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PRESIDENT’S LETTER

Greetings, LIFE Alumni and Friends! From the Fall CElebration event, where we welcomed 1,650 of you back to campus for continuing education and fun, to the largest incoming class of new students starting their vitalistic health journeys, there’s no shortage of excitement and energy at Life University this fall. This is certainly one of my favorite times of the year! Speaking of Fall CElebration, there was certainly a lot to celebrate over the five-day event. Some of you who hadn’t seen our campus in a while took advantage of our campus walking tours, getting a chance to see up-close just how much change and progress has touched our campus in recent years. We also witnessed the end results of two major renovations on campus — the Lasting Purpose Pool and the new Lupo Family Field. B.J. Palmer’s Cadillac even made a grand appearance! Make sure to check out the pictures and stories from Fall CElebration on pages 6-11 of this issue. And save the date for next year’s event — Sept. 27-Oct. 1, 2017. The fall issue of Your Extraordinary LIFE is always a special one for me, as it contains my report on this past fiscal year and allows me to reflect on some of the achievements we’ve been able to accomplish together. I emphasize the “together” aspect because of its importance; nothing we do at LIFE could be done without the support of our alumni and friends. In the report, you’ll find everything from financial numbers and enrollment data to a long list of all the people who help make LIFE the not-solittle University that is changing the world — our donors. It touches my heart to see that list grow each and every year.

‘It touches my heart to see that list grow each and every year.’

One more thing I want to touch on is something I’m sure a lot of you have already heard about, but if not, I can assure you will in the near future. On Oct. 13, we had the official grand opening of the VitalAtlanta in Midtown Atlanta, the first-of-its-kind collective of Life University Health Systems, Atlanta Birth Center, Shanna Jackson Psychotherapy and Intonu Wellness Naturopathic Medicine. VitalAtlanta is a space where people can go for a myriad of whole-health services in all phases of life, from infancy and childhood to adulthood and beyond. The Life University Health Systems-Midtown Clinic component is a 7,000-square-foot wellness center offering on-site professionals and services in the fields of Chiropractic, functional neurology, vitalistic nutrition, functional kinesiology and positive psychology. I truly believe this facility is the office of the future — and now the present — in the profession. You can find out more about this incredible vision turned a reality by visiting VitalAtlanta.com. In closing, I want to encourage each and every one of you to keep up the good work. Keep showing the world that what B.J. said, “The power that made the body, heals the body,” is what we are all about. Also, it is my hope that you will all have a wonderful holiday season with your family, friends and loved ones. Yours in Chiropractic,

Guy F. Riekeman, D.C. President

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2016 President’s Report

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2016 Fall CElebration

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2016 Annual Recognition Awards

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Scholarship Recipients DEPARTMENTS

ON THE COVER: A night view of the beautifully restored Lasting Purpose Pool in Lasting Purpose Plaza.

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Life University’s Executive, Enrollment and Advancement Teams

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Upcoming Events Calendar

Opportunities to Connect with LIFE

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Alumni and Friends Update

Keep in Touch with LIFE Graduates, Friends We’ve Lost

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ON THE ROAD

The Executive, Enrollment and Advancement teams at Life University are on the road year-round, hosting alumni events and making personal visits to connect and engage with Life University’s vibrant alumni and friends all over the country. You may have seen these familiar faces at a recent convention or in your private practice. In the past six months, the Advancement Team has collectively visited more than 200 alumni and friends. To see where we are headed next, check out our events calendar at Alumni.LIFE.edu/Events and, if you see us out and about, be sure to introduce yourself. Here’s where we visited from June to August: PENNSYLVANIA LIFE took Philadelphia by storm again for the Collegiate Rugby Championship (CRC), one of the biggest tournaments of the year for the LIFE undergraduate rugby team. In addition to showcasing our athletic

Dr. Scott Brown (’87), Elite 150 Donor Fall 2016 | Alumni.LIFE.edu

ALABAMA While Leffard cheered on LIFE at the CRC, Alumni Relations Coordinator Kelsey Donaldson visited Alabama to attend the Alabama State Chiropractic Association’s annual convention. Held in Birmingham, Donaldson connected with many familiar faces at the booth, including Alabama State Representative and Regional Coordinator Dr. Darla Lasseter (’11) and classmates Drs. Chris Corsentino (’89) and David Netherland (’89).

prowess on one of the biggest stages for both the men and women teams, we attended a successful LIFE kickoff party and after-hours celebration event held by Dr. Stu Katzen (’97) at the Field House. Alumni Relations Director Mary Ellen Leffard and LIFE alumna Dr. Sandy Elbaum (’90) garnered support of our alumni and friends to join the Elite 150 — a group of individuals committed to help fund the remaining $150,000 needed to complete Lupo Family Field. By the weekend’s end, the pair recruited 12 new Elite 150 donors! MISSOURI Leffard kicked off the new fiscal year with her annual Midwest road trip. She visited State Representatives Drs. Travis Gholson (’98), who signed up Dr. Patrick Komeshak (’96) to be a member of the President’s Circle, and Patrick Komeshak (’96). Gholson is teaming up with the LIFE Enrollment Department

Drs. David Netherland (’89) and Chris Corsentino (’89) at ASCA, classmates and still great friends!

to host student recruitment events in his area, while Komeshak’s has been an outstanding representative for his state (he even sent out his email in the middle of moving his office). VIRGINIA Director of Development Erin Dancer visited Dr. Wendy Jacobs (’94) at her practice in Arlington. Jacobs is a proud supporter Dr. Wendy Jacobs (’94) of LIFE athletics and once served as a trainer when she was a student at LIFE. She has a growing practice and works alongside her two furry companions, Gonstead and Butterscotch. GEORGIA Assistant Director of Development Mark Elam experienced the highenergy AMPED Conference in Atlanta. More than 600 chiropractors, staff, students and prospective students packed the hotel for a full day of inspiration and insight. Great to see LIFE alumni in action and leading the way!


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FLORIDA LIFE always enjoys heading to Orlando each year to attend the National Florida Chiropractic Association’s Annual Convention. Leffard and LIFE Recruiter Lili Montoya were the faces of LIFE at our booth and for the third year LIFE hosted an after-hours event Saturday evening during the convention with more than 55 in attendance.

WISCONSIN To close off the month of August, Vice President for University Advancement Greg Harris ventured to the Badger state and met up with Drs. Eddie (’15) and Alyse Hall (’15) for lunch. Eddie is doing a great job building his business within Stucky

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Dr. Anas Khalaf (’77), LIFE’s first international graduate, at FCA.

Chiropractic and is seeing more than 150 patients a week. Alyse is studying animal adjusting and will be finished in February 2017. The couple is working to get the younger alumni and friends in the state involved with Life University.

SOUTH CAROLINA Leffard ventured to the shore for the South Carolina Chiropractic Association’s annual convention in Myrtle Beach. LIFE alumni and friends are leading the way in South Carolina and we are excited for others to follow in their footsteps. This year, LIFE was a sponsor at the convention and hosted the Eye Opener Saturday morning in the vendor hall that everyone loved.

Liliana Montoya, Dr. Kevin Fogarty and Mary Ellen Leffard

STAY IN TOUCH Visit Alumni.LIFE.edu/MyProfile to ensure that we have your correct contact information. Ladies, if you have been married, please be sure to update your information with us and provide both your maiden and married names. Dr. Bill Cromer (’96), winner of a LIFE tailgating chair at SCCA.

NO ONE LIKES SPAM! To ensure that you continue to receive all of the latest news and events, please add Alumni@LIFE.edu to your email address book or safe sender list. The Fall 2016 issue of Your Extraordinary LIFE will be going digital. Keep an eye out for it at Alumni.LIFE.edu/YEL.

Drs. Christopher Perron ’96, David Dolberg and Kevin Walsh ’99 at UVCA

Dr. Tripp Blassengale ’92, Greenville, SC

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For more information or to register, please visit Alumni.LIFE.edu or contact the Department of Alumni Relations at (800) 543-3203.

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15 UG/M.S./D.C. Graduation TIC Auditorium Life University

24 D.C. Graduation TIC Auditorium Life University

21-23 New York Chiropractic Council State Partner Verona, New York

24-26 North Carolina Chiropractic Association State Partner Cary, North Carolina

22-23 LIFE Leadership Weekend Life University Interested students register at LIFE. edu/Events/LIFE-Leadership-Weekend

31 Alumni After Hours in Montreal Montreal-Hotel Bona Venture

22-23 LIFE Vision Hilton Conference Center Marietta, Georgia Register at LIFEVisionSeminar.com

JANUARY 20-22 Kentucky Association of Chiropractors Booth Louisville, Kentucky 21 AMPED Booth Atlanta, Georgia

FEBRUARY 18 CE in Puerto Rico Verdanza Hotel San Juan, Puerto Rico Register at Alumni.LIFE.edu/PR 18-19 Tennessee Chiropractic Association Booth Johnson City, Tennessee 24-26 Cal Jam Booth Costa Mesa, California

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31-1 LIFE Vision Canada Montreal, Canada Register at LIFEVisionSeminar.com

28-30 Michigan Association of Chiropractors Booth & LIFE Lunch Kalamazoo, Michigan


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Life University’s sixth Fall CElebration, held Sept. 28-Oct. 2 on the Marietta campus, was a huge success. In fact, a majority of the attendees commented that the event was the best they’ve ever attended. This annual fiveday event has become one of the largest and most affordable CE events in the profession. Perhaps the best part of the weekend is the camaraderie and fellowship from friends, colleagues and fellow chiropractors that fills LIFE’s 110-acre campus. In between classes, there are a multitude of parties, luncheons and reunions for everyone’s enjoyment — and we certainly had a lot to celebrate this year. A few highlights from the weekend include: • 1,706 total participants on campus with more than 1,644 attending classes • Outstanding exhibitor hall and record participation at the Thirsty Thursday event with the exhibitors • 35 State Reps gathered for a working State Rep Breakfast • More than 400 were present at the third annual Plenary Session discussing the chiropractic profession from its inception to the challenges that exist today • Eloquent re-dedication and unveiling of the restored Lasting Purpose Pool

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• Four campus walking tours led by Student Ambassadors highlighting how much change and progress LIFE’s beautiful campus as seen in recent years • 12 Elite 150 donors • More than 20 new LIFEforce 1000 Doctors • 21 additional student recruitment events scheduled • Seven class reunions held for the Classes of 1981, 1986, 1991, 1996, 2001, 2006 and 2011 • Fall CElebration Party moved to the Lupo Family Field with more than 300 in attendance for the dedication. Special appearance of Dr. B.J. Palmer’s Cadillac and dedication cumulated to a grand fireworks display to end the evening • 150 job seekers and practices in representation for the inaugural Career Vision As always, we love providing this program to you and hope to host you again next year Sept. 27-Oct. 1, 2017! Life University also wishes to thank its 81 exhibiting organizations that made its Fall CElebration event so successful.

