Logan University 2022-2023 Annual Report of Giving

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Dear Alumni, Friends & Supporters:

For more than two years, I have been eagerly awaiting the arrival of spring 2024, which is when construction on the Fuhr Science Center and Administration Building on Logan’s campus is scheduled to be completed. Soon the new anatomy labs, imaging center, technique labs, simulation space, faculty offices, and collaboration and study areas will be bustling with students engaged in hands-on learning that will prepare them to become leaders in whole health care. And it’s all thanks to hundreds of generous supporters like you.

The renovated and expanded Fuhr Science Center and Administration Building will be so much more than two buildings on campus. They will stand as monuments to the Logan community’s ability to come together to deliver the state-of-the-art technology and experiential learning opportunities that are so integral to upholding our stellar reputation in chiropractic and health science education. Every time I walk by the construction sites, I pause to appreciate each and every donor—large and small—who has made this important endeavor possible. Next time you visit and see these impressive facilities for yourself, I hope you do the same.

It is not too late to make a lasting contribution to the success of current and future students through a contribution to the Advancing Education, Transforming Lives campaign. Visit Logan.edu/Campaign to learn more about ways to give and be one of the first to know when construction on the Fuhr Science Center and Administration Building is finished.

In the pages of this annual report, we provide a glimpse into the myriad milestones Logan achieved from September 2022 to August 2023. Meet some of the students who have been impacted by scholarships as well as the generous individuals who made a financial gift, referred new students to Logan or served as a preceptor doctor. See our fiscal year financial reports, which show that Logan maintains its strong financial position.

We know you have many choices when it comes to how you spend your dollars, lend your talents, and allocate your time. On behalf of all of us at Logan University, thank you for your commitment to helping us advance our goal of becoming the premier whole health university.


“Thank you for your commitment to helping us advance our goal of becoming the premier whole health university.”

(636) 230-1849

Leesha Andereck Advancement Services and Stewardship Manager Leesha.Andereck@Logan.edu (636) 230-1877

Bryan Stone, MA, CFRE Senior Director of Development Bryan.Stone@Logan.edu

Donor Spotlight: Dr. Robert Rice

Robert Rice, DC (’06) often reflects on his experience as a student in Logan University’s Doctor of Chiropractic (DC) program. He recalls how nervous he was on his first day of classes, the camaraderie he found through organizations like Chi Rho Sigma, and how beautiful campus looked in the spring when all the flowers were blooming.

“Some of my fondest memories come from my time at Logan,” Dr. Rice said. “There is no question that everyone—from the professors to the administrative staff—cares deeply about students’ success. Their desire for us to do well in the classroom and beyond is what makes Logan such a special place.”

Dr. Rice credits Logan for equipping him with the knowledge and experience he needed to open ChiroPro in Shiloh, Illinois, months after he graduated.

“I founded ChiroPro with the goal of getting 80 percent of Shiloh’s population under regular chiropractic care,” Dr. Rice said. “If people chose chiropractic first, we’d see a tremendous decrease in pain and suffering related to musculoskeletal problems. And because chiropractic care does not involve medication or surgery, there would also be a significant drop in opioid use that can lead to addiction and death.”

Because of the highly personalized care it provides to patients, ChiroPro quickly became a staple of the Shiloh community.

“Eventually I’d like to see ChiroPro in all 50 states,” Dr. Rice said. “Our goal has evolved from getting 80 percent of Shiloh under regular chiropractic care to getting 80 percent of America under regular chiropractic care.”

The biggest obstacle Dr. Rice has faced in his efforts to expand ChiroPro is a shortage of qualified chiropractic associates. One way he overcomes this challenge is by serving as a preceptor doctor for Logan’s DC students. Through the mutually beneficial Preceptorship Program, students gain valuable realworld experience working in a busy clinical environment, and Dr. Rice builds meaningful connections with prospective team members.

“When people visit a doctor, they often expect a dreary waiting room, poor bedside manner and expensive care that does not really address the underlying issue,” Dr. Rice said. “At ChiroPro we try to shatter those expectations by providing individualized treatment and making our patients feel like family.”

The positive impact ChiroPro has had in Shiloh inspired Dr. Rice to open a second location in 2018 and a third in 2019. To help meet the soaring demand for care during the COVID-19 pandemic, he opened four more clinics from 2020 to 2021. Currently there are four Illinois ChiroPro locations in Shiloh, Troy, Highland and Columbia, and three Missouri clinics in Eureka, Lake St. Louis and St. Charles.

“Students completing their preceptorships with us not only treat patients but also spend time at the front desk and in billing so they understand every aspect of running a practice,” Dr. Rice said. “My goal is to make sure they graduate ready to become productive chiropractors. Fortunately, many choose to join us as associates. Some have even gone on to serve as clinic directors.”

To gain additional access to Logan students, ChiroPro became a Business and Career Partner.

The partnership gives participating organizations numerous opportunities to promote careers, clinical experiences and more both on and off campus.

“The Business and Career Partnership is a great way for me to increase the number of Logan students I am able to meet with and impact,” Dr. Rice said.

Supporting Logan as a preceptor doctor and Business and Career Partner has enabled Dr. Rice to hire more than 30 Logan graduates. These efforts also signal his commitment to the success of the university’s students and all the patients they will go on to treat.

“You reap what you sow,” Dr. Rice said. “It’s one thing to plant seeds, but to yield a great crop, you must put time, energy and love into it. I encourage everyone who can to give back to Logan and help ensure it is able to continue cultivating health care leaders.”

Dr. Robert Rice with his wife Nicole and daughters Rose and Mary

Year At a Glance

Awards & Accolades

• Logan University presented Arlan W. Fuhr, DC (’61); Howard Loomis Jr., DC (’67), FIACA; Douglas Cox, DC (’79), DABCO; and Roy Hillgartner, DC (’69) with the Spirit of Logan Distinguished Alumni Award during Symposium 2023.

• Allison Harvey, DC, Montgomery Health Center senior clinician and Logan assistant professor was named Pediatric Chiropractor of the Year by the American Chiropractic Association Council on Pediatric Chiropractic.

• A record number of presentations from Logan researchers were accepted to the 29th Annual Association of Chiropractic Colleges Educational Research Agenda Conference (ACCRAC).

• Elise Hewitt, DC, DICCP, FICC, program director for Logan’s Master of Science in Integrative Pediatrics was named Academician of the Year by the American Chiropractic Association.

• Patrick Montgomery, DC (’76), MS, FASA, LCP, Logan professor earned the Legion of Chiropractic Philosophy (LCP) credentials from the International Chiropractic Association’s Chiropractic Philosophy Council’s Board.

People & Purpose

• Kristina Petrocco-Napuli, MS, DC, DHPE, FICC, FACC was named associate provost for Logan’s College of Chiropractic.

• April Taylor, DBA, JD was named Logan’s associate provost of Academic Affairs.

• Roy Hillgartner, DC (’69), instructor; John Gutweiler, PhD, professor; and Richard Cranwell, DC (’76), MS, DACBN, professor, celebrated a combined 145 years of teaching at Logan.

• Cynthia Sutton joined Logan as director of alumni relations.

• Amber Henry, MEd, EdS, EdD became director of continuing education at Logan.

• Logan professors Ralph Filson, DC (’69) and Donald Christy, DC (’79) retired after decades of service.

