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Dr. Kerry Morris, ’65, Myrtle Beach, S.C., announces his retirement after more than 49 years of practice in Myrtle Beach. Email:

Drs. Hewett M. (Mack), ’64, and Beverly Mork Alden, ’66, Stone Mountain, Ga., retired from practice on Nov. 1, 2014. Email:

Dr. Larry Rounds, ’66, Montrose, Iowa, retired in December 2013, after 44 years of practice. Dr. Rounds’ wife, Sandra Lee, passed away on May 31, 2013, after 49 years of marriage. Dr. Rounds and his wife had three children together.

Dr. Douglas Hart, ’68, Mansfield, Queensland, Australia, recently sold his practice in Carina, Queensland, to his associate and is now only working two days a week and semiretired. Phone: 61 7 33983876, email:


Dr. John DiMond, ’72, McGrann, Pa., has sold his practice of 43 years to his son, Dr. Justin DiMond. Dr. Justin is a thirdgeneration chiropractor. His grandfather, Dr. John Sr., graduated from Palmer in 1947. Email:

Dr. Shirley Crandall, ’76, Hyannis, Mass., is president of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cape Cod and the Islands. Phone: (508) 771-0430, email:

Dr. John Stump, ’76, was appointed professor of health and wellness at Columbia Southern University, Orange Beach, Ala. Dr. Stump will be holding lectures and workshops on wellness topics each month in Orange Beach. He and his co-authors have published a new book, “Creating Wellness: An Integrative Approach,” by Nova Publishers, New York, N.Y. It outlines how preventive medicine and wellness care can be used to curb the raging cost of health care today in America.

Dr. Michael VanDeWalle, ’76, Austin, Texas, serves as district director of the Iowa Chiropractic Society, is editor of the Texas Journal of Chiropractic and president of District 8 of the Texas Chiropractic Association. Phone: (512) 343-0700, email:

Dr. Linda Turley, ’77, Seddon, Victoria, Australia, recently switched to practicing part-time after practicing full-time for 37 years. Email:

Dr. Tyler Giver, ’78, Poway, Calif., is on the San Diego County Chiropractic Society Board of Directors and Executive Board. Phone: (858) 486-3400, email:

Dr. Stephen Press, ’78, Englewood, N.J., was elected a Fellow in the Faculty of Sport & Exercise by the Royal College of Chiropractors (United Kingdom) in June 2015. There are some 1,300 chiropractors in the U.K., but only about 50 of them have been elected to the rank of Fellow. Dr. Press is only the second non-British citizen to have received this honor.

Dr. Tina Greenburg, ’79, St. Louis Park, Minn., was recognized in the Minnesota Monthly Magazine as a 2014 and 2015 top chiropractor in Minnesota. Phone: (952) 920-9247, email:


Dr. Gregory Johnson, ’81, practices at Advance Chiropractic Relief at 363 N. Sam Houston Pkwy. E, Ste. 1100, Houston, TX 77060. Dr. Johnson has referred seven of his previous patients to the D.C. Program at Palmer College. Phone: (281) 405-2611, email:

Dr. William Gress, ’82, Homewood, Ill., is pleased to announce that his son, Tyler Gress, started at Palmer in the July 2015 trimester. Phone: (708) 957-8900, email:

Dr. Mary Pfeifer, ’82, Ketchikan, Alaska, is the office manager of Family Chiropractic Clinic in Ketchikan. Dr. Pfeifer has five children and six grandchildren. Phone: (907) 225- 9090, email:

Dr. Roger Ruby, ’82, Sheldon, Iowa, retired from practice in June 2015. Email:

Dr. Joseph D’Angiolillo, ’84, Somerset, N.J., was named Chiropractor of the Year by the Association of New Jersey Chiropractors.