• 18 new or upgraded President’s Circle contributors

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LASTING PURPOSE POOL RESTORED The Lasting Purpose Pool is a physical testament to Life University’s guiding principle of “Lasting Purpose: To Give, To Do, To Love, To Serve – Out of a Sense of Abundance.” During the 2016 Fall CElebration, guests joined the university Sept. 30 as representatives unveiled the recently restored pool. Originally constructed in the 1980s, time and the elements have not been kind to the physical condition of the Lasting Purpose Pool. After talk that the pool was destined to be turned into a planter, Vice President for University Advancement Greg Harris sought the help of LIFE alumni and friends to aid in the restoration of the pool to its original state. Restoration of the pool commenced in July and included adding three fountains to transform it from a non-circulating to a circulating pool.

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LUPO FAMILY FIELD DEDICATION Life University’s new lower athletic field was dedicated in a ceremony during the annual Alumni & Friends Party Oct. 1. The field, Lupo Family Field, was named and dedicated in honor of lead campaign supporter Joe Lupo (’78), D.C., his wife, Sandy, and children, Jeff and Jesse. At the conclusion of the men’s soccer game, LIFE President Dr. Guy Riekeman and Dr. Lupo arrived to the field in Dr. B.J. Palmer’s Cadillac. Once on the field, Dr. Riekeman recognized the Lupo Family for their tireless leadership and support to Life University. Members of the 16 men’s and women’s sports at Life University commemorated the dedication of the field by presenting the family with game balls. Upon conclusion

of the gifts, individuals who also contributed to the completion of the field — Elite 150 and athletic field donors — raced to the field and rallied around the family. The field underwent a renovation this summer. A new turf field was installed, along with new perimeter fencing, a large scoreboard, media and coaches boxes and permanent hillside seating. The field’s durability and drainage system now allows the Running Eagles to play on a perfect field no matter the weather conditions or the amount of usage by on-campus and community sports teams.

Lupo Family Field recognition plaque

Lupo Family Field donors at the field dedication

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2016 Annual Recognition Awards The International Alumni Association of Life University is pleased to announce the recipients of its 2016 Annual Recognition Awards. Through their professional accomplishments and personal service, nine honorees were selected as representatives of professional success, social contribution and cultural change. These outstanding individuals were honored at the Lasting Purpose Recognition Lunch held during the 2016 Fall CElebration Event on Life University’s campus in October. This year’s recipients are: Darren A. White, D.C. (’01) Distinguished Alumnus Award Honors a LIFE alumnus who has reached the pinnacle of success in his/ her career and has brought credit to themselves and LIFE. Dr. Darren White is an exciting, young and ambitious doctor who has experienced exponential growth personally and through his vision and business, ADURO Inc. He has been the first to make a real difference in changing corporate attitudes as to what human performance and healthy workforce really means — and we aren’t the only ones to notice. This year, ADURO was recognized as one of the “Top 500 Fastest-Growing Private Companies” by Inc. Magazine. Both White and ADURO have successfully integrated chiropractic philosophy into a comprehensive — and accessible — employee wellness program. Life University’s core values fuel ADURO’s vision and values, and we are pleased to honor White’s contributions to the chiropractic profession. Erik Brower, D.C. (’10) Young Alumnus Award Honors an individual who has graduated from LIFE within the past 10 years, for his/her outstanding professional achievements. Dr. Erik Brower owns and operates one of the largest neurologically based practices in New York and serves on average 1,000 patients per week. Fall 2016 | Alumni.LIFE.edu

Within six months of opening, his practice Innate Chiropractic was honored as startup business of the year. The following year, Brower was recognized as one of the rising stars in the country under the age of 40. Furthermore, he speaks nationally to thousands and serves as a mentor to many other chiropractors and students. Brower also gives back to his community as he serves as a proud board member of the local YMCA and also sits on their Program Committee. Brower has not only skillfully accomplished many outstanding professional achievements within the chiropractic arena, but he is increasing the health and well being of his community in the process. Gerard W. Clum, D.C. Honorary Alumnus Award Honors a non-LIFE alumnus who has demonstrated exceptional commitment and support for the mission and spirit of LIFE. Dr. Gerard Clum has been a guidepost for the chiropractic profession, continually defining its scope and potential with keen intelligence, flawless logic and great grace. He served as one of the original faculty members of Life Chiropractic College and went on to serve as the longest chiropractic college president in history for Life Chiropractic College West. He is the truest statesman of chiropractic the profession has ever seen, and his list of accomplishments are extensive. Most recently, in his “second act,” he serves as the director of The Octagon, as well as the director of the Center for Compassion, Integrity and Secular Ethics at Life University. Both seek to fulfill a vision of Life University-found president Dr. Sid Williams for chiropractic and its philosophy to do its part in emptying prisons by improving the expression of prisoners’ potential. Clum has stood on the shoulders of the giants who came before him and embodied their very best qualities to become a giant himself. Joe Lupo, D.C. (’78) Donor Legacy Award Honors an individual, couple or family who has made a significant impact to the University through their financial contributions. Dr. Joe Lupo has measured up to all the qualifications of the Donor Legacy Award. With full


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support of his wife, Sandy, he has contributed to Life University significantly, meaningfully and consistently over the course of the last 16 years. As an early donor to LIFE, he is one of the Michigan legends that made the first major gifts to save LIFE during the crisis. He has contributed to numerous campaigns, including making the largest gift to the Lower Athletic Field campaign and leading the Elite 150 campaign to raise the final $150,000 needed to reach the campaign goal. He has a heart of gold and through Lasting Purpose is continually bringing positive change to Life University. Amanda Apfelbalt, D.C. (’00) Volunteer Fundraiser Award Honors an individual who demonstrates exceptional leadership in raising money and organizing groups of volunteers for major fundraising projects that benefit LIFE. Dr. Amanda Apfelblat holds a true passion for her alma mater and is repeatedly asking, “Why isn’t everyone giving?” She understands and supports the greater mission of the University and leads her peers by example. As a result, she successfully made her second five-figure gift to Life University and nearly tripled her personal giving last year by securing gifts from a few other individuals, including a couple of new donors. Apfelblat is also seeking to build a new generation of chiropractic leaders in her home state of Michigan. She is instilling her giving spirit in each person she encounters and we couldn’t be more proud. Philip Day, D.C. (’86) Lasting Purpose: To Love Award Honors an individual who exemplifies his/her love and pride for LIFE. Dr. Philip Day has shared his love for Life University even when it was a lone voice among his association peers. In fact, it was his voice, both then and now, that has aided in establishing LIFE’s fourth state partnership with the Georgia Chiropractic Association. His alumni pride is displayed at LIFE events and by his active promoting of LIFE within the workplace, community and professional associations through social media and community dialogues. He also oversees 12 states in the U.S. for the Congress of Chiropractic State Associations.

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Karen Mathiak, D.C. (’84) Lasting Purpose: To Serve Award Honors an individual who humbly supports and bolsters LIFE through their service. Dr. Karen Mathiak has been a beacon for Life University through her commitment to years of service within the community and the chiropractic profession. Whether volunteering in her local community, holding leadership roles in the Georgia Chiropractic Association or her latest accomplishment of running against a long-term politician and winning, thereby, becoming the first chiropractor in the Georgia legislature, Mathiak is truly a role model for compassion and service and is inspiring her peers to take action, too. Leana Kart, D.C. (’87) Lasting Purpose: To Give Award Honors an individual who has demonstrated a notable increase in giving or an expansion of their giving. There’s no question that Dr. Leana Kart is passionate about chiropractic and Life University. In Fiscal Year 2016, she and her husband increased their giving to LIFE by 900 percent. In addition, they both expanded their generosity by donating a sizeable contribution to another organization important to LIFE when asked. We are proud to recognize her generosity, support and friendship as she personifies “To Give” through and through. Casen DeMaria, D.C. (’11) and Anthony DeMaria, D.C. (’11) State Representative Award Honors state representatives who actively engage, educate and reconnect their state alumni and friends to LIFE. Ohio State Representatives Drs. Casen and Anthony DeMaria are actively engaging, educating and reconnecting their state alumni and friends to Life University. As our first husband and wife team to receive this award, they are role models for our state partnerships and serve as Buckeyes for LIFE mentors. In addition, the DeMaria’s enthusiastically serve as LIFE ambassadors to almost 2,000 chiropractors in Ohio, while simultaneously carrying on the legacy of the drugless doctors.

The deadline for nominating alumni for the 2017 Annual Recognition Awards is Aug. 15, 2017. Please submit nominations online at Alumni.LIFE.edu/Awards. Alumni.LIFE.edu | Fall 2016


Lights of LIFE was introduced by Life University in 1989 as a gift to the local community. Talk of the Lights of LIFE spread quickly, given the location, quality and low cost. As the most affordable holiday light show in the Southeast, the Lights of LIFE holiday light display has become a yearly tradition. Now nearly half a million spectators from the surrounding region cruise through the spectacularly illuminated campus annually! New displays are added, and the entire arrangement is unique each year. The 65 foot tall rendition of Santa and his sleigh is the tallest display in the Southeast.

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Thanksgiving Day November 24, 2016

New Year’s Eve

December 31, 2016

More than just a magical light display! Lights of LIFE also features: Pony rides! • Train

rides! • Petting zoo! • Concession stand!

$10 PER CAR Friday/Saturday/Sunday November 24—27 & December 16—31 6:00—10:00 p.m.

$5 PER CAR

ASSOCIATE DEGREES IN:

Computer Information Management Coaching Psychology

BACHELOR’S DEGREES IN:

Biology Biopsychology Business Administration Computer Information Management Culinary Nutrition Dietetics Exercise Science General Studies Health Coaching Nutrition Positive Human Development and Social Change Psychology

MASTER’S DEGREES IN:

(except for above listed dates)

Applied Neuroscience (Coming Soon) Athletic Training Clinical Nutrition Positive Psychology Sport Health Science

$20 PER BUS on all dates

DOCTOR OF CHIROPRACTIC

Monday—Thursday 6:00—9:00 p.m.


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1980s Dr. Ken Osia (’82) of St. Louis, Missouri, is our new reunion co-chair for his 35th reunion in 2017. Osia has been practicing in the St. Louis area since graduation and has participated in a variety of professional organizations, such as the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners, American Chiropractic Association and Missouri State Chiropractors Association. We are excited to have his participation as a co-chair and look forward to a successful reunion next year! Dr. Keith Pruitt (’82) was elected and will began a two-year term in November to the Office of the President of the Board of Directors to Georgia Highlands Medical Services Inc., a federally funded community health center serving the north Metro Atlanta. Pruitt maintains his private practice Pruitt Chiropractic Clinic in Canton, Georgia, where he has been serving the community for almost 35 years. Dr. Karen Mathiak (’84) is the new representative for State House District 73 in Griffin, Georgia. Her opponent had previously held the seat for 23 years. Mathiak has always had an interest in politics and decided it was time for a fresher voice, so she decided to run for office. In May, Mathiak convinced

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enough voters it was time for a change that there was a runoff. Her platform is focused on economy, particularly in the southside of Atlanta, as well as education. She also hopes to educate people on Chiropractic.