From left: Dr. Richard Cranwell, Dr. Roy Hillgartner and Dr. John Gutweiler celebrate together during a December 2022 reception held in their honor. Dr. Allison Harvey Dr. Kristina PetroccoNapuli Dr. April Taylor From left: Dr. Robert Jones, former member of ACA’s Board of Directors; Dr. Leo Bronston, ACA Board member; Dr. Elise Hewitt; and Dr. Michele Maiers, former ACA president Drs. Kristin Miller (right) and Patrick Boylan at ACCRAC Dr. Patrick Montgomery Cynthia Sutton (left) and Dr. Amber Henry

2022-2023 Milestones

Capital Campaign

• Chiro One Wellness Centers committed to naming a classroom in the new Fuhr Science Center.

• A large concrete block that was signed by attendees of the Fuhr Science Center groundbreaking ceremony was buried under the building’s slab as a time capsule.

• Tarlton Corporation and Ittner Architects made impactful gifts to the Advancing Education, Transforming Lives campaign. Tarlton has been documenting construction site progress with videos available at Logan.edu/Campaign.

Tools & Technology

• Logan’s Learning Resources Center began offering Visible Biology, a visual guide to biological concepts and processes, to enhance student learning and engagement.

• Logan introduced a new landing page for alumni, which provides more ways to stay connected and engaged with the university.

• Logan launched a landing page dedicated to informing current and prospective students and alumni about chiropractic boards and licensing information.

Partnerships & Programs

• More than 200 chiropractic educators, researchers, academics, association leaders and students traveled to Logan from more than 13 different countries and 68 institutions for the World Federation of Chiropractic Association of Chiropractic Colleges Global Education Conference in November 2022.

• Logan celebrated the opening of Logan Park on its campus.

• The Doctor of Health Professions Education (DHPE) degree at Logan became the Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) in Health Professions Education.

• The first cohort of Master of Science in Strength & Conditioning students graduated from Logan.

• Logan hosted the inaugural Pediatric Technique Review and Assessment Weekend for its Master of Science in Integrative Pediatrics students.

• Phi Kappa Phi installed its 357th chapter at Logan.

• Biofreeze established the Biofreeze Professional Scholarship for students in Logan’s College of Chiropractic.

• Students from Jennings Senior High School visited Logan as part of St. Louis Symphony Orchestra’s College Connections program.

• The Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND®) Board granted full accreditation to Logan’s Master of Science in Applied Nutrition & Dietetics program.

• OnlineMastersDegrees.org recognized Logan’s Master of Science in Health Informatics and Master of Science in Nutrition & Human Performance programs for being among the best in their fields.

• Intelligent.com included Logan’s Bachelor of Science in Human Biology and Master of Science in Health Informatics programs in its list of top higher education programs in the United States.

Attendees of the World Federation of Chiropractic Association of Chiropractic Colleges Global Education Conference Logan Park opened in June 2023.

Student Scholarship: Quin Wilkes

Quin Wilkes’ path to pursuing her Doctor of Chiropractic (DC) at Logan University was filled with twists and turns. A native of O’Fallon, Illinois, she attended the University of Arkansas in Little Rock to play on the women’s soccer team. With aspirations to go to medical school after graduation, Quin enrolled in the premedical program. However, she soon realized a career as a medical doctor did not align with her passions and decided to explore different avenues.

After graduating with her bachelor’s degree in biology in 2018, she entered a graduate psychology program but ultimately determined that was not the right route for her either. Determined to find her calling, Quin decided to step back and think about where she wanted to dedicate her time and energy.

“At that point I felt like I had no idea where my life was headed,” Quin said. “I just decided it would be a better idea to take a break and enjoy life working and traveling before committing to anything else.”

She worked as a marketing coordinator and then as an admissions coordinator at a behavioral health facility for minors in Arkansas. Since Quin had suffered from chronic sports injuries for several years, she decided to research the chiropractic profession and became a patient. After a year of adjustments, she contacted Jeremy Boyce, Logan’s assistant director of admissions, to enroll in the DC program.

“Logan’s ability to make the admissions process so seamless on top of its great reputation outweighed my other options,” Quin said.

Now a trimester 9 student, Quin is confident in her decision to attend Logan. Her involvement in campus clubs and organizations

has enriched her experience. She has served as a member of Lambda Kappa Chi, a member of the Student American Black Chiropractic Association, a student services representative for Logan Student Government, and a development assistant in the Office of Development.

“I’ve had a phenomenal experience at Logan,” Quin said. “I have had the opportunity to get involved and learn so much. Looking back on my journey here, I am proud of myself.”

Given her background as a collegiate athlete and biology major, Quin has realized the importance of chiropractic care for people of all ages.

“What really resonated with me was thinking, ‘If I had experienced chiropractic care earlier, I could have been an even better athlete,’” Quin said.

Quin’s experience and passion for her studies helped her earn the Beatrice B. Hagen, DC Scholarship. The scholarship, which is awarded to students who demonstrate excellence in Logan Basic Technique, is a testament to how well Quin has performed in the DC program.

“I was so surprised and humbled to have received this scholarship,” Quin said.

“It is huge to be recognized and chosen by the scholarship selection committee. It made me feel like people see the hard work I have been putting in and that I can do something big with chiropractic.”
Quin Wilkes

“Any form of financial assistance is so beneficial when you are a student, and I am honored to have been selected.”

Upon her graduation in summer 2024, Quin hopes to open her own chiropractic practice utilizing the insights and knowledge gained from Logan as well as other experiences throughout her journey. She credits the Beatrice B. Hagen, DC Scholarship with amplifying her confidence to continue pursuing her dream.

“It is huge to be recognized and chosen by the scholarship selection committee,” Quin said. “It made me feel like people see the hard work I have been putting in and that I can do something big with chiropractic.”


Student Scholarship: Dr. John Garmon

While a high school student in Cleveland, John Garmon, DC (‘23), CSCS received a call that would change his life.

“My brother asked if I wanted to help him move office furniture for $100,” said Dr. Garmon. “Being the broke kid I was, I took him up on the offer. Little did I know it was moving furniture for Highland Wellness Center, a chiropractic office.”

Moving heavy equipment turned into helping around the office, and helping around the office evolved into dreams of a career in chiropractic. Dr. Garmon now refers to Daniel Duffy Jr., DC—the owner of Highland Wellness Center—as his mentor.

“It all started with helping move some equipment, and it turned into something beautiful,” said Dr. Garmon.

As he approached graduation from John Carroll University with a degree in exercise science and a minor in entrepreneurship, Dr. Garmon began exploring Doctor of Chiropractic (DC) programs. Dr. Duffy Jr. recommended Logan University, which is where his father, Daniel Duffy Sr., DC (’72), studied.

“Dr. Duffy Jr. always spoke highly of Logan and the successes it brought his father, so I talked to some other individuals from the program and looked on the website for more information,” Dr. Garmon said. “It answered a lot of my questions, and I decided to apply.”

He started his first trimester during the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Garmon believes the challenges he faced at the beginning of his Logan journey helped mold him into the person he is today. He eventually met fellow students and became involved with extracurricular activities.

“I dabbled in a little bit of everything,” Dr. Garmon said. “I was in Logan’s Sacro Occipital Technic Club, the Applied Kinesiology Club and a few others. The Applied Kinesiology Club truly challenged me to become the most adept physician I can be. I also helped local high school students with training and worked at a sports performance gym near Logan’s campus. I think it’s important to give back to my community when I can.”

Dr. Garmon is grateful for the financial support he received through the Howard S. Grossman Scholarship; the Dr. Paul Cornelius Endowment Scholarship; the Dr. Roy J. Hillgartner Scholarship; and the Forever Chiropractic, Forever Logan Scholarship.

