Dr. James P. Duggan, ’65, retired in September
2015 after 50 years of practice. Email: shamusduggan
Dr. Curt Steinberg, ’66, Caspian, Mich., has retired
after 49 years of practice. Email: cwsdc@
Dr. Randall Kurtz, ’70, Saint Marys, Pa., has retired
after 44 years of practice to spend more time with
his family and travel. Email: email@example.com.
Dr. Todd Spieles, ’70, St. Marys, Ohio, retired in August
2016 after 43 years in practice. Dr. Spieles’
son, Dr. Zachary Spieles, ’05, took over the practice.
Phone: (419) 394-4313, email: stmaryschiro
Dr. Richard Laurino, ’71, Abingdon, Md., retired
from practice after 35 years. He is now an associate
representative for Standard Process in Maryland
and Delaware. Phone: (443) 243-3888, email:
Dr. John Florek, ’72, Riverview, Mich., retired on
Sept. 7, 2016 after 43 years in practice. Dr. Florek
was the past vice president of the district 1 Michigan
Chiropractic Association. He was also instrumental
in organizing Spinal Health Care Month
endorsed by the governor of Michigan. Email:
Dr. Eileen Isom, ’74, Madison, Wis., was listed in
“Best of Madison” 2012-2016. Phone: (608) 221-
1597, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Lewis Squires, ’74, Scottville, Mich., was reappointed
to the Michigan Board of Chiropractic in
December 2016 by Michigan Governor Rick Snyder.
Dr. Squires’ new term runs through 2020.
Dr. Robert Ernst, ’75, Windsor, Colo., has retired.
Dr. Steve Sanderson, ’75, Graham, Wash., has retired
after more than 40 years of Gonstead practice.
Dr. LeRoy Otto, ’76, Lake City, Minn., is president
of the FCLB and the Minnesota Board of Chiropractic
Examiners. He is also director of the NBCE
District II. Phone: (651) 345-3361, email: lfrankie38@
Dr. R. Tyler Given, ’78, Poway, Calif., sold his practice
and retired in August 2016. Dr. Given and his
wife are enjoying their four grandchildren and traveling.
Phone: (858) 486-1249, email: tygiven@
Dr. Gregg Helms, ’81, Eugene, Ore., serves on the
peer review committee for the state board. Email:
Dr. Richard Buchanan, ’84, owns Buchanan Chiropractic
at 5124 North Henry Blvd., Stockbridge, GA
30281. Phone: (770) 474-6680, email: Buchananchiropracticclinic@
Dr. Joseph E. Miller, ’84, Ocala, Fla., has been transitioning
from Michigan to Florida since September
2016. He has retired but is still taking CE classes to
keep up his license. Email: email@example.com.
Dr. Douglas Fasick, ’86, Oxford, Pa., is president
of the Delaware Chiropractic Services Network.
Phone: (610) 932-9061, email: doug@chiropracticservicespa.
Dr. Susanne Lynge Rosing, ’86, Denmark, received
the Chiropractor of the Year award in Denmark in
2016. She also initiated and co-designed an RCT
investigating the effect of spinal manipulation on
children with reoccurring headaches. The trial
began a year ago and will continue for another
year. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Christopher Stucchi, ’86, Tanzania, left full-time
practice in 2006 for overseas humanitarian work
and loves it. Email: email@example.com.
Dr. Tim Warren, ’86, Warwick, R.I., has written a
new book “Feet, Fork & Fun: How to Fail Your Way
to Fitness.” The book as well as others written by
Dr. Warren, can be found and purchased on amazon.
com. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Kory Spear, ’92, Stillman Valley, Ill. is proud to
have served as the Chamber of Commerce president
for three years. Email: email@example.com.
Dr. Victor Dolan, ’93, has been recognized by the
New Jersey Chiropractic Council on sports injuries
and rehabilitation. He was awarded the Chiropractor
of the Year award for 2016. Email: drvictordolan@
Drs. Kirk and Sandra Childers, ’94, have a new clinic
at 2717 Western Bypass #109, Durham, NC 27705.
Phone: (919) 493-1940, email: chiropracticuniversity@
Dr. Dan Spencer, ’95, Hillsdale, Mich., was named
first vice president of the Congress of Chiropractic
State Associations in early 2017. Phone: (517) 448-
3791, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Dean Ziegler, ’95, Allentown, Pa., wrote
“Tucker’s Guide to Getting the CDL Medical Card;
Maintaining Health & Losing Weight”. His book is
available on Amazon. Phone: (610) 432-4401,
Dr. Julie Bird, ’96, Carbondale, Ill., has served on
the Illinois Chiropractic Society board since 2001.