Dr. Joe Baudille (’85) was awarded Chiropractor of the Year from the New York Chiropractic Council in October. Baduille has been in private practice for the past 31 years at Dyker Heights Family Chiropractor in Brooklyn, New York. He currently serves as an Executive Offer for The Council. Gary Lett (’86) has a lot of great things going on in his life. Since moving to Hattiesburg, Mississippi, he has been involved in various local civic organizations and sports programs using the “whole person approach” within his chiropractic practice. From now until December, he will remain busy as he pro-

vides chiropractic services to football players, while he anticipates another great trip to an NCAA college football bowl game. He has participated in organized sports from childhood throughout his collegiate career, including golf and football, as he is also a member of the American Chiropractic Association, Mississippi Chiropractic Association (VP) and has published numerous chiropractic, health and golf-related articles. Lett also had the pleasure of meeting Tori Bowie on the U.S. Track and Field Olympic team. It must be exciting and rewarding to be involved! Dr. Ken George (’88) treated his 10,000th patient at the end of October! George maintains his private practice Dr. Ken George & Associates P.A. in Stratham, New Hampshire. He is a published author of more than 200 articles on various holistic health topics, producer and host of his own radio talk show, “Inside Health,” and writer, producer and director of the television video, “The Power that Made the Body Is the Power that Will Heal the Body.”

1990s Dr. Joseph Foley (’90) of Salem, Virginia, was named the Unified Virginia Chiropractic Association’s Chiropractor of the Year at its fall convention Sept. 24, 2016. Foley and his wife, Dr. Diana DeReu-Foley, have been caring for the people of Roanoke Valley for more than 16 years. He is a Fellow of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association and was also voted Best Chiropractor for 2016 by readers of So Salem. Alumni.LIFE.edu | Fall 2016


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Congratulations, Dr. Tara Layne (’10) of Newberry, South Carolina! She was randomly selected to win a customized drop table. Find us at an upcoming event or convention for your chance to win — we draw twice a year.

Dr. Jay LaGuardia (’90) was voted Chiropractor of the Year for the Chiropractic Society of Wisconsin (CSW) at its annual fall summit in October. LaGuardia has served on the boards of many different organizations and businesses throughout the years. These experiences eventually led him to serve as president of CSW. Now, he serves as immediate past president. He is pictured with his daughter, Dr. Alyse LaGuardia Hall (’15). Bob Hayden (’95) is an active member of the American Chiropractic Association. He serves as a member of the media team, through which he is a spokesman for the association on television, radio and print media. He was inducted in 2009 as a fellow of the International College of Chiropractic, which is the highest international honor the chiropractic profession has to offer. Hayden returned to campus July 21 to speak to a student group — the State Networking Association. As a representative of our partnership with the Georgia Chiropractic Association (GA4LIFE), Hayden gave students insider’s advice and tips for success after graduation. We are thankful for his support of the partnership and the time spent with students. Fall 2016 | Alumni.LIFE.edu

Dr. Marc Rogers (’99) is eagerly awaiting the opening of his new business, Brooklyn Pizza Company in Largo, Florida. Rogers has been making pizza since he was 17 and opening his own restaurant has been a huge dream. We wish him luck in his new endeavor and invite any alumni and friends in the area to stop by and support him.

2000s

Friends and colleagues gathered during Fall CElebration to celebrate the birthday of Dr. Adam Apfelblat (’00). It was a great evening spent in good company. Pictured (l-r): Vice President for University Advancement Greg Harris, Sandy Lupo, Dr. Joe Lupo (’78), Dana Carver, Dr. Susan Blaskay (’88), Dr. Amanda Apfelblat (’00), Dr. Adam Apfelblat (’00) and Dr. Tom Klapp (’79). Dr. Josh Carmack (’01) was honored by the Tennessee Chiropractic Association (TCA) with the Keith D. Chiropractic Service Award for his dedication to the personal and professional growth of his colleagues and his community Aug. 13 in Mur-

freesboro, Tennessee. Driven by his genuine passion for helping others succeed, his generosity of time, expertise and encouragement are making a positive impact in Tennessee. Carmack generously volunteers his time to meet and share ideas with his area colleagues, and he has supported the TCA not only as a member, but also on the TCA Education Committee since 2014. He is active in his community and enjoys participating in trail races such as the Warrior Dash.

Dr. Louis Hilliard (’04) arranged a Chiropractor Resolution, declaring September as Subluxation Awareness month in Georgia. Pictured (l-r): Georgia House Rep. Dr. Karen Mathiak, Governor Nathan Deal and Dr. Louis Hilliard (’04). Dr. Eileen Steil (’06) has been a part of Olympic diver César Castro’s health care team for the last two years. As Steil


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so elegantly states, “the athletes do not have big resources, but they have big hearts and are family,” she is truly honored to be a part of such an amazing team. She is currently working with SportTV (Brazil’s ESPN) on a documentary with Castro, capturing a soft tissue technique she utilized on nine NFL players last season. This technique showed results as three of the nine NFL players had the best season of their careers. Following graduation, Steil dealt with the loss of accreditation, but while taking her board exams she decided to open a temporary soft tissue practice working with only athletes. Steil shares, “All the conditions Dr. Fox (professor at Life University) said you would treat have walked through our doors and then some.” She is forever grateful for the education and opportunities provided to her.

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Dr. Josh Wagner (’10) had an article recently published in The American Chiropractor — “Your Staff Stress Solution – 4 Principles to Ensure Healthy Staff Success” (July 2016). Wagner shares his thoughts indicating “Your CA and staff really are your practice’s biggest asset.” He quickly touches on principles regarding hiring on character versus experience identifying that “anyone who passes your staff’s test can then meet you” and “does he or she make patients smile with conversations.” The article discusses win-win situations regarding bonus structure and scheduling with shared techniques to avoid burnout to include suggestions on ensuring clarity and direction are clearly

understood between DCs and their staff. Wagner affirms, “real, open communication between everyone in your practice creates an environment for growth, ease and increased results.”

caring for patients. In 2009, Lemley was diagnosed with a brain tumor. He sold his practice to travel the country and visit family and friends with his wife. He was committed to getting the most out of life.

through the entire doctorate program with Stage 4 cancer. She went through regular treatments. She went through chemotherapy. She went through surgery — she did it all. The whole time, she never ditched class. She never complained.” White’s inspiring attitude was “This is my life. I’m going to do this!”

Dr. Tim Smith (’13) of Buford, Georgia, was selected to support members of USA Wrestling as they went for gold in Rio. Under the care of Maximized Living doctors at the London Olympics in 2012, U.S. wrestlers won four medals, including two golds. Congratulations to the following alumni and friends who received awards and recognition at July’s LIFE Vision Seminar Event: Drs. Jeff and Carol Aita, Kevin Fogarty, Kappy Howard (’14), Leana Kart (’87), Josh Paxton (’08), Eric Plasker (’85) and Roy Sweat.

FRIENDS WE’VE LOST Dr. Francis Bruce Marion (’80), 64, of Pittsburgh passed away May 23 due to heart-related complications. He graduated from LIFE in 1980 and practiced in Georgia until his retirement in 1985 following a disabling accident. Marion was a dedicated father, friend, healer, musician and volunteer. He is survived by his only child, Katrina Theresa Marion Dougherty. Dr. Stephen “Steve” Jack Lemley (’90), 65, passed away peacefully July 16 while being lovingly cared for by his devoted wife Dee. Following graduation, his family moved back to Lake City, Florida, where he began practice in 1990. He opened his own practice in 1993 and spent the next 16 years

Dr. Kerry White (’14) passed away May 24 following her courageous battle with cancer. She played shortstop for the Dayton Flyers from 1998-2002. White was first diagnosed with malignant melanoma in July 2012. In March 2014, doctors discovered the cancer spread to her brain and soon thereafter throughout her body. During her battle with cancer, White earned a Doctor of Chiropractic from Life University, where she befriended Eryn Eberlein. “I don’t even know how to explain somebody like her,” Eberlein said. “She went

DON’T BE SHY! We’d like to include your personal and professional news and photos in upcoming issues of Your Extraordinary LIFE. Send your information to Alumni@LIFE.edu.

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CAMPUS LIFE

Scholarship Winners Named for Academic Year 2016-17 In the early spring, students are given the opportunity to apply for several scholarships and are individually selected by a scholarship committee that includes representation from all programs of Life University. We are delighted to report that we received 296 applications and awarded 35 scholarships to 60 students this year. Thanks to you, our generous alumni and friends, your investments allowed these outstanding students to follow their dreams with a little less of a financial burden. Your investment in our future graduates speaks to the value you place on a LIFE education. We would like to congratulate the following students upon receiving these scholarships, which will be dispensed in varying quarters throughout the school year depending on the criteria of each scholarship. Albert Grabovschiner Ph.D., Multi Radiance Medical Functional Rehabilitation Scholarship – Laura Mayerson Clark E. Rich Memorial Scholarship – Alex Rubin Debbie Lancaster Memorial Scholarship – Patience Putman Dr. Cameron Cassan Memorial Scholarship – Samuel Rempel Dr. I.N. and M. Louise Toftness Scholarship – Toni DaCampo, Blake Himel, Todd Strong Dr. James L. Chestnut: Innate Choice Wellness Nutrition Inc. Endowed Scholarship – Dillon Blankenship Dr. Kathryn L. D’Amelio Scholarship – Lydia Rola Dr. Max L. Harris Scholarship – Toni DaCampo and Julia Guo Dr. Ralph Ungerank Scholarship – Joseph Steward Dr. Richard S. Lord Scholarship – Jill Driver and Amy Taylor Dr. Robert H. Hatch Memorial Scholarship – Christine Cundy Dr. Tom Retherford Memorial Scholarship – Brielle Egilson, Julia Guo, Samuel Rempel, Hailey Steinhauser Drs. Jim Warden & Pamela Vinci Memorial Scholarship – Kara Zuleg Dunton/McGonagill Family Scholarship – Kristian Rainge-Campbell Fall 2016 | Alumni.LIFE.edu

Get the Big Idea: Discover Principled Chiropractic – Krista Frank Gift of Mirth Scholarship – Caitlin Reimer Harvey Lillard Scholarship – Taylor Clabo, Traci Gross, Daniel Hanson, Andrea Hellenbrand, Raven Minor, Elizabeth Santangelo, Justin Sujo, Mekeme Utuk, Rhonda Williams International Alumni Association of Life University Scholarship – Toni DaCampo, Jamal Fruster, Andrea Hellenbrand, Skyler McCormick Julian Ho Research Scholarship – Stephanie Davidson Kalb Memorial Scholarship – Stephanie Davidson Langford Family Scholarship Fund – Daniel Van Klingeren Life Chiropractic Scholarship – Daniel Continenza Life Memorial Scholarship – Wesley Bussey, Nephtali Caban, Kathleen Costello, Sylina Flowers, Brianna Homsey, Karissa Lacy, Matthew McDermott, Kyle Patmore, Patience Putman Life University International Scholarship – Alexandra Crich, Joy Johnson, Eniabitobi Kuyinu, Erin Milner, Hanne Polden, Kent Rempel, Hoi Ying Kristy Yau, Wei Lynn Yeoh, Lobsang Yeshi Louro Family Rugby Scholarship – Nicole Strasko Michigan Chiropractic Foundation Scholarship – Robert Brownley New Jersey Scholarship – Laura Mayerson Psychology Scholarship – Patience Putman Red Hat Scholarship – David Ravdin Rugby Scholarship – Karissa Lacy Sid Williams Ribley Scholarship – Guadalupe Pacheco Standard Process Scholarship – Sahar Amouzegar-Asli Tex Rabourn Scholarship – Paul Edmiston The Honorable Kenneth O. Nix, J.D. Scholarship – Kristen Nothstein UG/GR Merit Scholarship – Katherine Bechdol and Lucy Stone If you are interested in establishing or contributing to a scholarship at Life University, please contact Director of Development Erin Dancer at (770) 426-2974 or Erin.Dancer@LIFE.edu.