“I wasn’t expecting to get any of those scholarships when I applied, but a wave of joy hit me when I saw the emails telling me I received them,” said Dr. Garmon. “People donated their hard-earned money and invested it in my education. It’s an incredible honor.”

Dr. Garmon understands the value of a dollar. Coming from a modest background, these scholarships helped motivate him throughout his studies and lifted weight off his shoulders.

“These scholarships not only bettered me and my experience at Logan, but they are also going to pay off down the road with my future patients,” Dr. Garmon said. “I hope I can return the favor and mentor people and continue to support chiropractic care for future generations to come.”

Newly graduated, Dr. Garmon plans to move home to Ohio and work with high school athletes where his chiropractic journey began—Highland Wellness Center. In addition to providing chiropractic care, he wants to teach them about healthy diets and exercises that help enhance performance and mobility.

“High school students have so much potential if they are led down the right path,” Dr. Garmon said. “I hope that I can steer them and teach them good habits that will help them down the road.”

“I hope I can return the favor and mentor people and continue to support chiropractic care for future generations to come.”
Dr. John Garmon

Each year, we celebrate the generous and heartfelt support of alumni, faculty, donors and friends at our Symposium. During the Awards & Scholarship Luncheon, scholarship recipients like Quin and Dr. Garmon have the chance to meet and thank the donors who have made a direct impact on their education and future career. Save the date for the 9th annual Symposium, taking place April 12-13, 2024, at St. Louis Union Station.


Fiscal Year 2022–2023 Highlights

Logan University continues its strong financial position due to disciplined management, thorough governance structure and steady leadership. Our net assets stand at $118 million, with strong cash and investment balances over $60 million. The university continues to invest in physical facilities to support key academic initiatives and infrastructure.



August 31, 2023 (With Comparative Totals for 2022)


Year Ended August 31, 2023 2022

cash equivalents Unrestricted $ 2,250,294 $ 1,904,917 Restricted 416,936 634,757 2,667,230 2,539,674 Accounts receivable, net 214,606 201,001 Contributions receivable, net 891,806 1,511,505 Student loans receivable 767,171 1,234,081 Prepaid expenses 1,466,058 951,145 Property and equipment, net 57,423,294 38,235,016 Right of use assets 565,888 Investments 52,086,677 56,617,795 Interest rate swap 1,190,424 529,872 Cash surrender value of life insurance policies 630,966 599,356 Other assets 9,463 8,650 Beneficial interest in Logan University Education Foundation 10,083 10,083 Total Assets $ 117,923,666 $102,438,178 LIABILITIES Accounts payable $ 5,252,092 $ 2,084,693 Accrued liabilities 638,795 929,235 Accrued interest 55,954 In-kind grant payable 947,334 Lease liabilities 593,678 Deferred revenues 910,466 789,536 U.S. Government grants refundable 971,846 1,541,321 Bonds payable, net 13,223,505 Total Liabilities 22,593,670 5,344,785 NET
Unrestricted $ 92,865,858 $ 94,980,655 Restricted 2,464,138 2,112,738 Total Net Assets 95,329,996 97,093,393 Total Liabilities And Net Assets $ 117,923,666 $ 102,438,178

The generous support of our donors and commitment of the Logan community have been essential to building our capabilities. We encourage you to read the audited financial statements and related notes at Logan.edu/StateOfLogan for more information regarding the financial position and results of Logan University.



August 31, 2023 (With Comparative Totals for 2022)


Year Ended August 31, 2023 2022


Tuition and fees $ 40,372,708 $ 39,431,202 Less institutional aid $ (1,098,907) $ (901,906) Net tuition and fees $ 39,273,801 $ 38,529,296 Gifts, grants and contracts 592,267 503,972 Capital Campaign 318,136 945,055 Sales and service of educational activities 738,877 967,284 Investment income 1,248,628 920,542 Gain (loss) on sale of property and equipment 12,694 Other revenue sources 124,677 472,059 Total revenues and support 42,309,080 42,338,208
Educational activities Instruction 10,168,458 10,093,587 Academic support 7,833,449 7,362,101 Student services 5,865,493 5,711,784 Total educational activities 23,867,400 23,167,472 Research 486,532 490,604 Public service 735,118 1,418,277 Institutional support 12,309,902 11,973,901 Operation and maintenance of plant 2,881,936 2,813,868 Total operating expenses 40,280,888 39,864,122 Change in net assets before depreciation and amortization and net realized and unrealized gains on investments 2,028,192 2,474,086 Depreciation and amortization (2,799,608) (2,999,895) Net unrealized gain on investments 247,074 9,722,975 Net realized gain (loss) on investments 862,388 1,794,237 In-Kind Grant Expense For Use Of Land (980,000) Impairment Of Long-Lived Assets (1,781,995) Change in value of Interest Rate Swap Contract 660,552 529,872 CHANGE IN NET ASSETS (1,763,397) (7,924,675) NET ASSETS, Beginning of year 97,093,393 105,018,068 NET ASSETS, End of year $ 95,329,996 $ 97,093,393

to our generous family of donors

We’d like to express our heartfelt gratitude to our generous donors. Your ongoing support and commitment to Logan University paves the way for us to pursue our mission of developing future leaders of integrated health care, enabling us to provide exceptional educational opportunities and foster continuous improvement. This report of giving honors those who have made a gift in the 2023 fiscal year (September 1, 2022, to August 31, 2023). Every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of this list. However, if you feel your giving has not been accurately represented, please contact the Office of Institutional Advancement at Development@Logan.edu. We appreciate all Logan University donors and want to ensure each individual is recognized.

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Activator Methods International, LTD

Dr. Max Ahlers (‘61)

Allbright Systems Corporation

Dr. Don Altman*

Mrs. Leesha K. Andereck

Dr. Mary B. Anderson (‘82)

Dr. Thomas W. Anderson (‘84)

Dr. Zachary Anthony

Arch Graphics

Mrs. Julie Armistead

Ms. Laura Arnett

Artisana Organics

Ascend Group

Dr. Tyler Awe (‘19)

Dr. David L. Ayres (‘76)

Back to Health Chiropractic

Dr. Larry A. Bain (‘68)

Dr. Dan Baird (‘80)

Dr. David Baker

Dr. Asia Barclay

Dr. Patrick J. Battaglia (‘12)

Dr. Sean W. P. Batte (‘99)

Mr. Zach Becker

Rachelle Beckman

Dr. James A. Beebe (‘77)

Mr. Ljuca Belsito

Ms. Judy Benjamin

Dr. Nicole (‘01, ‘03) & Mr. John Bennett

Dr. Robert (‘60) & Mrs. Bonnie Benoit

Dr. Lori L. Bents (‘84)•

Ms. Jocelyn Bermudez

Dr. Timothy J. Bertelsman (‘91)

Dr. William Bevis

Dr. Suzanne Blair-Rodgers

Bledsoe Chiropractic

Dr. Seth J. Blocker (‘97)

Dr. Paul R. Blomerth (‘83)

Dr. Kathy A. Boulet (‘89)*

Dr. Craig A. Bowars (‘99)

Mr. Jeremy Boyce

Dr. Donna M. Boylan (‘87)

Dr. Robin M. Bozark

Dr. Tara Breske

Dr. William G. Brink (‘77)

Ms. Lulu Brinkley

Dr. Kelly K. Brinkman (‘90)

Ms. Dawn Brokaw

Dr. Paul C. Brooks (‘91)

Dr. Robert Brown (‘82)

Dr. Gilles Brunelle (‘73)