Dr. William Krieger, ’84, Williamsville, N.Y., is president of the District 7 New York State Chiropractic Association. Phone: (716) 633-6044, email:

Drs. Myron and Sandra Linder, ’84, Ellensburg, Wash., have three grown daughters, one of whom is a massage therapist in their office. Dr. Sandra completed her second missionary trip to Honduras with Footsteps Missions. The doctors look forward to celebrating their 30th wedding anniversary in June 2016. Phone: (509) 962-2570, email: myron@

Dr. Paul Morin, ’84, Auburn, Maine, was elected to serve as vice president of the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners in May 2014. Phone: (207) 784-8002, email: pmorin2@

Dr. Urs B. Zahner, ’84, Schaffhausen, Switzerland, has been working as assistant lecturer for clinical biomechanics and chiropractic technique at the University of Zürich Medical School-Division of Chiropractic Medicine, since October 2014. Dr. Zahner is also a lecturer in the master program for chiropractic medicine, clinical supervisor in the Chiropractic Teaching Clinic and director of the teaching clinic at the University Clinic Balgrist in Zürich. He also maintains a clinic in Schaffhausen, Switzerland. Phone: +4152 625 1085, email:

Dr. Robert Levine, ’85, Farmington Hills, Mich., is on the State Board of the Michigan Chiropractic Society. Phone: (248) 855-2666, email:

Dr. Phillip Maxwell, ’86, Decatur, Ala., became president of the Alabama State Chiropractic Association in June 2015. He has served on the board of directors or executive committee for the past 19 years. Dr. Maxwell was honored to present the association’s lobbyist, Deborah Miller, with the Janet Marie Maxwell Service Award. The award was named after Dr. Maxwell’s sister and office manager who passed away in 2011 from pancreatic cancer after serving the chiropractic community for more than 20 years. This year also marks Dr. Maxwell’s 25th year in practice. He has renamed his office The Maxwell Chiropractic and Laser Center of Decatur. Phone: (256) 350-1166, email: drmaxwell@

Dr. Maggie Colucci, ’89, Las Vegas, Nev., was appointed by the Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards (FCLB) to a one-year term on the board of the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners (NBCE). Dr. Colucci also was elected vice president of the FCLB at its annual meeting in New Orleans, La., in May 2015. Email:

Dr. Robert Pruni, ’89, Lilburn, Ga., competed on NBC’s popular television show, “American Ninja Warrior.” Phone: (770) 985-5223, email:


Dr. John Fitzgerald, ’90, Kearney, Neb., is the team chiropractor for the University of Nebraska at Kearney Athletics. Phone: (308) 234-4940, email:

Dr. Bryan Errico, ’91, Camden, Del., is president of the Delaware State Board of Examiners and treasurer of the Delaware Chiropractic Society. Phone: (302) 531-1900, email:

Dr. Robert McCleary, ’91, Dublin, Ireland, is the president of the Chiropractic Association of Ireland. Dr. McCleary is also a representative to the European Chiropractic Union. Phone: +353 1 868 1622, email:

Dr. Troy Wielgosz, ’92, is the team chiropractor for the Kelowna Falcons. Dr. Wielgosz also announced the new location of his office, Okanagan Chiropractic Corp., to #105- 1912 Enterprise Way, Kelowna, B.C., Canada, V1Y 9S9. Phone: (250) 762-2888, email:

Dr. John Giugliano, ’94, Hewlett, N.Y., is a member of the Orthopedic Surgery Department at North Shore/LIJ Hospital at Glen Cove. Phone: (516) 679-3100, email: thedcinme@

Dr. George Papaleonardos, ’97, recently celebrated one year at his new office located at 515 Market St., Paterson, NJ, 07501. Phone: (973) 684-1005.

Dr. Lynn Randall, ’99, is co-owner of a multiple doctor clinic in Platteville, Wis., which now offers IQinstrument adjusting and low-level light therapy. Phone: (608) 348-3156, email: davidandlynn22@q.c.