President’s Report | 2016 University Highlights Fiscal Year 2016

(July 1, 2015-June 30, 2016)

»»Entered Phase 4 (Titled: Impact) of the 20/20 plan that was initiated in 2006. The next five-year plan includes a contemporary exceptional educational program for the DCP, new student housing, extension of our programs to Europe, significant increases in students, expansion of educational degrees and enhanced clinical experiences, just to name a few initiatives. »»Appointed Rob Scott, D.C. as Provost. »»Appointed of Dr. Jana Holwick as the new Dean of the College of Graduate and Undergraduate Studies.

»»Completed Phase 1 fundraising goal of $5 million for the William M. Harris Center for Clinical Education. »»Received $120,000 contribution from The Laughing Gull Foundation to support the Chillon Project (degree program for incarcerated individuals). »»Received handheld lasers valued at $43,600 from Erchonia Corporation. »»Received spinal pelvic stabilizers valued at $41,503 from Foot Levelers Inc.

»»Announced intercollegiate men’s soccer, women’s soccer and women’s basketball as »»Finished the year with revenues of $1.2 million new sports starting in Fall 2016. less than budgeted and expenses $4.0 million less than budgeted, producing a net positive »»President Guy Riekeman, D.C., presented financial performance against budget. with New Beginnings Chiropractic Lifetime »»Eleventh consecutive year that financial performance was better than budgeted. »»Surpassed more than 5,000 alumni and friends getting engaged with LIFE activities and programs.

Achievement Award. »»Added Bachelor of Science in Culinary Nutrition as new degree enrolling in Fall 2016. »»Launched The Chillon Project, a degreegranting program for incarcerated students and correctional staff in the Georgia prison system.

»»At the 2015 Fall CElebration, hosted 1,650 alumni and friends on campus for continuing »»Signed articulation agreement with Wenzhou education, reunion events and parties. Medical University in China. »»Implemented new state partnerships with the New York Chiropractic Council and Georgia Chiropractic Association.

»»Appointed four new Board of Trustees: John M. “Jack” Greisbaum, Richard “Rich” Giuli, Sandy Elbaum, D.C., and Jeffrey Aita, D.C.

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LIFE AT A GLANCE

Enrollment 2,708 FTE Enrollment 2,546 AS A PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL HEADCOUNT ENROLLMENT Full-time Students Male Students Female Students International Students Number of Countries Represented AS A PERCENTAGE OF UNDERGRADUATE ENROLLMENT First-time, Full-time Freshmen New Transfer Students International Students Students Under Age 21 Students Over Age 22

85 51 49 3

13 12 3 41 59

percent percent percent percent 26

percent percent percent percent percent

TUITION: Program Credit Undergraduate Graduat Chiropractic

Hour Tuition/Year $218 $9,810 $248 $9,672 $329 $24,675

Instructional Colleges Number of Degrees offered

2 17

AS A PERCENTAGE OF ENROLLMENT Chiropractic Graduate Undergraduate

BOARD OF TRUSTEES Kevin Fogarty, D.C., Chairman Jeffrey Aita, D.C. Henry Cousineau, D.C. Eddy Diaz, D.C. Sandra Elbaum, D.C. Aaron Gagnon, D.C. Sharon Gorman, D.C. Richard Giuli, B.S. R. James Gregg, D.C. John (Jack) Griesbaum, J.D. Jay Handt, D.C. J. Peter Heffernan, D.C. Marc Hudson, D.C. Thomas M. Klapp, D.C. Joseph Lupo, D.C. Rhonda Newton, B.A. Randolph O’Dell, D.C. 22

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66 percent 8 percent 26 percent

DEGREES CONFERRED BETWEEN JULY 1, 2014, AND JUNE 30, 2015 Total Degrees Conferred Associate Degrees Bachelor’s Degrees Master’s Degrees Doctor of Chiropractic Minority Graduates International Graduates

486 11 93 36 346 28 percent 3 percent

FACULTY Number of Faculty Full-time Part-time Male Female Minorities

71 29 54 46 26

184 percent percent percent percent percent

Life University complies with applicable laws prohibiting discrimination, including Titles VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, Executive Order 11246, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Sections 503 and 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, and the ADA Amendments Act of 2008, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability or veteran status in admission or access to, or treatment of employment in, its programs and services.


ACADEMIC PROGRAMS (July 1, 2015-June 30, 2016) ASSOCIATE DEGREES

Computer Information Management Coaching Psychology BACHELOR’S DEGREES

Biology Biopsychology Business Administration Computer Information Management Dietetics Exercise Science General Studies Health Coaching Nutrition Psychology MASTER’S DEGREES

Athletic Training Clinical Nutrition Positive Psychology Sport Heath Science DOCTOR OF CHIROPRACTIC

ACCREDITATION & AFFILIATIONS ACCREDITATION SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS COMMISSION ON COLLEGES (SACSCOC) Life University in Marietta, Georgia, is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) to award baccalaureate, master’s and Doctor of Chiropractic degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, GA 30033-4097, or call (404) 679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Life University.

ACCREDITATION COUNCIL FOR EDUCATION IN NUTRITION AND DIETETICS (ACEND) The Didactic Program in Dietetics (DPD) at Life University has been granted initial accreditation by the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. The Dietetic Internship (DI) program at Life University has been granted initial accreditation by the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. 120 South Riverside Plaza, Suite 2000 Chicago, IL 60606-6995 (312) 899-0400, ext. 5400 COMMISSION ON ACCREDITATION OF ATHLETIC TRAINING EDUCATION (CAATE) The Master of Athletic Training program was given national accreditation with the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE) in October 2014 (through 2019). CAATE 6836 Austin Center Blvd. Suite 250 Austin, TX 78731-3193 P: 512-733-9700 AFFILIATIONS Life University maintains cooperative working affiliations with state and national chiropractic associations, the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, Cobb County Chamber of Commerce and The Better Business Bureau of Metropolitan Atlanta. It also participates in the Concurrent Admissions Program (Con AP), a program intended to greatly increase the number of veterans enrolled in college using GI Bill education benefits.

COUNCIL ON CHIROPRACTIC EDUCATION (CCE) The Doctor of Chiropractic program at Life University’s College of Chiropractic is awarded programmatic accreditation by the Council on Chiropractic Education. 8049 North 85th Way Scottsdale, AZ 85258-4321 (480) 443-8877 cce-usa.org

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ENGAGEMENT TRENDS

Fiscal Year 2014 7/1/2013 - 6/30/2014

Number of Donors Number of Gifts

Fiscar Year 2015 Fiscar Year 2016 7/1/2014 - 6/30/2015 7/1/2015 - 6/30/2016

Fiscal Year 2016 Goals

551

631

665

625

3,903

4,308

5,675

4,500

Total Number Raised

Cash

$1,322,323

In-Kind Total

$1,160,303 $1,288,981.76

$117,111 $1,439,434

Total State Reps

$86,504 $113,453.00 $1,246,807 $1,402,434.76

102

166

183

Total Alumni & Friends Engaged 3,075

4,347

5,024

LIFEforce1000

$1,400,000 Instructional and Research 34.75% Institutional Support 21.53%

160

Student Services 13.64 %

5,000

Operations and 704 759 801 800Maintenance 7.25% Auxiliary Enterprise 7.09% Academic Support 4.53%

Statement of Financial Position

Public Service 1.56%

Total Assets

$114,236,104

Instructional and Research 34.75% Institutional Support 21.53%

Total Liabilities Total Net Assets

$72,730,472

Student Services 13.64 % Operations and Maintenance 7.25%

$41,505,632

Auxiliary Enterprise 7.09%

Revenue by Source

Academic Support 4.53%

College of Chiropractic 77.4%

Public Service 1.56%

Undergraduate & Master’s 13.97%

Operation Expenses

Auxiliary Enterprise 5.81% Instructional and Research 34.75% Institutional Support 21.53%

Other 1.13% Private Contributions 1.89%

Student Services 13.64 % Operations and Maintenance 7.25% Auxiliary Enterprise 7.09%

Undergraduate & Master’s 13.97%

Academic Support 4.53% Instructional and Research 34.75%

Auxiliary Enterprise 5.81%

Public Service Institutional Support1.56% 21.53%

Other 1.13%

Student Services 13.64 %

Private Contributions 1.89%

Operations and Maintenance 7.25% Auxiliary Enterprise 7.09% Academic Support 4.53% Public Service 1.56%

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College of Chiropractic 77.4%

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Undergraduate & Master’s 13.97% Auxiliary Enterprise 5.81%


List of Donors

A recognition of those who made gifts during Fiscal Year 2016: July 1, 2015-June 30, 2016.

Green

($300 - $499) AmazonSmile Foundation Dr. Thais M. Bermudez Mr. Allen G. Bittaker Dr. Heather E. Casey Ms. Carisa Davis Dr. Edwin F. Davis Jr. Elevation Health Georgia Independent College Association Inc. Dr. Tim D. Guest Dr. Judith L. Hatch Mr. Michael R. Hollerbach Ms. Britni Jordan Dr. Katherine A. Kadin Mr. Kevin Kinney Mrs. Kim Klapp Dr. Bernadette J. Lavender Mr. David Lutz Mr. Anthony R. Maxwell Ms. Brittany L. McClain Dr. T. Shane Palmer Dr. Shawn M. Powers Dr. Michael A. Pryor Dr. Brent D. Russell Dr. Carlos A. Selles Dr. Brian L. Solofsky Dr. Stephen R. Watts

Gold

($500 - $799) Dr. Ricardo D. Álvarez López Dr. Nicole M. Barbary Dr. Dennis A. Barley Dr. John W. Bennett Dr. Deloss Brubaker Ms. Alma Buchanan Mrs. Daisy Buckner Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Castagna Drs. Cornell and Teandra Cornish Dr. Stacey M. Davis Dr. Philip M. Dembowski Dr. Beverley Demetrius Dr. Lydia L. Dever Dr. Dane P. Donohue Dr. John W. Downes Dr. Denise G. Evans Dr. Kelly B. Faircloth Dr. Timothy J. Farrell Mr. Scott Graziosa Dr. Jessica M. Harden Dr. and Mrs. Russell D. Herring Dr. Jonathan R. Holtzman Dr. Kreg D. Huffer Mr. and Mrs. Adam Janiak Mr. Andres Julia Dr. Christopher J. Kahanec Drs. Steve J. and Amber O. Landry Dr. Albert N. Latronica Dr. and Mrs. Marc W. Lerner Mr. Nicholas R. Maassen Dr. Mark R. Maiyer Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Maughan Ms. Joanne C. Moore Dr. Randolph C. O’Dell Ms. Lisa L. O’Donnell Dr. James H. Oppenheim Quintessential Chiropractic

