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									ALUMNI NEWS DIGEST                                                         MARCH/APRIL 2009
Homecoming Edition

Logan Homecoming
Continuing Education & Class Reunions
June 10-14, 2009

Balanced Living and Wellness for Practice and Life

                           It’s time for Homecoming! The following insert
                           includes the schedule of events, information on our
GOLF TOURNAMENT       13   speakers, registration forms and more. Exciting events
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS    14   are scheduled, including the unveiling of our new
FEATURED SPEAKERS     16   Alumni Association Wall on Logan’s campus. We
REGISTRATION FORM     18   hope you will join us for this exciting event!
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It’s time to come together for the...
Logan College Alumni Association Homecoming 2009
Accommodations                                                Airport Transportation                         Registration

The Chesterfield Doubletree Hotel &                           Transportation from the St. Louis Lambert      Early-bird registrations must be
Conference Center is conveniently                             International Airport is available through     postmarked no later than June 1.
located near Logan College’s campus just                      the Chesterfield Doubletree Hotel at a
off Highway 40/I-64 in Chesterfield,                          rate of $25 per person each way.               A $35 service fee will be charged on all
Missouri.                                                     Reservations are required. Please contact      cancellations made on or before June 1.
                                                              the hotel directly at (636) 532-5000 to        No refunds on cancellations received
Chesterfield Doubletree Hotel &                               schedule the shuttle time after your airline   after June 1.
Conference Center                                             arrangements have been made.
16625 Swingley Ridge Road                                                                                    Logan College will not complete
Chesterfield, Missouri 63017                                  Hotel Parking                                  continuing education certification until
                                                                                                             registration fees are paid in full. Logan
Make reservations by calling                                  On-site parking at the Doubletree Hotel        Homecoming does not offer a per-day or
800-222-TREE (8733). To reserve                               is complimentary.                              per-class fee. Registrations are not
online, please go to the link provided                                                                       transferable. Admission to events is by
and follow the prompts:                                       Class Reunions                                 name badge. Certain social events will
http://doubletree.hilton.com/en/dt/groups/                                                                   require you to present a ticket.
                                                              Key contact persons are needed for
                                                              reunion classes. If your graduation year       The Web site will contain a complete
                                                              ends in 4 or 9 and you would like to help      schedule of events, exhibitor information,
The group rate for the Logan Alumni                           encourage your classmates to attend            registration forms and more. Visit the
Homecoming is $89 per night (single or                        Homecoming 2009, please contact the            Alumni Association online at
double). Please note that hotel room rates                    Alumni Office at (800) 782-3344 x 1792         www.logan.edu.
are subject to applicable state and local                     or (636) 227-2100 x 1792.
taxes in effect at the time of check-out.                                                                    Exhibitors
                                                              Auxiliary Silent Auction
The deadline for making hotel
                                                                                                             Visit our exhibitors on Friday and
reservations is May 18. Reservations                          The Logan Auxiliary is looking for items       Saturday. A complete listing and schedule
made after that date will be accepted on                      for the Saturday, June 13 silent auction.      will be available at registration.
a space-available basis. Rates after this                     Please mail your donated items to:
date are subject to change at the                                                                            Special Events
hotel’s discretion.                                           Logan Alumni Association
                                                              Silent Auction                                 Logan College will sponsor a Career
Daycare                                                       1851 Schoettler Road                           Expo on Thursday morning in the
                                                              Chesterfield, MO 63017                         Pisciottano Lobby of the Purser Center
The Chesterfield Doubletree Hotel &
                                                                                                             to connect employment seekers with job
Conference Center offers on-site daycare                      You may also donate funds for the auction      opportunities, no fee to attend. If you
at a rate of $5 every two hours per family                    on the registration form, which can be         are an employer and would like to secure
(no matter how many children). Thursday                       found on page 18.                              a booth, please contact Linda Kenny
and Friday the daycare is available from 8
                                                                                                             at (800) 782-3344, Ext. 1813 or
a.m. until 3 p.m. and then 5 p.m. until 8                     Seminars
                                                                                                             Linda.kenny@logan.edu. Booth fee is $50.
p.m. On Saturday, the daycare is available
from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. If Saturday evening                     The golf tournament will be held at the
                                                                                                             Don’t forget to join the college for the
childcare is required, the hotel will                         Missouri Bluffs Golf Club on Wednesday
                                                                                                             unveiling of the new Alumni Wall directly
provide accommodations. Please contact                        afternoon, June 10 and will include an
                                                                                                             across from the Standard Process® Student
the hotel no later than May 18 to reserve                     on-the-course seminar featuring
                                                                                                             Center on Thursday at 5 p.m. with an
a slot for the Saturday evening event.                        Dr. Michael Murphy.
                                                                                                             outdoor reception to follow.
                                                              All Thursday seminars will be held on
Children’s Program                                                                                           Are you an NCMIC Policy Holder?
                                                              Logan College’s campus.
                                                                                                             Attend the four-hour program on
Bring the kids and join us on Logan’s                         All seminars Friday through Sunday             Saturday afternoon and then the
campus on Thursday, June 11 for the                           will be held at the Chesterfield               continuation on Sunday morning to
evening event. Entertainment, strolling                       Doubletree Hotel & Conference Center           receive a 5 percent discount for three
magician, face painter and so much more                       located minutes from Logan College             years on the renewal of your malpractice
will be on hand. It’s guaranteed to be lots                   of Chiropractic’s campus in                    insurance premium.
of fun for the whole family!                                  Chesterfield, Missouri.
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Gather your teammates and tee off the Homecoming festivities with an afternoon at the Missouri Bluffs Golf Club on
Wednesday, June 10 for fun, camaraderie, fellowship, and did we mention continuing education credit? During the
tournament, you will hear from Dr. Michael Murphy about the biomechanics of golf.
Transportation to/from the golf course will be the responsibility of each player.