Dr. Richard M. Bruns (‘80)

Ms. Victoria Bruns

Dr. Laurie C. Burke (‘82)

Mr. William Burns

Dr. Cheryl A. Burtle (‘99)

Dr. Herb Caldwell

Dr. Sarah Calta

Ms. Margaret Capossela

Dr. James M. Carmichael (‘70)

Dr. Joel P. Carmichael (‘85)

Dr. Nadia R. Carpanzano (Lowers-Esmail) (‘09,’11)

Dr. Tina A. Carter (‘94)

Ms. Sierra Carter Huhman

Ms. Melanie Cassidy

Dr. Kimberly A. Cerf (‘17, ‘18)

Mrs. Barb Cerutti

Chiropractic Company

Chiro One Wellness Centers, LLC

Chiro Pro

Dr. Bryan Christoffer

Ms. Kimberly Clanahan

Ms. Julie A. Clanton

Dr. Kristene K. Clark (‘98)

Dr. Steven G. Clarke (‘82)

Dr. Carmen M. Clemenson (‘93)

Ms. Keshia Clonts

Commerce Bancshares Foundation

Dr. Katharine M. Conable (‘75)

Dr. Todd W. Conley (‘89)

Dr. Yahdi Cotto Jorge

Dr. Douglas & Mrs. Jayne Cox (’79)

Dr. James M. Cox

Drs. Mark R. Craft (‘84) & Allise A. Marter (‘82)

Craig H. Neilsen Foundation

Dr. Anthony Crawford (‘94)

Dr. David C. Creech (‘99)

Dr. Heidi M. Crocker (‘91)

Crossover Symmetry

Dr. Gerald E. Crumbley, Sr. (‘58)

Dr. James R. Cummings (‘61)

Dr. Keith Dale (‘79)

Dr. Stephen J. Dalsing (‘74)

Dr. Sally A. Dawe-Iacono (‘87)

Dr. Christophe Dean

Benefactor, whose gifts total $1,000+ in the fiscal year

* Logan Board of Trustees

• Logan Heritage Society Member


Dr. Vincent F. DeBono

Mrs. Kathleen & Mr. Bob DeBord

Mr. Rick DeCaro

Ms. Justine Degaetano

Dr. Marcus DeGeer (‘01)

Dr. N. Paul DeLaney (‘74)

Ms. Lisa Diaz

Dr. Tad A. Diciaula (‘03)

Ms. Ellen A. Dickman

Dr. Karen Dishauzi (‘94, ‘07)

Andreas Ditz

Dr. Donald J. D’Lusky

DNA Vibe, LLC.

Dr. Paul E. Dodson (‘07, ‘09)

Dr. April Doty

Dr. Natacha Douglas (‘21)

Dr. Kelly (‘83) & Mrs. Karen Doyle

Ms. Judy Driska

Drury Hotels Company

Ms. Rachel D’Souza-Siebert

Dr. Deborah A. Ducar (‘00, ‘02)

Dr. April D. Dunnington (‘98)

Dr. Paul (‘79)* & Mrs. Donna Eberline

Dr. Vivian Ebert (‘81)

Dr. Theodore X. Economou (‘60)

Dr. James D. Edwards (‘77)

Ms. Erica A. Ehrhard

Dr. Jay E. Elliott (‘90)

Ms. Jennifer Elorreaga

Ms. Tianna Engen

Dr. Patricia A. Estrada (‘99, ‘16)

Dr. Gary W. Evans (‘86)

Mr. Christopher Fahs

Dr. Peter D. Feldkamp (‘88)

Dr. Marshall (‘88) & Mrs. Suzanne Feldman

Mr. Frank Ferrara

Ms. Sophia Finder

Mr. Jonah Finocchiaro

Dr. Michael J. Fiscella (‘77)

Dr. Kallie Fischer (‘19)

Dr. Kaitlyn Flamand (‘19, ‘22)

Dr. Theresa & Mr. Chris Fleck

Dr. Terra R. Fleming (‘90)

Dr. James C. Fleming (‘60)

Follett Higher Education Group

Food Service Consultants Inc.

Dr. Jamie & Mrs. Krissty Foster

Dr. David B. Fox (‘81)

Dr. Bradley Fraedrich

Dr. Eric L. Frank (‘88)

Dr. Edward M. Frattini (‘82)

Dr. Peter E. Frechtling (‘81)

Ms. Kelli Freebersyser

Ms. Joy Freedman

Dr. Margaret M. Freihaut (‘79)

Dr. Tana K. Frisina (‘99, ‘01)

Mr. Peter Frutkoff

Drs. Arlan (‘61) & Judi Fuhr (‘22)•

Ms. Lindsay Gallagher

Dr. Ralph E. Gay (‘79)

Dr. Stephen F. Geders (‘80)

Dr. James B. Gerni (‘96)

Mrs. Amy* & Mr. Amrit Gill

Dr. Michael P. Gillespie (‘99, ‘01)

Carmel Gionta

Dr. Brad Glowaki

Dr. Christine Goertz*

Dr. Roy A. Golsch (‘85)

Dr. Jason (‘98) & Mrs. Jessica Goodman

Ms. Lindsay Goudy

Dr. James A. Gray (‘62)

Dr. Steven M. Green (‘83)

Mr. Kent Greenawalt

Dr. Tom F. Greenawalt (‘54)•

Dr. Daniel E. Greene (‘88)

Mr. Brett Grimm

Dr. Timothy A. Gross

Dr. Brian Gualano

Ms. Lynn M. Haarmann

Ms. Kerry Hallahan

Ms. Helen Halley

Mr. James & Mrs. Kerry Hamilton

Ms. Stephani Harrington

Dr. Stanley S. Harris (‘80)

Mr. Robert Hartweck

Dr. Allison Harvey

Patrick Haskell

Dr. Michael G. Hawkinson (‘86)

Dr. Glen A. Heese (‘67)

Dr. Jason Helfrich

Dr. Paul (‘93) & Mrs. Patricia Henry

Dr. Amber Henry

Dr. Robert A. Hervey (‘05, ‘06)

Dr. Charles H. Heuser (‘76)

Dr. Sara Heuser Horn (‘89)

Dr. Elise Hewitt

Mr. and Mrs. John J. Hickey

Ms. Kristi L. Hill

Mrs. Jessica R. Hilton (‘21)

Mrs. Barbara Hobday

Dr. Debra L. Hoffman (‘80)•

Mr. Gregg & Mrs. Laura Hollabaugh

Dr. Stephen E. Holloway (‘74)

Mrs. Megan & Mr. Anthony Holte

Dr. Christopher M. Holze (‘00, ‘02)

Dr. Lester H. Holze, Jr. (‘73)

Dr. Weston A. Holzinger (‘14, ‘16)

Mr. Robert Holzschuh

Dr. & Mrs. Brad Hough

Dr. Melissa Hudson (‘22)

Dr. Richard C. Hueffmeier (‘78)

Dr. Kelley Humphries-Mascoll

Ms. Lydia Huston

Dr. Atanas V. Ignatov

Integrity Doctors

Dr. Andrew H. Isaacs (‘68)

Ittner Architects

Dr. Haruo Iwo

Dr. Joseph Jackson

Dr. Carmen Y. Jacoby (‘93)

Mr. David Jaffarian

Ms. Christina James

Dr. Jade D. James*

Jane Software Inc.