Mrs. Rowena Rich Dr. and Mrs. Anthony G. Rump Dr. Frank K. Schwitz Dr. Michael D. Smith Dr. Gary L. Sullenger Dr. Stephanie B. Sullivan Ms. Amanda Timberlake Dr. Michael L. Tomasello Jr. Dr. Daniel L. Wallis Mr. Ronald Ware Mr. and Mrs. William G. Webb Mr. Andrew Wright Dr. Howard Wright Dr. David E. Yachter

Eight Core ($800 - $1,199)

Dr. Claudia A. Anrig Dr. Lawrence Bagnell Dr. Thomas M. Baur Dr. Tara B. Bisogna-Layne Drs. Joseph Clarino and Debra Cirone Colgate-Palmolive Company Dr. Philip J. Delport Dr. Daniel A. DeReuter Dr. Danny M. Desaulniers Dr. Troy D. Doxey Dr. Marc A. Ellis Dr. Anthony S. Garrow Great Works Chiropractic and Wellness PA Dr. Tim Gross Dr. Bob Hoffman Dr. John A. Hofmann Sr. and Mrs. Edie Hofmann Dr. Ronald Kath Dr. Ronald O. Kirk Drs. Richard B. and Stefanie L. Marko Dr. John F. and Mrs. Kaisa Marullo Dr. Karen I. Mathiak Mr. John McGee Mr. and Mrs. Steven McLeighton Dr. Lisa M. Michel Dr. Fred A. Miller Ms. Liliana Montoya Dr. Thomas L. Muncy II Dr. Faheem Nasir Dr. Vincent Perri Dr. Kenneth W. Register Drs. Patrick and Geraldine Ryan Dr. and Mrs. Gary T. Scardino Dr. Robert D. Shire Dr. Nico A. Staples Dr. Felicia Stewart Dr. Liliana L. Warner Dr. Gary L. Willis Dr. Daniel S. Yachter

Supporters

($1,200 - $1,973) Dr. Dawn R. Barton Dr. Joshua J. Beaudry Dr. Randall Boutwell Dr. Cynthia A. Boyd Drs. Louis and Laurie Briegel Drs. Jared and Samantha Brown Dr. Joseph P. Bufano Dr. Brian O. Burns Dr. Austin L. Cohen Dr. Christopher J. Colloca

Dr. and Mrs. Robert Crystal Drs. Jean-Guy Daigneault and Denise A. Rassel Dr. Philip A. Day Ms. Delma L. De La Fuente Dr. James A. Di Blasi Dr. John P. Di Blasi Dr. Paul L. Donaldson Jr. Dr. Theresa A. Dunton Dr. Cris Eaton-Welsh Dr. Vincent J. Erario Mr. Richard Giuli and Dr. Amie Bend Dr. and Mrs. Daniel S. Gordon Dr. R. James Gregg Dr. Jeffery W. Grosskopf Dr. and Mrs. Bruce J. Harman Mr. Gregory R. Harris Dr. Danita T. Heagy Dr. Joseph Hudak Dr. Marc Hudson Dr. Kreg D. Huffer Dr. David B. Iadeluca Drs. Stephen and Pamela Jarboe Dr. Stuart E. Katzen Dr. Julia A. Keiser Dr. Christopher B. Kent Dr. William G. Kessel Dr. Thomas M. Klapp Drs. Daryl and Deana Lajiness Dr. Michael T. LaRocca Dr. Darla S. Lasseter Dr. Kevin L. Lenahan Dr. Douglas Leon Dr. Jim A. Louro Dr. Jeffrey J. Lupo Dr. Lori R. Malochleb Dr. and Mrs. Lorenzo E. Marchese Jr. Dr. Joel E. Margolies Dr. and Mrs. David Martino Dr. Paul D. McCartney Dr. David R. Moore Dr. Tom and Mrs. Mary Ann Morgan Drs. Gabriel and Michele O’Brien Dr. Sidney Barnes O’Gorman Dr. Palmer M. Peet Ms. Karen Preston Dr. Bradbury N. Robinson Drs. Corey B. and Toni A. Rodnick Drs. Drew and Lisa Rubin Dr. Rebecca R. Rumph-Pender and Mr. Brandon Pender Run For It! Productions LLC Dr. Marc P. Schneider Dr. Greg J. Schor Haskin Dr. and Mrs. Jon T. Schwanz Dr. Robert M. Scott Drs. Mark Silvester and Debra Bell Drs. Jean-Marc Slak and Linda Eisen-Slak Drs. Samuel T. and Clare L. Stewart Dr. Mark J. Tobias Dr. Aura L. Tovar Drs. Stephen and Claire Welsh Dr. Jeffrey P. Zaika

1974 Founders ($1,974 - $4,999)

Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey L. Aita American International Group Inc.

Dr. Darcy A. Andersen Dr. and Mrs. Richard L. Bend Sr. Dr. Sebastian S. Bonnin-Girod IV Dr. Erik J. Brower Dr. Dennis Cirone and Mrs. Dianne Cirone Dr. and Mrs. Gerard W. Clum Dr. Christopher J. Connelly Dr. Henry J. Cousineau Dr. Jacqueline Desilva Dr. Jason Deitch Drs. Eddy L. Diaz-Valero and Neia Diaz Drs. Sandra and Adam Elbaum EMSA Fund Inc. Dr. Kevin G. Fogarty GEICO Dr. Sharon R. Gorman and Mr. Ron Gorman Dr. and Mrs. Jay Handt Dr. B. J. Hardick Drs. Kevin Jackson and Selina Sigafoose-Jackson Mr. Bill Jarr and Mrs. Sheila Jarr Dr. and Mrs. David B. Koch Dr. and Mrs. Erik D. Kowalke Dr. Joshua and Mrs. Jessica Paxton Dr. and Mrs. Jay Perniciaro Dr. Eric H. Plasker and Mrs. Lisa Plasker Dr. and Mrs. Bradley S. Rauch Dr. and Mrs. Charles E. Ribley Dr. Guy F. Riekeman Standard Process Inc. Dr. Gary Stewart Dr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Templeton Dr. and Mrs. Michael L. Ungerank Dr. Michael L. Viscarelli Drs. Cathy Jo Wendland-Colby and Norman Colby Drs. James M. Whillans and Nicole M. Barbary Whillans

Advocates

($5,000 - $9,999) Amped Now Inc. Dr. Susan Blaskay Dr. Debra S. Flynn Dr. and Mrs. James F. Fox Healthquest of Farmington PLLC Dr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Heffernan Drs. Jeremy and Amanda Hess Dr. Michael S. Karlin Dr. Leana Kart Dr. David Mayer Drs. Steven and Cynthia Mickelson Dr. William J. Voyce Dr. John F. Zimmerman Jr.

Leaders

($10,000 - $24,999) Dr. Adam J. Apfelblat Dr. Amanda L. Apfelblat Dr. Regis A. De Silva Dr. Irene Gold Dr. Stuart E. Hoffman Drs. Gilles and Melissa LaMarche Mrs. Sue Mink LM Newman Family Foundation Mr. and Ms. Joseph C. Smith II Dr. Roy W. Sweat

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Entrepreneurs ($25,000 - $49,999) Health Missions Laughing Gull Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Lupo

Visionaries

($50,000 - $99,999) Foot Levelers Inc.

Stewards

($100,000 - $249,999) William M. Harris Family Foundation

Sponsors

($300 - $499) BSN Sports Chiropractic Leadership Alliance FormaGenix LLC Georgia Wheego HealthLight PN LLC ($500 - $799) Default Mitigation Management LLC Mr. Cameron A. Dolan Georgia Storm Mr. and Mrs. Scott W. Lawrence Life University UG Rugby Alumni Mr. Alan L. MacGinty ($800 - $1,199) American Health Imaging BMS Great Lakes Chiropractic Lifecare of America LLC Deluxe Athletics FCA Wrestling Got Dreams Integrity Doctors Natures Frequencies Neck Sofa North Atlanta Volleyball Club OUM Chiropractor Program Progressive Healthcare Solutions LLC Team Georgia Wrestling Virtual Mindset Inc. ($1,200 - $1,973) Blue Ridge X-Ray Co. Inc. Brooke Oliver Injury Attorney CAB Medical LLC Chiro Capital Chiro Futures Malpractice Program ChiroWrite CrossFields Inc. Dynasty Wealth Partners E-Z Bis Inc. Eclipse Practice Management Software Fabrication Enterprises Inc. First Alternatives Hamilton Health Supplies Haven Innovation IDLife ITG Diet JuicePlus NCMIC Group Inc. Nutri-West Blue Ridge Mr. and Mrs. Dan Payne Performance Health Posture Medic USA ProMassagers LLC Rapid Fire Relief Spectrum Medical Inc. Stymco Technologies LLC

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Vitamix York X-Ray Inc. Z Technologies LLC ($1,974 - $4,999) Activator Methods International Ltd. Advanced Comfort Technologies Inc. Advanced Provider Solutions LLC Align Life Systems LLC Amped Now Inc. APEX Energetics ASEA ChiroMatrix ChiroTouch Impac Inc. Koren Publications Law Offices of Stuart Oberman Metagenics NeuroInfiniti Neuromechanical Innovations Nordic Naturals Now You Know Inc. Rapid Release Technology RevitalizePros RKB Instruments RockTape Scrip Companies Sorrels Insurance Agency Inc. The Pettibon System ($5,000 - $9,999) CBP Seminars ($10,000 - $24,999) ChiroSecure Coca-Cola Enterprises Inc. Maximized Living Inc. Standard Process Inc.

Gifts In-Kind (Value $1 - $9,999) Activator Methods International Ltd. Dr. Russell J. Glassman Ms. Peggy Ingram International Chiropractic Pediatric Assoiation Ms. Sharonda Jordan Dr. Ronald O. Kirk Dr. Charles A. Krieger Drs. Gilles and Melissa LaMarche Dr. Tom and Mrs. Mary Ann Morgan Ms. Nickcold S. Nicholson RockTape Synergy Soft Tissue Tools United Chiropractic Center Dr. Kenneth Weiner (Value $10,000 and above) Erchonia Corporation Foot Levelers Inc. Leander Health Technologies Inc.

