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Dr. Sherman devotes her career to future chiropractors

Dr. Peggy Sherman, center, is seen with West Campus students Sarah Clark and Michael Pound, both recipients of Dr. Sherman’s scholarship.
Sarah Clark, Dr. Peggy Sherman, and Michael Pound

During the West Campus Homecoming in October, Palmer College’s Office of Development held the first annual Heritage Endowment Society event for that campus. The event recognized the society’s founding members and gave scholarship donors and recipients a chance to meet.

One founding member, keynote speaker Peggy Sherman, D.C., Davenport ’82, took advantage of the opportunity to talk with students Sarah Clark and Michael Pound who were this year’s recipients of the Dr. Peggy Sherman Endowed Scholarship fund.

Now retired, Dr. Sherman donated her salary during her 16-year tenure to establish a scholarship fund which annually awards scholarships to a pair of West Campus students who demonstrate enthusiasm for and participation in activities that promote the chiropractic profession on campus and within the community. In honor of her support, she has been made an honorary alumna of the West Campus.

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