Dr. Michael W. Jarman (‘90)

Dr. Robert G. Johnson (‘62)

Ms. Leandra Johnson

Dr. Aimee Jokerst (‘97)

Dr. Steven P. Jones (‘99)

Drs. Bryan (‘01, ‘03) & Olivia Joseph (‘01, ‘03)

Dr. Jeffrey R. Kamper

Dr. Jennifer C. Kane (‘99, ‘01)

Dr. Farzana Karim

Dr. Alex P. Karpowicz (‘65)

Dr. Arthur M. Kaufer (‘89)

Dr. & Mrs. Norman W. Kettner (‘80)

Mr. Adil & Mrs. Sadia Khan

Dr. James E. Kiernan (‘83)

Dr. R. Wayne Kirchner (‘79)

Ms. Tracy Kisgen

Dr. Angela Kloss

Dr. Ronald (‘61) & Mrs. Brenda Kludo

Dr. Amy C. Koch (‘02, ‘04)

Dr. Jason R. Koch (‘98)

Dr. Mark A. Korchok (‘87)

Drs. Ansis Kozlovskis (‘67)

& Barbara Sherry-Kozlovskis

Dr. James B. Kravis (‘86)

Ms. Meira Kreuter

Dr. William H. Krueger (‘64)

Mrs. Laura R. Kuennen

Drs. D. Robert (‘86) & Mary Kathleen Kuhn (‘88)

Mrs. Nina & Mr. Dan Kult

Mr. Ferrell Kyles

Lakewood Chiropractic Clinic

Lalo Salon

Dr. Eric B. Lambert (‘98)

Dr. Joseph (‘83) & Mrs. Cindy Lane

Dr. Nicole Laska

Dr. James J. Lehman (‘72)

Benefactor, whose gifts total $1,000+ in the fiscal year

* Logan Board of Trustees

• Logan Heritage Society Member



Mr. Sol Leistner

Mr. Barry and Mrs. Dawn Leistner

Ms. Kathy Leistner

Let’s Build Hope, LLC

Dr. Alan H. Levy (‘04, ‘06)

Dr. Sandra A. Licata (‘98)

Ms. Verna Lines

Ms. Jackie Lochrie

Dr. Sarah Luderer

Dr. Darby Lyles

Mr. Michael Lynch

Ms. Victoria Lyons

Dr. Nicholas Maassen

Mrs. Cheryl L. Maestas

Dr. Marc (‘81) & Mrs. Kathryn Malon

Dr. Glenn D. Manceaux (‘84)

Ms. Vicki Maples

Dr. Stephen C. Marini*

Mrs. Garryn Marlen

Mrs. Katrina Marnin

Dr. Duane J. Marquart (‘83)

Dr. Danielle L. Marra (‘98, ‘00)

Mr. Tom Marston

Dr. Ronald Martin

Dr. Philip R. Martinez (‘90)

Mr. Dennis & Mrs. Mary Martinez

Dr. Michael L. Masucci (‘12, ‘14)

Dr. Myrna M. Mauch (‘73)

Dr. Brian & Mrs. Jean McAulay

Mr. Patrick & Mrs. Karen McAuliffe

Ms. Theresa M. McAuliffe

Dr. Terence & Mrs. Rebecca McAuliffe

Dr. Kathy McAuliffe

Mr. Timothy & Mrs. Deanna McAuliffe

Dr. Kevin L. McClain (‘92)

Ms. Tara McConkey*

Dr. Kimberly K. McCorkle (‘10, ‘12)

Dr. Clay (‘82)* & Mrs. Terry McDonald

Dr. Brian K. McIntyre (‘88)

Dr. Brendan F. McMahon (‘87)

Dr. Bradley A. McMath (‘93)

Dr. Elizabeth McQuality (‘20)


Dr. Brett M. Mehringer (‘98, ‘00)

Dr. Andrew J. Metelko (‘07, ‘09)

Ms. Laurel Miller

Ms. Pamela Miller

Dr. Steven M. Mirowitz (‘84)

Missouri Foundation for Health

Mr. Gary & Mrs. Jane Mohr

Moneta Group Charitable Foundation Moneta Group Inc.

Dr. Patrick (‘76, ‘15) & Mrs. Marti Montgomery

Ms. Rachel Murphy

Dr. Daniel W. Nekolite (‘11, ‘13)

Dr. James T. Nessing (‘82)

Ms. Nichole Nichols

Dr. Marc C. Nimchuk (‘06, ‘08)

Dr. Ronald (‘58) & Ms. Mary Nowman

Dr. Baldomero Nunez (‘88)

Dr. Steve Nutty

Dr. Paul J. O’Brien, Jr. (‘99)

Dr. Xavier Ortiz Valle

Ms. Krista Parris

Dr. Sarah Paunicka (‘20)

Dr. Ambrose S. Perduk, Jr. (‘85)

Dr. Alan R. Perestam (‘89)

Dr. Anne Peters

Dr. Bruce A. Peterson (‘86)

Dr. Huxlande Petigny (‘21)

Drs. Kristina Petrocco-Napuli (‘23) & Jason Napuli

Dr. Fred B. Phillips (‘72)

Dr. Larry E. Phipps (‘63)

Dr. David A. Picinich (‘88)

Mr. Law Pickett

Dr. Charles F. Plante (‘91)

Dr. Jack C. Pollard (‘80)

Ms. Emily Pollman

Ms. Amy Pollock

Dr. Alan R. Post (‘82)

Dr. Michael K. Powell (‘95)

Dr. Jolene Powell

Mrs. Jill Pratte

Dr. Charles D. Price (‘88)

Dr. Laura N. Price-Bourisaw (‘11, ‘13)

Primo Chalk

Dr. William D. Purser (‘53)•

Dr. Yingchuan (John) Qin

Mr. Jim Ragusa

Dr. Robert A. Ramirez (‘98)

Drs. Jose (‘07, ‘09, ‘14) & Brittany Ramirez (‘15, ‘18)

Dr. Jessica L. Randazzo (‘17)

Mrs. Emily & Mr. Craig Ratliff

Dr. Laura Rauscher

RAYUS Radiology

Reckitt Health Pain

Dr. Deshae Redden

Dr. Michael J. Reed (‘11, ‘13, ‘14)

Ms. Dani Reinken

Dr. Delilah Renegar

Drs. Cynthia A. Reynolds (‘78)

& Thomas Raymond

Dr. William A. Richards (‘59)

Dr. Daryl Ridgeway (‘97)

Dr. Jan A. Roberts (‘79)

Col. Steven Roberts* & Dr. Eva Frazier

Dr. James D. Robinson (‘21)


Mrs. Summer Baskin Rogan

Dr. Erika Evans-Roland (‘20)

& Mr. Garrett Roland

Roma M. Karp Foundation, Inc.

Mr. Greg Roman

Dr. Pedro Rosado

Dr. Jeffrey C. Rosell (‘77)

Ms. Stacia Rosen

Dr. Katherine B. Royston (‘92)

Ms. Jamie Rozansky

Ms. Jessica Russell

Dr. Seth Ryan

Dr. Claudia N. Sacco (‘10, ‘12)

Mrs. Dana Salony

Ms. Angela Sammartano

Drs. Muriel Perillat & Carl Saubert, IV

Dr. Maxmillian J. Sauer (‘21)

Dr. Shelley Sawalich

Mrs. Jessica Scarato

Ms. Eleanor J. Schaub

Mr. Roger* & Mrs. Margaret Schlueter

Dr. John M. Schneider, Jr. (‘98)

Mr. David Schneider

Dr. Robert T. Schrepel, II (‘82)

Dr. Eugene H. Schultz (‘62)

Mr. Craig Senft

Mr. Michael & Mrs. Juno Senft

Dr. Jeffrey Setter

Dr. Joel A. Shoemaker (‘87)

Dr. Eric S. Shook (‘90)

Dr. Kendra Sietsema

Dr. Steven R. Silverman (‘79)

Dr. Judy M. Silvestrone•

Ms. Catherine Sippel

Dr. Thomas L. (‘69) & Mrs. Dayna Smith

Dr. Thomas P. Smith (‘89)

Mr. David L. Smith

Ms. Laurinda G. Smith

Mr. Eric Smith

Ms. Kate Smith

Mr. Barron Smith

Dr. Scott B. Snyder (‘85)

Dr. Brian (‘83) & Mrs. Robin Snyder

Mr. Bob Snyders

Dr. Marie N. Soracco (‘85)

Spine Stop Chiropractic

Standard Process Inc.