Faculty and Staff Dr. Michael P. Abbatinozzi Mrs. Patricia Abbott Dr. Shahla Abghari Dr. Salman Afsharpour Ms. Fatemeh Aliahmadi Mr. Innocent C. Amara Dr. Russell E. Andrews Mr. Daniel Baber Mr. Mario Bailey

Mrs. Sylvia Baker-Martin Mrs. Kathy Bannister Dr. Dawn R. Barton Mrs. Shelly Batcher Mrs. Vickie Baxter Dr. Debra W. Bisiacchi Ms. Zakiya Blake Dr. Stephen A. Bloomingdale Dr. Paul R. Blumsack Dr. Krista Boline Dr. Beatrice Borges Dr. Andrei P. Bourdeinyi Dr. Cynthia A. Boyd Dr. Jill G. Bradshaw Ms. Simone Branham Dr. Morris Braum Ms. Andrea N. Bridges Mr. William Brooks Ms. Winfrey E. Brown Dr. Deloss Brubaker Ms. Kathryn Bruce Dr. Ralph E. Bucci Ms. Alma Buchanan Mrs. Daisy Buckner Mr. Melvin Burton Mr. Dan Carlton Ms. Sherry Casey Mr. Andre Clanton Dr. Gerard W. Clum Dr. Michael T. Clusserath Dr. Richard C. Cohen Dr. Alena Coleman Mr. Teregi J. Coleman Mrs. Magi Cunningham Ms. Erin L. Dancer Ms. Jaleh Dehpahlavan Dr. Beverley Demetrius Dr. Lydia L. Dever Ms. Kelsey Donaldson Dr. Paul L. Donaldson Jr. Dr. John W. Downes Mrs. Susan Dudt Mr. Donald Mark Elam Drs. Hussein and Eva Elsangak Dr. Vincent J. Erario Dr. Susan E. Esposito Ms. Sandy Everage Ms. Lela J. Frazier Dr. Steven J. Garber Dr. Gwendolyn Gardner Ms. Karen E. Gates Ms. Elizabeth A. Geisz Mr. Ron Gorman Mrs. Latashia D. Graves Ms. Kendra Grays Dr. Tim Gross Dr. Joseph Guagliardo Mr. Eddie Guest Dr. Tim D. Guest Dr. Roohieh Hamrang Dr. Lawrence H. Hansen Dr. Jerry L. Hardee Dr. Bruce J. Harman Mr. Gregory R. Harris Mr. Andrew Hashimura Dr. Charmaine A. Herman Mr. Mack Hill Dr. Jerry I. Hochman Dr. Cierra Hoffman Ms. Danielle Holtman Dr. Ronald S. Hosek Dr. Laura L. Huber Ms. Peggy Ingram Mr. and Mrs. Adam Janiak Mr. Bill Jarr Dr. Michael S. Karlin Dr. Ronald Kath

Ms. Ilana Katz Dr. William G. Kessel Ms. Charletta A. King Dr. Leslie M. King Dr. Ronald O. Kirk Mr. Ira Kirksey Dr. and Mrs. David B. Koch Dr. Christie I. Kwon Dr. Gilles LaMarche Dr. Jeffrey Lander Mr. LaDerrick Langham Dr. Bernadette J. Lavender Mrs. Mary Ellen Leffard Dr. George A. Lisjak Ms. Cynthia J. Lund* Ms. Jessica L. Magazu Dr. Mark R. Maiyer Dr. Doug L. March Mr. Anthony R. Maxwell Mr. John McGee Ms. Deborah McKinley Dr. Deidre Meiggs Ms. Wanda Metz Mrs. Erica Michaels Dr. Maria Michelin Dr. Steven D. Mirtschink Ms. Valerie Mitchell Dr. David L. Mjoen* Dr. Michael Montgomery Ms. Christine Nadine Dr. Thomas E. Nicholas Mrs. Bonnie Nicholson Mrs. Lauren M. Nielsen Dr. Karen L. Numeroff Dr. James H. Oppenheim Ms. Elizabeth Parker Mr. Mickey Parsons Ms. Dimple Patel Mr. Dan Payne Mrs. Jayme Pendergast Dr. Vivek Penumetcha Ms. Tiffany Peterson Ms. Karen Pfeifer Dr. Olena M. Plotkina Ms. Donna-Marie Plummer Dr. Kerith H. Powell Mr. Raj K. Pradhan Ms. Karen Preston Dr. Michael A. Pryor Dr. Keith G. Rau Dr. Vinnavadi Ravikumar Ms. Kelly A. Reade Dr. Robert J. Rectenwald Jr. Mr. Larry Riddle Ms. Tamisa Ridley Dr. Guy F. Riekeman Dr. Frances Roberson Dr. Deborah P. Roche Ms. Linda Rockenstein Drs. Drew and Lisa Rubin Dr. Frank Ruechel Dr. Jeffrey Rupp Dr. Brent D. Russell Dr. Peggy Samples Dr. Joyce A. Sayers Dr. Jerry R. Schar Ms. Melissa Scharffenberg Dr. Marc P. Schneider Dr. Frank K. Schwitz Dr. Robert M. Scott Dr. Susan Sharkey Dr. Brian M. Sheres Dr. Frederick J. Sherkel Ms. Phyllis Shropshire Ms. Ellen G. Siepser Mr. Jeremy Smith Dr. Michael D. Smith


Mrs. Virginia Smith Dr. Teri L. Stockwell Ms. Jennifer Stroble Dr. Victoria L. Strong Dr. Gary L. Sullenger Ms. Monico L. Sullivan Dr. Stephanie B. Sullivan Ms. Nancy Sutton Dr. Roy W. Sweat Ms. Amanda Timberlake Dr. Michael L. Tomasello Jr. Mr. Adam Townsend Miss Yvonne Troutman Dr. Gwendolyn Tutt Mrs. Jennifer Valtos Dr. Kent D. Vanderslice Ms. Jessica Vile Ms. Kimberly J. Wagner Ms. Laura Wallace Mr. Ronald Ware Dr. Liliana L. Warner Ms. Melissa Waters Mr. John S. Wheeler Mrs. Sharie Williams Dr. Peter J. Wilson Ms. Alison Woldegeorges Ms. Shelia Wood Dr. Howard Wright Dr. Winfield S. Zehrung

President’s Circle The following individuals support the advancement of Chiropractic through their membership in the President’s Circle. Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey L. Aita Dr. Ricardo D. Álvarez López Dr. Darcy A. Andersen Dr. Claudia A. Anrig Dr. Adam J. Apfelblat Dr. Amanda L. Apfelblat Dr. Devan S. Arman Mr. Rammey Arsheed Dr. Lawrence Bagnell Dr. Dawn Cadwallader Dr. Thomas M. Baur Dr. Joshua J. Beaudry Drs. Debra Bell and Mark Silvester Dr. Thais M. Bermudez Dr. Tara B. Bisogna-Layne Mr. Allen G. Bittaker Dr. Krista Boline Dr. Sebastian S. Bonnin-Girod IV Dr. Randall Boutwell Dr. Cynthia A. Boyd Drs. Louis and Laurie Briegel Dr. Erik J. Brower Drs. Jared and Samantha Brown Mrs. Daisy Buckner Dr. Joseph P. Bufano Dr. Brian O. Burns Dr. Heather E. Casey Dr. Dennis Cirone and Mrs. Dianne Cirone Drs. Joseph Clarino and Debra Cirone Dr. Erin F. Clifton Dr. and Mrs. Gerard W. Clum Dr. Christopher J. Colloca Dr. Christopher J. Connelly Dr. Cornell Z. Cornish Sr. Dr. Henry J. Cousineau Dr. and Mrs. Robert Crystal Drs. Jean-Guy Daigneault and Denise A. Rassel

Ms. Carisa Davis Dr. Edwin F. Davis Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Philip A. Day Ms. Delma L. De La Fuente Dr. Jason Deitch Dr. Daniel A. DeReuter Dr. Danny M. Desaulniers Dr. John P. Di Blasi Dr. James A. Di Blasi Dr. Paul L. Donaldson Jr. Dr. John W. Downes Drs. Sandra and Adam Elbaum Dr. Vincent J. Erario Dr. Denise G. Evans Dr. Timothy J. Farrell Dr. Kevin G. Fogarty Dr. Anthony S. Garrow Mr. Richard Giuli and Dr. Amie Bend Dr. Irene Gold Dr. and Mrs. Daniel S. Gordon Dr. Sharon R. Gorman and Mr. Ron Gorman Mr. Scott Graziosa Dr. R. James Gregg Dr. Tim Gross Dr. Jeffery W. Grosskopf Dr. and Mrs. Jay Handt Dr. Jerry L. Hardee Dr. Jessica M. Harden Dr. B. J. Hardick Dr. and Mrs. Bruce J. Harman Mr. Gregory R. Harris Dr. Judith L. Hatch Dr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Heffernan Dr. and Mrs. Russell D. Herring Drs. Jeremy and Amanda Hess Dr. Bob Hoffman Dr. Stuart E. Hoffman Dr. John A. Hofmann Sr. and Mrs. Edie Hofmann Mr. Michael R. Hollerbach Dr. Joseph Hudak Dr. Marc Hudson Dr. Kreg D. Huffer Dr. David B. Iadeluca Drs. Kevin Jackson and Selina Sigafoose-Jackson Drs. Pamela and Stephen Jarboe Dr. Anissa M. Jones Ms. Britni Jordan Mr. Andres Julia Dr. Christopher J. Kahanec Dr. Leana Kart Dr. Stuart E. Katzen Dr. Julia A. Keiser Dr. Christopher B. Kent Dr. William G. Kessel Mr. Kevin Kinney Dr. Andrew C. Kirk Dr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Klapp Dr. and Mrs. David B. Koch Dr. and Mrs. Erik D. Kowalke Drs. Daryl and Deana Lajiness Drs. Gilles and Melissa LaMarche Drs. Steve J. and Amber O. Landry Dr. Darla S. Lasseter Dr. Douglas Leon Dr. and Mrs. Marc W. Lerner Ms. Cynthia J. Lund* Dr. Jeffrey J. Lupo Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Lupo Mr. David Lutz Mr. Nicholas R. Maassen Dr. Lori R. Malochleb Dr. and Mrs. Lorenzo E. Marchese Jr. Dr. Joel E. Margolies Drs. Richard B and Stefanie L. Marko

Dr. and Mrs. David Martino Dr. John F. and Mrs. Kaisa Marullo Dr. Karen I. Mathiak Ms. Brittany L. McClain Mr. John McGee Dr. Lisa M. Michel Ms. Liliana Montoya Dr. David R. Moore Dr. Tom and Mrs. Mary Ann Morgan Dr. Thomas L. Muncy II Dr. Faheem Nasir Drs. Gabriel and Michele O’Brien Dr. Randolph C. O’Dell Dr. James H. Oppenheim Dr. Joshua and Mrs. Jessica Paxton Dr. Palmer M. Peet Dr. and Mrs. Jay Perniciaro Dr. Eric H. Plasker and Mrs. Lisa Plasker Dr. Shawn M. Powers Dr. Sarah B. Prater-Manor Dr. Kenneth W. Register Dr. and Mrs. Charles E. Ribley Dr. Guy F. Riekeman Dr. Bradbury N. Robinson Drs. Corey B. and Toni A. Rodnick Drs. Drew and Lisa Rubin Dr. and Mrs. Gary T. Scardino Dr. Marc P. Schneider Dr. and Mrs. Jon T. Schwanz Dr. Robert M. Scott Drs. Jean-Marc Slak and Linda Eisen-Slak Dr. Russell S. Smith Dr. Brian L. Solofsky Dr. Nico A. Staples Dr. Gary Stewart Drs. Samuel T. and Clare L. Stewart Dr. Clark Stull Dr. Gary L. Sullenger Mr. Devon P. Surmont Dr. Mark J. Tobias Dr. Michael L. Tomasello Jr. Dr. Michael L. Viscarelli Dr. William J. Voyce Dr. Daniel L. Wallis Dr. Liliana L. Warner Drs. Cathy Jo Wendland-Colby and Norman Colby Drs. James M. Whillans and Nicole M. Barbary Whillans Mr. Andrew Wright Dr. Jeffrey P. Zaika