Dr. Jennifer Badding, ’00, bought and runs Aberdeen Family Chiropractic at 110 N. Philadelphia Blvd., Aberdeen, MD, 21001. Phone: (410) 273-5900, email: aberdeenfamily@

Dr. Kenton Lawson, ’01, Asheville, N.C., is president of the North Carolina Chiropractic Association Western District. Phone: (828) 274-8880, email: drkenton@

Dr. Brookh Lyons (was Susan Robinson), ’01, Green Bay, Wis., has published a book, “The Envelope System; Create your legacy through letters to your daughter.” For more information, go to Phone: (920) 347-4884, email:

Dr. Charity George, ’02, purchased Coulee Chiropractic at 600 North 3rd St., Suite 201, La Crosse, WI 54601 in 2014. Phone: (608) 782-6604, email:

Dr. Alicia Barton, ’03, Gulf Shores, Ala., and her husband had a daughter, Calliope Joelle, on Feb. 26, 2015. Calliope was welcomed by her brother, stepbrother and stepsister. Phone: (251) 948-2225, email:

Dr. Carol Dubbs, ’04, Mt. Clemens, Mich., and her husband, Kaled, had a son, Kyle George, on March 24, 2015. Kyle joins his two big sisters. Phone: (586) 468-5381, email:

Dr. Robert Lavoie, ’04, Gorham, Maine, was married in 2013. Dr. Lavoie and his wife, Amanda, had a daughter, Alexandra, in December 2014. Phone: (207) 839-6800, email:

Dr. Quentin Huston, ’04, Des Moines, Iowa, serves on the board for the Des Moines East and South Chamber of Commerce. Phone: (515) 288-8058, email: drquentinhuston@

Drs. Michael and Mariah Zack (Goecke), ’05, Cedarburg, Wis., had their second child, Raegan Jan, on May 13, 2015. Raegan joins her big brother, Sebastian. Phone: (262) 240- 1600, email:

Dr. Kandyce Mutter (Dewar), ’06, Burlington, Mass., married Dr. Andrew Mutter in 2010. They opened High Point Chiropractic in 2010. Together, they have a son, Xavier, born in 2012, and a son, Oliver, born in 2014. Phone: (781) 365- 0400, email:

Dr. Amanda Owens, ’06, Columbia, Mo., was a Small Business of the Year finalist in 2013. Phone: (573) 443-1414, email:

Dr. Frederick Schurger, ’06, Springfield, Ill., has earned a Diplomate in Chiropractic Craniocervical Junction Procedures (DCCJP) through the International Chiropractors Association’s Council on Upper Cervical Care.

Dr. Irma Kaleta, ’07, Gilbert, Ariz., works for Irene Gold Association as an instructor, prepping students all across the country to take the national board examinations. Phone: (408) 448-1067, email:

Dr. Chelsea Haponski, ’08, Anchorage, Alaska, has three children. Dr. Haponski opened a new office at 2217 E. Tudor Rd., Suite 16, Anchorage, AK 99507, on March 1, 2015. Phone: (907) 360-8887, email:

Dr. Robert Sazama, ’08, Mesa, Ariz., became a certified chiropractic extremity practitioner (CCEP). Phone: (480) 644-1227, email:

Dr. Dean Sheldon, ’09, moved to Cedar City, Utah, after buying a practice, Sheldon Family Chiropractic, at 96 N. Main St., Ste. 103, Cedar City, UT 84720. Phone: (435) 867-8986, email:


Dr. Kyle Grundmeyer, ’12, Ankeny, Iowa, was nominated and selected to be a participant in the Iowa Chiropractic Society’s Emerging Leaders Program. Dr. Grundmeyer also was nominated and selected to sit on the board of directors for the Ankeny Area Chamber of Commerce. Phone: (515) 965- 2344, email:

Dr. Zachary Chudy, ’13, bought a practice in April 2015, Chudy Chiropractic Clinic Oconomowoc, located at W359 N5920 Brown St., Oconomowoc, WI 53066. Phone: (262) 560-4977, email:

Dr. Jenifer Baum,’15, Delafield, Wis., is a member of the Delafield Chamber of Commerce. Phone: (262) 646-6400, email:

Dr. Frederick Hauch, ’15, opened North Main Chiropractic and Wellness Center at 231 N. Main St., Adrian, Mich., on Aug. 31, 2015. Phone: (517) 265-3444, email: drfredhauch@

Dr. Alan Riley, ’15, Indianapolis, Ind., is practicing full-time as an associate at Health Source of Indianapolis North in Indianapolis, Ind. Phone: (317) 257-2225, email: alan.rileydc@

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