Mr. Devon Stanfill

Dr. Nico Staples

Dr. Brandon C. Steele (‘07, ‘09)

Ms. Madison Stein

Mr. Rick* & Mrs. Malette Stevens

Benefactor, whose gifts total $1,000+ in the fiscal year

* Logan Board of Trustees • Logan Heritage Society Member


Ms. Taylor Steward

St. Louis Community Foundation

Mr. Bryan Stone

Dr. Gayle E. Stowers (‘80)

Dr. John Strazewski

Dr. Kasey L. Sudkamp

Dr. Charles (‘51) & Mrs. Mary Sugg

Dr. Leonard R. Suiter (‘77)


Mr. Jason & Mrs. Cynthia Sutton

Dr. Sharlene Swanberg

Dr. Shayla Swenson

Dr. Matthew B. Symons (‘98)

Tarlton Corporation

Dr. Michael K. Taylor (‘79)

Dr. April N. Taylor


The Doyle Group

Dr. Joanna R. Thomas (‘12, ‘14)

Dr. Scott Thorpe (‘95)

Dr. Xaivier (‘02, ‘06)* & Mrs. Christian Tipler

Dr. Eburt R. Titus (‘51)

Mr. Dean Trower

Tuck Chiropractic

Drs. Jude A. Miller (‘09, ‘11) &

Holly A. Tucker (‘09, ‘11)

Mr. Paul Tuite

Ms. Camille Tuite

Mr. Everick Turner

Dr. Dana Underkofler-Mercer (‘98, ‘10)

Dr. Joseph F. Unger (‘79)

Dr. Mary C. Unger-Boyd (‘97)

Dr. Lee & Mrs. Lisa Van Dusen

Mr. David Vass

Dr. Frank A. Vaught (‘02, ‘04)

Dr. Eugene (‘79) & Mrs. Sandra Ver Meer

Drs. David A. Vincent (‘91) & Mary Frances Bisselle

Dr. Ashley R. Vogt (‘07, ‘23)

Dr. Aaron A. Wahl (‘02, ‘04, ‘11)

Dr. Lora Walfoort

Dr. Jennifer Walpert (‘94) & Mr. Robert Walpert

Dr. Brian P. Walsh (‘99)

Mrs. Sheryl Walters

Dr. Lois E. Ward (‘63)

Ms. Melissa M. Warren (‘21)

Dr. Deborah M. Webber (‘79)

Ms. Dana Wehrli

Mr. Steven Weiner

Ms. Andrea Weise

Ms. Jennifer Wells

Ms. Joan Weston

Mr. Chris White

Dr. Michael E. Whitman (‘75)

Dr. Jane L. Wibbenmeyer (‘88)

Dr. Thomas J. Wicks (‘87)

Scholarship Donors

Thank you to the many donors who contributed to Logan University scholarships:

Activator Methods International Scholarship

Beatrice B. Hagen, DC Scholarship

Biofreeze Professional Scholarship

Brian E. Stanek, DC Memorial Scholarship

Chiro One Wellness Centers’ Scholarship

Dr. Arthur L. McAuliffe Scholarship

Dr. B. E. Doyle Scholarship

Dr. Cynthia A. Reynolds Scholarship

Dr. Eugene Mikus Scholarship

Dr. Faye Eagles Scholarship

Dr. Gordon Heuser Memorial Scholarship

Dr. Howard S. Grossman Scholarship

Dr. John J. Hobday Scholarship

Dr. John R. Howell Scholarship

Dr. Ken Leistner Memorial Scholarship

Dr. Keith A. Berger Memorial Scholarship

Dr. Lori Bents Scholarship

Dr. Muriel M. Perillat Pediatric Scholarship

Dr. Paul Cornelius Endowment Scholarship

Dr. Roy J. Hillgartner Scholarship

Dr. Steven W. Engen Memorial Scholarship

Dr. Thomas L. & Dayna L. Smith Scholarship

Dr. William M. Harris Scholarship

Foot Levelers, Inc. Scholarship

Forever Chiropractic, Forever Logan Scholarship

Founders Scholarship

Mr. R. Keith & Mrs. Nancy Wiley

Dr. Jeanetta Wilkerson

Dr. Rachelle Willcoxson

William M. Harris Family Foundation

Dr. Sheri R. Williams (‘14)

Dr. Rodney (‘00) & Mrs. Nina Williams

Dr. James Williams

Michael Wilson

Mr. John Winscott

Dr. Michael J. Wittmer (‘80)

Dr. Kurt* & Mrs. Jennifer Wood

Mr. John Wood

Dr. David Yaw

Dr. Terry R. Yochum

Ms. Traci Yoder

Ms. Christina Young

Patricia A. Young

Mrs. Megan Zacheis

Dr. Fred Zuker*

Dr. Joshua M. Zumstein (‘08, ‘10)

Benefactor, whose gifts total $1,000+ in the fiscal year

* Logan Board of Trustees

• Logan Heritage Society Member

Gail K. Flotre Annual Scholarship

Logan College of Chiropractic Alumni Association Endowed Scholarship

MASFAP Scholarship

Michigan Chiropractic Foundation Fund

Scharnhorst Scholarship

Society for the Advancement of Chiropractic Education Practice Resource Scholarship

Standard Process, Inc. Scholarship

The 100% Chiropractic Annual Scholarship

Toftness Clinical Excellence Grant

Tracey Parmentar Memorial Scholarship


Preceptor Doctors

Logan University is grateful to the following Doctors of Chiropractic who hosted student interns through the Preceptorship Program. Through preceptorships, students gain invaluable experience from doctors in a real-world setting.