Realizing the Vision Capital Campaign William M. Harris Center for Clinical Education Dr. Franca B. Alterman Ms. Kirsten C. Anderson Apple Matching Gifts Dr. and Mrs. Mark H. Anthony Dr. Amanda L. Apfelblat Mrs. Kathy Bannister Dr. Dennis A. Barley Dr. Joseph E. Bartell Dr. and Mrs. Michael J. Bartell Dr. and Mrs. Richard L. Bend Sr. Dr. Debra W. Bisiacchi Dr. Michael J. Blendl Dr. Stephen A. Bloomingdale Dr. Krista Boline Dr. Sebastian S. Bonnin-Girod IV Dr. Beatrice Borges Dr. Cynthia A. Boyd

Dr. Jennifer P. Brandon Dr. Morris Braum Ms. Winfrey E. Brown Dr. Ralph E. Bucci Dr. Michael R. Buchanan Dr. Michael P. Carnes Dr. James W. Cassillo Dr. Sheldon K. Cheeseman Dr. Adam R. Church Dr. Dennis Cirone and Mrs. Dianne Cirone Dr. Daniel K. Claps Drs. Joseph Clarino and Debra Cirone Dr. and Mrs. Gerard W. Clum Dr. Michael T. Clusserath Dr. Austin L. Cohen Dr. Michael J. Cohen Drs. Anthony and Patricia Colasurdo Dr. Robert F. Coombs Dr. Henry J. Cousineau Dr. and Mrs. Robert Crystal Mr. Guy D’Alema Dr. Jason Deitch Dr. Tanya Dejkunchorn Dr. Samuel Demons Dr. David A. Denmark Drs. Dean and Jen DePice Dr. Michael P. DeRosa Dr. Lydia L. Dever DrNatura Dr. James A. Di Blasi Drs. Eddy L. Diaz-Valero and Neia Diaz Ms. Kelsey Donaldson Dr. Jean-Claude Doornick Dr. James W. Dubel Dr. James L. Duffy Dr. Brenda K. Dukes Dr. Cris Eaton-Welsh Drs. Sandra and Adam Elbaum Elevation Health Dr. Marc A. Ellis Dr. Vincent J. Erario Dr. Susan E. Esposito Eugster Enterprises LLC Ms. Sandy Everage Dr. Steve K. Fender Dr. John A. Fenn Dr. Maritza Fernandez Dr. Debra S. Flynn Dr. Kevin G. Fogarty Dr. Robert S. Fogarty Foot Levelers Inc. Dr. Michael C. Fox Dr. Richard Franz Drs. Daniel and Kimberly Gambino Dr. Beatrice Gamble Dr. Steven J. Garber Dr. Gwendolyn Gardner Dr. Harold George Drs. Peter Kevorkian and Patti Giuliano Dr. Michael I. Goldstein Dr. Sharon R. Gorman and Mr. Ron Gorman Great Works Chiropractic and Wellness PA Dr. Tim D. Guest Mr. Richard Giuli and Dr. Amie Bend Dr. Kathryn Haag Dr. Roohieh Hamrang Dr. and Mrs. Jay Handt Dr. Lawrence H. Hansen Dr. Anthony T. Hardnett Ms. Kathy Harley Mr. Mackel Harris William M. Harris Family Foundation Dr. Jeffrey S. Haskel

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Dr. Danita T. Heagy Dr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Heffernan Dr. Richard L. Hodish Dr. Cierra Hoffman Dr. Mitchell Holsten Dr. Sanford L. Hopkins Drs. Kevin Jackson and Selina Sigafoose-Jackson Dr. Patricia A. Jackson Dr. Craig P. John Ms. Susan S. John Dr. Shelly H. Jones Ms. Monyetta Joshua Dr. Leana Kart Dr. William C. Keenan Mr. Paul Ketcham Dr. Leslie M. King Dr. Ronald O. Kirk Mrs. Kim Klapp Dr. and Mrs. David B. Koch Dr. Jay Korsen Dr. Shelley Kovacs Dr. Kerry A. Kramer Dr. Christie I. Kwon Drs. Jay LaGuardia and Pamela Stucky-LaGuardia Drs. Gilles and Melissa LaMarche Dr. Michael T. LaRocca Dr. Darla S. Lasseter Dr. Bernadette J. Lavender Mrs. Mary Ellen Leffard Dr. John W. Legel Dr. Sidi M. Lemnouni Dr. George A. Lisjak Dr. Kenneth O. Logan Dr. Gregory D. Loman Mrs. Nita S. Looney Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Lupo Dr. James M. Lynch Dr. Mark R. Maiyer Dr. and Mrs. John P. Maltese Jr. Dr. Doug L. March Dr. Joel E. Margolies Dr. Michael J. Martin Dr. Troy M. May Mr. Thomas McCleskey* Dr. Leo McCormick Drs. Mike and Patricia McLean Dr. Deidre Meiggs Dr. Daniel L. Michel Drs. Steven and Cynthia Mickelson Dr. Fred A. Miller Dr. Steven D. Mirtschink Dr. David L. Mjoen* Dr. Mary A. Moore-Batson Dr. Tom and Mrs. Mary Ann Morgan Dr. Linda E. Mullin Dr. James T. Murdock Dr. James I. Myers Dr. Thomas E. Nicholas Mrs. Lauren M. Nielsen Dr. Kevin J. O’Dell Dr. Richard E. Olson II Mrs. Robin Parker Patient Media Inc. Dr. Vincent Perri Ms. Tiffany Peterson Ms. Karen Preston Dr. Vincent Preziosi Jr. Dr. Tracy L. Price Dr. Michael A. Pryor Dr. Tex R. Rabourn Estate Dr. and Mrs. Bradley S. Rauch Dr. Patty Ribley Ms. Shamere Reynolds

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Dr. Paula C. Rhodes Dr. Guy F. Riekeman Dr. Bradbury N. Robinson Dr. Raymond F. Roddy Dr. Anthony Santangelo Dr. Frank K. Schwitz Dr. Susan Sharkey Dr. Robert D. Shire Dr. Thomas J. Sidoti Jr. Dr. Daun Sigafoose Mrs. Patricia A. Sigafoose and Dr. James M. Sigafoose* Drs. Jean-Marc Slak and Linda Eisen-Slak Mrs. Nicole Smart Standard Process Inc. Mr. Robert Sterling Drs. Greg and Kim Stetzel Dr. Felicia Stewart Ms. Susan Stewart Dr. Eric M. Stofman Dr. Susan E. Strobel Dr. Gary L. Sullenger Mrs. Camille Sullivan Dr. Stephanie B. Sullivan Mr. Steve Sullivan Dr. Mignon A. Sweat Dr. Roy W. Sweat Dr. and Mrs. Michel Y. Tetrault Dr. Carleen A. Thum Dr. Aura L. Tovar Mr. Adam Townsend Dr. Gwendolyn Tutt Dr. and Mrs. Michael L. Ungerank Dr. Kent D. Vanderslice Mr. Cory Viehl Dr. Betsy Vingle Dr. William J. Voyce Dr. Brian W. Wallace Drs. Gary and Susan Walsemann Dr. and Mrs. Steven Warfield Dr. Ramona D. Warren Dr. James M. Watkins III Dr. Terry L. Watts Dr. William R. Webb Drs. Stephen and Claire Welsh Drs. Cathy Jo Wendland-Colby and Norman Colby Dr. Randall C. Williams Dr. Judith J. Wilson Dr. Peter J. Wilson Dr. and Mrs. John F. Winner Dr. Michael A. Wolff Sr. Ms. Shelia Wood Dr. David E. Yachter Drs. Radomir R. Zivkovic and Annette L. Croskey-Zivkovic

Lower Athletic Field AIG Matching Grants Program Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey L. Aita American International Group Inc. Dr. Adam J. Apfelblat Dr. Amanda L. Apfelblat Dr. Joseph D. Baudille Dr. and Mrs. Richard L. Bend Sr. Ms. Brenda R. Boone Dr. Beatrice Borges Drs. Louis and Laurie Briegel Dr. Scott A. Brown Dr. Scott Brunengraber Dr. Brian O. Burns Mr. Melvin Burton Dr. Pasquale G. Calcagno III

Dr. and Mrs. Dennis Cirone Dr. Jason P. Clift Dr. Richard R. Cobb Dr. William S. Cook Mrs. Jennifer L. Craig Mr. Guy D’Alema Dr. Jason Deitch Mr. Craig Deksheniks Ms. Deidre DeLoach Dr. Philip J. Delport Dr. Lydia L. Dever Dr. James A. Di Blasi Drs. Eddy L. Diaz-Valero and Neia Diaz Dr. Christopher A. Dolecki Ms. Kelsey Donaldson Dr. John W. Downes Drs. Sandra and Adam Elbaum EMSA Fund Inc. Mr. William Firnbach Dr. Kevin G. Fogarty Dr. and Mrs. James F. Fox Mr. Richard Giuli and Dr. Amie Bend Dr. Sharon R. Gorman and Mr. Ron Gorman Dr. William F. Goss Dr. R. James Gregg Mr. Eddie Guest Dr. and Mrs. Jay Handt Dr. and Mrs. Richard C. Herfert Dr. John A. Hofmann Sr. and Mrs. Edie Hofmann Dr. James S. Hovey Drs. Kevin Jackson and Selina Sigafoose-Jackson Dr. Wendy J. Jacobs Mr. Adam Janiak Mr. Bill Jarr and Mrs. Sheila Jarr Dr. Stuart E. Katzen Ms. Lynn M. Kent Dr. Thomas M. Klapp Dr. Brian L. Kroes Drs. Gilles and Melissa LaMarche Dr. Jeffrey Lander Mr. LaDerrick Langham Dr. Albert N. Latronica Dr. Kevin L. Lenahan Dr. Andrew J. Lombardi Jr. Dr. Jim A. Louro Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Lupo Mr. Nicholas R. Maassen Dr. Leif A. Martensson Dr. Paul D. McCartney Mr. John McGee Mrs. Amy McIlvane Dr. Lisa M. Michel Mr. Trevor S. Miller Dr. Michael T. Morea Multi Radiance Medical Mrs. Lauren M. Nielsen Dr. Kevin J. O’Dell Dr. Randolph C. O’Dell Dr. Tracy L. Olson Dr. Lisa Olszewski Dr. T. Shane Palmer Mr. Dan Payne Mrs. Jayme Pendergast Dr. Mariana J. Perosino Ms. Kelly A. Reade Dr. and Mrs. Charles E. Ribley Dr. James P. Ribley Drs. Corey B. and Toni A. Rodnick Dr. Gregg D. Rubinstein Dr. Rebecca R. Rumph-Pender and Mr. Brandon Pender Dr. Jeffrey Rupp Drs. Patrick and Geraldine Ryan

Dr. Bruce L. Salzinger Dr. and Mrs. Gary T. Scardino Drs. Mark Silvester and Debra Bell Dr. Ronald C. Sinagra Mrs. Virginia Smith Mr. and Ms. Joseph C. Smith II Ms. Nicole Strasko Ms. Karolyn Surmont Tour Players Golf Group of Georgia LLC Dr. Kris I. Van Zeilen Drs. Cathy Jo Wendland-Colby and Norman Colby Dr. and Mrs. John F. Winner Dr. John F. Zimmerman Jr.