Phone: (618) 529-5172, email: email@example.com.
Dr. Don Roy MacDonald, ’97, Edmonton, Alberta,
Canada, recently published a book, “The Underdog
Curse,” now available on Amazon. He’s been serving
patients in Edmonton for the past 19 years.
Phone: (780) 439-3444, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. David Theobald, ’97, Mt. Pleasant, S.C., was
selected to serve as the chiropractor to the Volvo
Cars Open Tennis Tournament. The tournament is
the largest women’s only tennis tournament in
North America. Phone: (843) 849-3730, email:
Dr. Brian Elwartowski, ’98, moved his office,
Elwartowski Chiropractic, to 1909 US Hwy. 281 N.
Marble Falls, Texas. Phone: (930) 798-9300, email:
Dr. Scott Carpenter, ’99, faculty clinician at Palmer
College’s Davenport campus, was inducted into the
Iowa United States Bowling Congress Hall of
Fame—for bowling ability—in March 2017 during the
100th Iowa State Bowling Tournament.
Dr. Allen Conrad, ’00, North Wales, Pa., is the team
chiropractor for the Blackthorn rugby team and is
a certified strength and conditioning specialist
(CSCS). Phone: (215) 628-2529, email: dr_conrad
Dr. Timothy R. Schmitt, ’01, has relocated his practice
to 8500 Brooktree Rd., Ste. 140, Wexford, PA
15090, and his wife, Amber Schmitt, is the office
manager. Phone: (724) 940-3333, email: schmittdc1
Dr. Brenda Holland, ’03, Fond Du Lac, Wis., was
named second vice president of COCSA.
Drs. Minesh Patel, ’03, and Nisha Saggar-Patel, ’03,
Colonial Heights, Va., own and operate six offices
in the Richmond, Va., area. Email: ariyachiropractic
Dr. Jason Jodoin, ’04, Dallas, Texas, is the Dallas
Stars youth hockey coach. Phone: (972) 488-9686,
Dr. Edward Chun, ’05, Champaign, Ill., did a career
talk at the University of Illinois. He mentored five
students sending three of the five to Palmer College
to become D.C.s. Phone: (217) 355-5922,
Dr. Zachary Spieles, ’05, St. Marys, Ohio, took over
his dad’s practice (Dr. Todd Spieles. ’70) when he
retired in August 2016. Phone: (419) 394-4313.
Dr. Jennifer Rayburn, ’06, Grinnell, Iowa, has a
second office location at 207 E. Church St. Marshalltown,
IA 50158. Phone: (641) 328-1957, email:
Dr. Lamar Fox, ’08, Rock Springs, Wyo., was
named vice president of the Wyoming Chiropractic
Association. Phone: (307) 362-5352, email: foxlamar
Drs. William and Stephanie Perry, ’08, moved their
office, Bakersfield Family Chiropractic, to 3900
Truxtun Ave., Bakersfield, CA 93309. Phone: (661)
805-1125, email: email@example.com.
Dr. Brett Crawford, ’10, Australia, is working in a
group practice. He also runs health-care seminars
for patients and the public. Phone: +61363343411,
Dr. Luke Gibson, ’10, 8520 Pinefield Rd., Apex,
N.C. 27560, has just opened his own practice after
being an associate of a Palmer graduate for five
years. Phone: (919) 757-4410.
Dr. Michael Jones, ’10, has moved his practice,
Jones Chiropractic, from Springfield, Ill., to 1209 N.
Main, Suite A, Chatham, IL 62629. Phone: (217)
483-2207, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Raymond Moore, Jr., ’11, Las Vegas, Nev., is
excited to be featured by the International Association
of HealthCare Professionals in their publication
Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare. Phone: (702)
243-8100, email: email@example.com.
Dr. Elizabeth Washak, ’11, 1835 Friendly St., Eugene,
OR 97402, celebrated one year at her new
location in March. Phone: (541) 632-3540, email:
Dr. Abbey Crouse, ’12, Canton, Ohio, is the OSCA
district 14 treasurer and assistant district director.
She is also on the ACA Rehab Council Symposium
Committee. Phone: (330) 494-5533, email: drabbey@