Dr. Beau Beard


Dr. Terry Barnett

Dr. Tanner Coleman

Dr. Kevin Lynxwiler

Dr. Michael Miller

Dr. Jordan Travis

Dr. Jeffrey Tucker


Dr. Richard Daniels

Dr. Frank Piranio


Dr. Allison Bernardi

Dr. Ken Gagner

Dr. Ranjith Mahendranathan

Dr. Michael Mclauchlin

Dr. Kenneth Mikkelsen

Dr. Paul Mutti

Dr. Brandon Purdy


Dr. Jacqueline Berens

Dr. Shawn Caldwell

Dr. Seth Chamberlain

Dr. Shannon Hurley

Dr. Jim Kambeitz

Dr. Joseph McMahon

Dr. John Minen

Dr. Dennis Nikitow

Dr. Jesse Riley

Dr. Sergio Rocafort

Dr. Krista Schuck

Dr. Randy Snyder

Dr. David Solecki

Dr. Jonathan Weimer


Dr. Mead Kaelyn FLORIDA

Dr. William Barnes

Dr. Spencer Baron

Dr. Josh Bell

Dr. Kevin Christie

Dr. John Davis

Dr. Savannah Ford

Dr. Nate Gindele

Dr. Yunia Gonzalez

Dr. Theresa Hartley

Dr. Patricia Jimenez Baralt

Dr. Samuel Meyers

Dr. Todd Narson

Dr. Jason Rabinowitz

Dr. Pedro Rosado

Dr. Raul Serrano

Dr. Frank Sessa

Dr. Jesse Suess

Dr. Scott Weiland

Dr. Connor Wolfe


Dr. Jeff Christensen

Dr. Tara Finkstein

Dr. Paul Peters

Dr. Aaron Rickelman

Dr. Thomas Wicks


Dr. Joshua Berger

Dr. Justin Boyce

Dr. Brandon Bruening

Dr. Shanie Cahill

Dr. Jenna Dallman

Dr. Michael Drzewiecki

Dr. Alex Guebert

Dr. Justin Hammel

Dr. Douglas Krebs

Dr. Emily Kruse

Dr. Arthur Langston

Dr. Michael McAuliffe

Dr. Gail Meese

Dr. Jim Nugent

Dr. Charles Portwood

Dr. Robert Rice

Dr. Chris Robinson

Dr. Aaron Roby

Dr. Clay Roby

Dr. Kari Schmidt

Dr. Kelly Stanfield

Dr. Bric Steward

Dr. Kristen Sweat

Dr. Frank Vaught

Dr. Sam Wang

Dr. Sean Wlker

Dr. Stuart Yoss


Dr. Dwayne Ackerman

Dr. Stanton Couch

Dr. Oakland Gaerke

Dr. Chris Gilkey

Dr. Ross Hartings

Dr. Mark Heal

Dr. Richard Hilton

Dr. Wayne Hogenson

Dr. Hillary Hushower

Dr. Raymond Jennings

Dr. Michael Jobe

Dr. Lydia Mundy

Dr. Robert Newhalfen

Dr. James Roshel

Dr. Josh Seiler

Dr. Richard Snider

Dr. Kevin Storm

Dr. Brandon Wallpe

Dr. Brian Watters

Dr. Michael Jobe


Dr. Michael Allison

Dr. Matthew Lane


Dr. William Eriksen

Dr. Colin Fultz

Dr. Steven Jones

Dr. Marina McCay

Dr. Kyle Phaup

Dr. Grant Watkins


Dr. Ashley Domec


Dr. Thomas Johnson

Dr. Jeffery Kalkstein

Dr. Warren Kalkstein

Dr. Douglas Sims

Dr. Sheldon Stuckart


Dr. Thomas Augat

Dr. Stuart Cayer


Dr. Louis Boven

Dr. RJ Burr

Dr. Sean Groves

Dr. Laura Hemgren

Dr. Mitchel Israel

Dr. Ken McCauley

Dr. Kayla Ranger-Dean

Dr. Brian Scolari

Dr. Reggie Sehgal

Dr. Matt Ziesmer


Dr. Todd Anderson

Dr. Jasmine Hanson


Dr. Devon Ackroyd

Dr. Mahir Awwad

Dr. Steven Baca

Dr. Elizabeth Bagley

Dr. Nick Barnes

Dr. Patrick Battaglia

Dr. Patrick Boylan

Dr. Shawn Bradley

Dr. Jason Brame

Dr. Ryan Brinker

Dr. Casey Brooks

Casey McCloskey (left) and Dr. Ted Valley (right) with Anodyne Pain & Wellness Solutions team members Dr. Gail Meese (left) and Katie Russell at Advantage Family Chiropractic

Dr. Joshua Browning

Dr. Ashley Brunges

Dr. Kristina Clay

Dr. Candice Coffey

Dr. Elizabeth Crumbaugh

Dr. Selam Deutschmann

Dr. Nicholas Divan

Dr. Chad Doles

Dr. Brennan Donahue

Dr. Catherine Dowd

Dr. Leighton Duerksen

Dr. Patricia Estrada

Dr. Erika Evans

Dr. Edgar Everett

Dr. Patrick Feder

Dr. Ralph Filson

Dr. Michael Gerdine

Dr. John Groerich

Dr. Kris Hammond

Dr. Allison Harvey

Dr. Connie Hayes

Dr. Benjamin Hendrix

Dr. Lauren Hendrix

Dr. Mark Hewitt

Dr. Ryan Hewkin

Dr. Meagan Hinzman

Dr. Joe Hollingsworth

Dr. Aaron Holman

Dr. Amy Horn

Dr. Scott Huff

Dr. Paul Hyland

Dr. Edward Johnnie

Dr. Kelly Kadolph

Dr. Tony Katakis

Dr. Curt Kippenberger

Dr. Emily Kliethermes

Dr. Amy Koch

Dr. Kelsey Lewis

Dr. Christina Lynch

Dr. Jeremy Maxwell


Dr. Brittany Kasprack

Dr. James Ryan Miller

Dr. Ryan Miller


Dr. Casey Flickinger


Dr. Michael Krasnov


Dr. Allen Hager

Dr. Kevin Paape


Dr. Jacob Fisk

Dr. David Light


Dr. Lynette Mayfield

Dr. Jennifer McCleary

Dr. Sonia McGowin

Dr. Alanna McNelly

Dr. John Moore

Dr. Michael Murphy

Dr. Jason Napuli

Dr. Matt Nicholson

Dr. Mero Nunez

Dr. Delia Overschmidt

Dr. Amanda Owens

Dr. Sarah Jane Pavlik

Dr. Krystal Phillips

Dr. Jesse Politowski

Dr. Jerod Posey

Dr. Marsha Prada

Dr. Taylor Premer

Dr. Andrew Rackovan

Dr. Brian Rasch

Dr. Kelsie Rasor Huddleston

Dr. Leslie Reece

Dr. Jeffrey Rutherford

Dr. Steve Schoenherr

Dr. Brian Stevens

Dr. Tim Sullivan

Dr. Michael Thompson

Dr. kristy Thomson

Dr. Xaivier Tipler

Dr. Ted Valley

Dr. Jared Van Anne

Dr. Ashley Vogt

Dr. Justin White

Dr. TJ Williams

Dr. Brett Winchester

Dr. Christina Woodle

Dr. Alan Banazinski

Dr. Samantha Dobsch

Dr. Danielle Fishel

Dr. Josh Greenwell

Dr. Brandon Johns


Dr. Jessica Allen

Dr. Linzie Crute

Dr. Daniel Duffy, Jr.