Research Projects Dr. Shahla Abghari Dr. Rickey L. Allen Amped Now Inc. Mrs. Melody L. Barton Ms. Darlena C. Blalock Dr. Gena M. Bofshever Dr. Jill G. Bradshaw Dr. Roxanne Caron ChiroSecure Dr. Alena Coleman Mrs. Magi Cunningham Dr. Errol Davis Drs. Eddy L. Diaz-Valero and Neia Diaz Dr. Shawn J. Ebaugh Drs. Hussein and Eva Elsangak Ms. Elizabeth A. Geisz Mrs. Shannan George Global Gateway Foundation Dr. Elizabeth Graves Mrs. Phyllis Haines Dr. Lawrence H. Hansen Health Missions Dr. Stuart E. Hoffman Dr. Ronald S. Hosek Dr. Kathleen A. Houpt Dr. Laura L. Huber Dr. Craig P. John Dr. Ronald O. Kirk Dr. Mark M. Kovacs Dr. Christie I. Kwon Dr. Mark D. Lagerkvist Dr. Alana Levy Ms. Brianna Lightbown Mayer Chiropractic Dr. Katrina S. Mayes Dr. Bridget Monaghan Mrs. Lauren M. Nielsen Dr. Kevin J. O’Dell Dr. Mariana J. Perosino Dr. Noel Plasker Dr. John A. Prendes Quintessential Chiropractic Dr. Robert J. Rectenwald Jr. Dr. Florence Rigby Dr. Jeffrey Rupp Dr. Brent D. Russell Dr. Peggy Samples Mr. Robert Sterling Dr. Anquonette L. Stiles Dr. Stephanie B. Sullivan Drs. Cathy Jo Wendland-Colby and Norman Colby Ms. Channon Williams Dr. Daniel S. Yachter


$100,000 Academy

This list represents donors whose cumulative giving is $100,000 or more. Dr. Darcy A. Andersen The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta Inc. Dr. Henry J. Cousineau Dr. David P. Eugster Foot Levelers Inc. Mr. Richard Giuli and Dr. Amie Bend Dr. Irene Gold Dr. William M. Harris* William M. Harris Family Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Heffernan Dr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Klapp Ladies for Life Life Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Lupo Dr. Randolph C. O’Dell Dr. Tex R. Rabourn Estate Dr. Thomas W. Retherford* Drs. Corey B. and Toni A. Rodnick Standard Process Inc. Dr. Roy W. Sweat Dr. and Mrs. I. N. Toftness* Mrs. Pam Wanamaker and Dr. Gary C. Wanamaker*

Legacy Society The LIFE Legacy Society recognizes alumni and friends who support Life University through their estate plans, deferred gifts and endowed scholarships valued at $25,000 or more. Dr. Daniel A. Abeckjerr Dr. Joseph W. Accurso Jr.* Dr. Medhat M. Alattar Dr. Darcy A. Andersen Dr. Sol M. Aordkian Dr. Robert Argoe Mr. John P. Barrett Dr. John S. Barrett Dr. Larry A. Bartell Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Michael J. Bartell Dr. Daun Battersby* Drs. Dexter and Lisa A. Beck Dr. Richard L. Bend Jr. Dr. Craig Berko Ms. Doris Blair Dr. Gilbert Bohemier* Dr. and Mrs. John T. Boutwell Dr. Donald W. Boylston Dr. Robert Braile Dr. Jennifer P. Brandon Dr. Yvan J. Breton Drs. Louis and Laurie Briegel Dr. James R. Brown* Dr. Deloss Brubaker Dr. Leonard A. Budsock* Dr. Richard D. Burneskis Dr. Brian O. Burns Dr. John A. Cadieux Dr. Thomas E. Calhoun Jr. Dr. George Camacho Jr. Dr. David L. Camhi Dr. Robert M. Champagne Dr. Patricia L. Chelenyak Dr. James L. Chestnut Ms. Edna Clark Dr. Art Coffman Dr. Eddy Cohen* Mrs. Bobbie Combee Dr. Timothy P. Conroy

Dr. Francis Corbin* Dr. Henry J. Cousineau Dr. Kenneth Csillag Dr. David A. Czerminski Dr. Gregory R. Daniels Dr. Alan J. Davis Dr. David G. Davis Dr. Christopher Dean Dr. Steven T. Deehl Dr. Paul Delaney Drs. Dean and Jen DePice Dr. Michael P. DeRosa Drs. Michael and Louise Desaulniers Dr. Richard Desira Dr. William E. Dillman Dr. Bruce J. Dorais Dr. Ann Drake Dr. Douglas Drobbin Dr. James W. Dubel Dr. Alan H. Dubin Dr. Steven D. Erde Ms. Sandy Everage Ms. Melanie Ezzel-Nelson Dr. Daniel J. Fenster Dr. David C. Fields Mr. William Firnbach Drs. Gary and Carolyn Fish Dr. Jane L. Fish and Dr. Harvey J. Fish* Flynn-Finderup Architects Dr. Kevin G. Fogarty Dr. Alan K. Foster Dr. and Mrs. Richard A. Franks Dr. Murray C. Galbraith Dr. William S. Gandee Dr. Franklin Gilbert Dr. Robert S. Gise Dr. Forrest W. Goforth Dr. Cory W. Gold Dr. Steven J. Goldfarb Dr. Sharon R. Gorman and Mr. Ron Gorman Dr. Robert W. Graham Mrs. Janet Grassam and Dr. Ian Grassam* Dr. R. James Gregg Dr. Joseph J. Gregory Dr. and Mrs. John F. Grone Dr. Lee Gruber* Drs. Jett and Cathy Gurman Dr. and Mrs. Samuel S. Haley Dr. Randall J. Hammett Dr. Rod Handly Dr. and Mrs. Jay Handt Dr. and Mrs. Bruce J. Harman Mr. Mackel Harris William M. Harris Family Foundation Dr. Ronald J. Hash* Mrs. Marian F. Hatch and Dr. Robert Hatch* Mr. David Haygood Dr. Danita T. Heagy Drs. Kenneth and Deborah Heairlston Dr. Mark Heffron Mr. Robert Henry Dr. Dennis L. Heskett Drs. Jeremy and Amanda Hess Ms. Nancy Hill* Dr. Raymond J. Hillenbrand Dr. Hubert Hitchcock* Dr. Jerry I. Hochman Dr. Richard L. Hodish Dr. Bob Hoffman Dr. Stephen A. Hoffman Dr. Stuart E. Hoffman Dr. John A. Hofmann Sr. and Mrs. Edie Hofmann

Dr. Stephen Hoody Dr. John Hopkins* Dr. Lasca Hospers Dr. Durie D. Humber Sr. Dr. James K. Humber Jr. Dr. Steven M. Humber Mr. Phil E. Johnson Mr. Roger Kaiser Dr. Eric S. Kaplan Dr. John I. Kelly Jr. Drs. Peter Kevorkian and Patti Giuliano Dr. Mildred Kimbrough* Dr. Ronald O. Kirk Dr. David A. Kirsch Drs. Josef Kish and Mary Ellen Moore Dr. Thomas M. Klapp Dr. Mark J. Klingert Dr. Ellis Kooby Dr. Thomas Kopinski Dr. Andrew H. Krantz Dr. Daniel J. Kribs Dr. Elizabeth Krupar Dr. Cecil Laney Dr. Michael G. Law Dr. Peter Lawrence Dr. Alan M. Levine Dr. David M. Levinson Dr. David B. Linden Dr. Ken Lipke* Dr. Kenneth O. Logan Dr. Richard S. Lord Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Lupo Dr. Peter Marascia* Dr. Doug L. March Dr. and Mrs. Lorenzo E. Marchese Jr. Dr. Carl Mashike Dr. David C. Mason Mr. Eddie McAshan III Dr. Rod McCanse Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McLemore* Dr. Robert S. Mellette* Dr. Robert C. Melnik Dr. Timothy C. Merrick Dr. Daniel L. Michel Dr. Joel S. Miller Dr. Steven D. Mirtschink Dr. Ronald M. Mitchell Dr. Roy D. Mitchell Dr. Dennis Mizel Dr. Wilson A. Morgan* Mr. Harold J. Mulkey* Multi Radiance Medical Dr. Michael Nathanson Dr. Nada Nenadovic Dr. Meredith L. Oudt Ms. Romayne R. Palmer Dr. Thomas D. Palmer Dr. Thomas L. Pamer Dr. Don N. Parkerson Sr.* Dr. Palmer M. Peet Dr. Lawrence M. Peters Dr. Jerald W. Pfister Dr. Bradford J. Pizza Dr. Deborah A. Pogrelis Dr. Neil J. Rabin Dr. Robert Rabin* Dr. Tex R. Rabourn Estate Dr. Michael Rappaport* Dr. Linda Rassel* Dr. and Mrs. Bradley S. Rauch Dr. Rebecca A. Ray * Dr. Thomas W. Retherford* Dr. and Mrs. Charles E. Ribley Mrs. Rowena Rich and Dr. Clark Rich* Mrs. Jean Riley

Drs. Corey B. and Toni A. Rodnick Dr. Ronald Roland Dr. Paul J. Roses Dr. and Mrs. Armand M. Rossi Dr. Suzan R. Rossi Dr. Henry M. Rubinstein Dr. Diana Salzmann Ms. Joyce Sample Dr. Walter Sanchez Dr. Daniel A. Schaeffer Dr. Jerry R. Schar Dr. Robert R. Schiffman Drs. Ron and Alyson Schmeltzer Dr. Robert Schumacher Dr. William L. Sesco Dr. Brian M. Sheres Dr. Michael W. Shreeve Dr. Thomas J. Sidoti Jr. Dr. Chriss J. Sigafoose* Dr. Tina A. Sigafoose Drs. Michael and Lori Smatt Mr. and Mrs. Melvyn Smith Mr. Robert L. Snelson Society of Chiro. Orthospinology Mr. Randy Southerland Mrs. Lucy Spurgeon and Dr. Andra Spurgeon* Dr. Gary Stewart Dr. Mark E. Studin Dr. Roy W. Sweat Dr. Michael Swenson Dr. Michele H. Takacs Dr. Timothy E. Tarry Jr. Dr. Jim Taylor Drs. Jan Teitelbaum and Siri Smith Dr. Jonathan Tepper Dr. Thomas Thornton* Ms. Amanda Timberlake Dr. and Mrs. I. N. Toftness* Mr. Roger Tripp Mrs. Marilyn B. Tucker Dr. Clarence A. Ungerank Dr. and Mrs. Gregory A. Ungerank Dr. and Mrs. Michael L. Ungerank Dr. Ralph Ungerank* Dr. Louis Vastola Dr. Betsy Vingle Mr. Bernard S. Vinick Dr. David E. Wade Drs. Gary and Susan Walsemann Mr. W. W. Wannamaker III* Dr. Mary J. Ward Dr. Mamie B. Ware Drs. Stu and Teri Warner Dr. Neal Watkins Drs. Stephen and Claire Welsh Dr. Gary L. Wickiser Dr. Janice Willhite and Dr. Frank Willhite* Dr. Kimbrough S. Williams Dr. Nell Williams and Drs. Sid Williams* Drs. William N. and Kay Willis Dr. Peter J. Wilson Dr. David E. Yachter Dr. Michael M. Wolff Ms. Eva E. Yeomans Dr. Steven Zimmerman Dr. Timothy L. Zook *Denotes deceased

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