries by Kirk Lee, D.C., Davenport ’80, fabulous ports of call in St. Thomas, St. Kitts, Aruba and Curacao, and a meeting with the Minister of Health and Sport in Aruba, Richard Visser, D.C., Ph.D., West ’93. “Through his position, Dr. Visser has had the opportunity to increase the well-being of the citizens in a variety of ways, including writing the first legislation for chiropractic in Aruba,” says Assistant Director of Alumni Lisa Walden. “In fact, many years ago his first chiropractic office was literally chained shut. He was told he could not practice chiropractic in Aruba. The person responsible for that decision now reports to him.”

To see more photos from the 2012 cruise, go to www.zangzing. com/palmercollege/palmer-alumni-travel-event-2012/photos.

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