Dr. Todd Elwert

Dr. Jeffrey Fedorko

Dr. Debbie Hamilton

Dr. Krystal Huber

Dr. Lana Johnson

Dr. Daniel Leonard

Dr. Adam Mack

Dr. Kevin Reilly

Dr. Nicholas Rolhfs

Dr. Robert Trager

Dr. David Vascura

Dr. Justin Vinson


Dr. Casey Flickinger

Dr. Donald Peters

Dr. Neil Thomas


Dr. Michael Herb

Dr. John Richardson

Dr. Joseph Shepro


Dr. Joe Baker

Dr. John Farabaugh

Dr. William Tellin


Dr. Chris Garner

Dr. Clay Gasparovich

Dr. Brad Gorski

Dr. Nina Kennedy

Dr. Michael Nelson

Dr. Jennifer Perdue

Dr. Thomas Stetson


Dr. Scott Mullenmiester

Dr. Nicole Barton

Dr. Jeremy Bills

Dr. Jeffrey Carr

Dr. Ross Clark

Dr. Richard Hathcock

Dr. Ben Johnson

Dr. Derek Leist

Dr. Anthony Linza

Dr. Brittney McGetrick

Dr. Travis Morgan

Dr. Jason Powers

Dr. Chad Rush

Dr. Jay Schroder

Dr. Kenneth Stohr

Dr. Rodney Wachter

Dr. Michael Wenstrup


Dr. Demetrius Anderson

Dr. Laura Bates

Dr. Michael Carr

Dr. Angelo Marinakis

Dr. James Parker

Dr. David Waller

Dr. Landon Webster

Dr. Mazen Zaibak


Dr. Corey Bowden

Dr. Louis Carr

Dr. Ira Crawford

Dr. James Parker

Dr. Justin Traveller


Dr. Frank Pugh


Dr. Forrest Hartford

Dr. James Kurtz

Dr. Adam Phaneuf

Dr. Maia Veague


Dr. Jesse Easley

Dr. Chris Krueger

Dr. Stephen Lemmons

Dr. Andrew McGuire

Dr. Taylor Poehls

Dr. Mitchell Sutton

Dr. Alanna McNelly (left) of The Joint Chiropractic and Krislyn Dawkins Dr. Seth Hudson (left) and Maggie Farmer Sawyer (right) with a patient at Hudson Chiropractic Dr. Tara Finkstein (left) and Parker Schenk at Titan Chiropractic & Sports Performance


Admission Referrals

Student referrals are key to Logan’s continued growth, and we are deeply grateful to all alumni, faculty, staff, students and friends who have referred students in the past year to Logan in both the College of Chiropractic and College of Health Sciences. Additional referrals can be made via Admissions@Logan.edu. Thank you for your trust as we educate the health care leaders of tomorrow.

Shane Acey

Marcus Alvarado

Leesha Andereck

Tai Austin

Alexia Baader

Emily Baine

Yazen Bakhrebah

Shane Bates

Erik Batt

Kevin Baum

Zach Becker

Scott Bird

Ed Black

Luke Bloomberg

Christe Boen

Kyle Bowers

Jeremy Boyce

Kellianne Boyer

Kristina Brazier

Ryan Brinker

Jordan Burns

Damien Busold

Kevin Camacho

Robbie Capehart

Gunnar Carlson

Joe Carr

Shelby Carroll

Helaman Castillo

Michelle Chick

Heather Cluck

Kaylen Conley

Cassondra Connolly

Aaron Cook

Scott Cook

Keelan Cooksie

Joshua Coon

Zuleika Cordero

Jessica Cote-Gellar

Heather Covey

JR Crabtree

Richard Cranwell

Jaclyn Crowder

Anthony Cruz

Ben Cullison

Brooke Currt

Daniel Dail

Dauson Dales

Samantha Davenport

Georgia Dawson

Ty Dennis

Jenelle Devenney

Molly Diehl

David Dishazi

Darcie Duncan

Alex Dwan

Nate Elmore

Jonathan Emlet

Katherine Emrich

Justin Evans

Stephanie Farnsworth

Brett Farr

Jeffery Fedorko

Sophia Finder

Paul Follett

Hunter Fredrick

Richard Fritschle

Rob Gattman

Alexa Gengelbach

Melissa Georgevitch

Caleb Gerber

Chase Gibson

Amanda Gowin

Seth Graham

Thomas Green

Ethan Harbert

Michael Harbison

Michelle Harkins

Mike Hartmann

Joshua Haydel

Debbie Henke

Bryan Henslin

Sonia Hester

Morgan Hickman

Daryl Hightower

Daryle Hightower

Bruce Hoffman

Wilmer Hoisington

Althea Honan

Joshua Horn

Lauren Hunt

Ryan Jackson

Luke Johnson

Tony Katakis

Virginia Kessinger

Timothy Keyes

Aaron King

David Kirsch

Katie Klein

Zachary Knowlton

Kensa Koeppen

Nick Kuhl

Joesph and Katie Kula

Darren Lam

Nick Lappen

Kirsten Leapley

Eddy Lee

Luke Lightner

Ryan Loucks

Jeffrey Lowes

Bridget Lybarger

Michael Lynch

Mallory Makeever

Glenn Manceaux

Katrina Marnin

Caroline Marra

Eric Marsili

Brock Martin

Jason Martinez

Brandon McClelland

Kris McClusky

Ian McIntosh

Eric McMahon

Kurt Mechelke

Robert Medlin

Nathan Merhaut

Victor Mesa

Lisa Misiak

Tia Molinarro

Anthony Monnin

Sarah Moore

Joann Moulton

Cindy Munson

Michael Murphy

Bobby Myers

Megan Neuhart

Matt Nicholson

Brian Nook

Erik Ojeda

Nathan Oliveira

Pablo Orozco

Merianny Perez

Tia Person

Tiara Person

Larry Phipps

Taylor Premer

Laura Rauschur

Megan Recillas

Sarah Renshaw LaBrot

Renee Rheinecker-Anderson

Sharon Rice-Brown

Tyler Ridley

Ty Riecker

Jan Roberts

Christian Rosevear

Daniel Rovin

Parker Rowton

Andy Ruiz Collazo

Jonathan Saigh

Charlie Schuster

Kyle Shunkwiler

Jason Smith

Gene Spilker

Nathan Stevens

Dawn Stoll

Rebecca Street

Tori Striebel

Melissa Tancredi

Justin Taylor

Alondra Terrasacintron

Andrea Thayer

David Thayer

Christe Thomas

Craig Tiburzi

Xaivier Tipler

Jacob Turner

Bryan Vandervort

David Vascura

Dr. Alex Vidan

Dr. Kylene Volz

Geoff Walburn

Tanner Wedding

Sam Wegert

Matthew Weirsma

Emily Welch

Dianna Welty

Curtis Wildes

Randy Wilkie

Stephen Wilks

Lauren Wright

Shelby Zackaroff

Jennifer Zuercher


Board of Trustees and President’s Cabinet


Donald S. Altman, DDS, DHSc, EdD Chair of the Board

Christine Goertz, DC, PhD Vice Chair of the Board


Kathy A. Boulet, DC (’89), DABCA, FICC

Paul D. Eberline, DC (’79)

Amy Gill

Jade Dominique James, MD, MPH

Stephen C. Marini, DC, PhD

Tara C. McConkey, CFA

Roger L. Schlueter

Rick L. Stevens, FACHE

Xaivier Tipler, DC (’06)

Sam Wang, DC

Kurt W. Wood, DC


Patrick A. Ivey, PhD

Karen R. Manitsas, DHPE, MS, MPA, PA-C


Steven C. Roberts, JD, LLM


Theresa Fleck, EdD, CFRE, CAE, CNP Vice President for Institutional Advancement and Admissions

Adil Khan, MBA, CPA, CSBO Chief Financial Officer; Vice President of Administrative Services

Brian McAulay, DC, PhD Provost

Clay McDonald, DC (’82), MBA, JD President

Nichole Nichols, MA, PHR Vice President of Human Resources

Steven C. Roberts Roger L. Schlueter Rick L. Stevens Dr. Xaivier Tipler Dr. Sam Wang Dr. Kurt W. Wood Dr. Donald S. Altman Dr. Kathy A. Boulet Dr. Christine Goertz Amy Gill Dr. Theresa Fleck Dr. Paul D. Eberline Dr. Patrick A. Ivey Dr. Karen R. Manitsas Adil Khan Dr. Jade Dominique James Tara C. McConkey Dr. Clay McDonald Dr. Brian McAulay Nichole Nichols Dr. Stephen C. Marini

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