Duane Danko, D.C., (’77) retired in December 2017 from his
practice in Sayre, Pa., after more than 41 years.
Dr. Daryl P. Brown, (’79) Northport, Ala., has retired after
more than 38 years of practice.
Kathleen M. McDonald (’82) recently retired after 36 years
Tim McKay, D.C. (’82) has retired from his practice in
Calgary, Alberta, Canada after 36 years.
Karl Johnson, D.C. (’83) is now board certified in
neurofeedback (BCN), Certified Graduate of the American Functional Neurology
Institute, Certified Whole-Body Trigenics Practitioner, Fellow of the International
Chiropractic Pediatric Association (FICPA), and Fellow of the Institute for
Human Individuality (FIFHI).
Janet Sosna, D.C. (’84) was elected chair of the Sri Lanka
David Rovetti, D.C. (’85) was recently elected as one of the
Northern Nevada directors of the Nevada Chiropractic Association.
Gary Estadt, D.C. (’80) received the American Chiropractic
Association’s 2019 Flynn-Lynch Award, which recognizes an outstanding member
with no more than five years of experience in the House of Delegates.
Norbert Gallagher, D.C. (’89) was recently appointed to the
Oklahoma Board of Chiropractic Examiners.
Shirl Stone, D.C. (’94) recently moved practice locations
after 24 years to add a Himalayan Salt Cave and Halotherapy. The Centered Stone
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Michelle Rose, D.C. (’98) was awarded 2018 Chiropractor of
the Year by the Unified Virginia Chiropractic Association.
Kelly Lange, D.C. (’04) was inducted into the International
College of Chiropractors in October 2018.
Matthew Walker, D.C. (’08) and his wife, Dr. Jacquelyn
Walker, celebrated the birth of their second child, Kennedy Woodrow Guy, in March
Gabe Carroll, D.C. (’09) and his wife, Linda Carroll, D.C.
(’09), moved their practice, Carroll Family Chiropractic, to a newly renovated building
in Uptown Creston. The new facility features chiropractic space as well as
multiple massage therapists, gym/fitness space, and an esthetician office.
“Baby Nathan,” who was born while the doctors were in chiropractic school is
now 10 years old. Dr. Gabe and Dr. Linda also have twin daughters, Ruby and
Opal, who are six years old.
Morgan Rovetti, D.C. (’15) was elected vice president of the
Chiropractic Physician’s Board of Nevada, and serves as chiropractor for all
athletics at the University of Nevada-Reno.
Emily Bowman, D.C. (’18) recently opened her own practice –
Bowman Chiropractic S.C., 1605 Spruce Ave., Tomahawk, WI 54487; www.bowmanchirowi.com; email@example.com;