                Annual Student/Alumni Golf Tournament
When                                                                                                               Foursomes
Wednesday, June 10, 2009                                                                                           Sign up as singles or as a foursome.
                                                                                                                   We will make every effort to
Where                                                                                                              accommodate your request.
The Missouri Bluffs Golf Club
18 Research Park Circle                                                                                            Sponsorships
St. Charles, MO 63304                                                                                              Promote your business. Show your
Phone: 636-939-6494                                                                                                spirit for Logan College and the golf
www.mobluffs.com                                                                                                   tournament. Sponsor a hole for $200
                                                                                                                   or sponsor a hole and play for $325.
Going west on Highway 40/I-64, exit                      Schedule
                                                                                                                   Signage at the hole will be provided.
at Research Park Circle and turn right.                  Registration: 1 p.m.
Turn right onto overpass, crossing over                  Starting Time: 1:30 p.m.                                  Mulligans
Highway 40/I-64. Missouri Bluffs is 0.2                  During your round of golf, you’ll meet                    Alumni: $10
miles on the left.                                       with Dr. Michael Murphy to learn                          Student: $5
                                                         about the Biomechanics of Golf (and                       Maximum: 2 per person
Going east on Highway 40/I-64, exit at                   receive four hours of continuing
Highway 94. At traffic light where the exit              education credit).                                        Late Lunch
ramp intersects Highway 94, turn left then                                                                         Included with registration
immediately right into the Missouri Research             Golf Fees
Park entrance. Follow signs to the Missouri              Student: $75                                              Prizes
Bluffs Golf Course.                                      Alumni: $125                                              First Place, Second Place
                                                         Sponsorship: $200                                         and Third Place per flight
                                                         Sponsorship plus Play: $325

             Alcoholic beverages are not provided in registration fee. No outside beverages may be brought on course but will be available for purchase.

LOGAN COLLEGE ANNUAL STUDENT/ALUMNI GOLF TOURNAMENT                                                                                 R E G I S T R AT I O N F O R M

Name                                                                                             Phone                                            Grad Date/Trimester



Golf Fees:           Student $75            Alumni $125              Sponsorship $200             Sponsorship Plus Play $325

Mulligans:       Alumni:     Quantity ____ x $10 = $_____ (Maximum 2/person)                                         Alumni Total Amount Due $

                 Student:    Quantity ____ x $ 5 = $_____ (Maximum 2/person)                                         Student Total Amount Due $

Payment – (Checks should be made payable to Logan Alumni Association)                 Cash        Check        Amex         MasterCard          Visa       Discover

Credit Card Number                                          Expiration Date (Month/Year)      Signature

                                            Mail Early to Ensure Entry!            Limited Number of Entrants.
                     Please complete and mail to: Logan College Alumni Association, P Box 1065, Chesterfield, MO 63006-1065

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Events & Continuing Education                                                                                       8:30 to 11:30 a.m.
                                                                                                                    Dr. Claudia Anrig, “Raising
                                                                                                                    Wellness Families”
Wednesday, June 10                           Dr. Dennis Nikitow,                  11:00 a.m.
                                                                                                                    9:15 to 9:45 a.m.
Located at Missouri Bluffs                   “The Secrets Behind                  Alumni Association
                                             a High Retention Family              Business Meeting                  Refreshment Break/
Golf Course                                                                                                         Attendance Prize Drawings
                                             Wellness Practice”                   • Slate of Officers and
Annual Student/Alumni Golf                                                          Directors Presented
                                             2:30 to 3:00 p.m.                                                      11:45 a.m.
Tournament at the Missouri                                                        • STAR Voting
                                             Refreshment Break                                                      Alumni Association Business
Bluffs Golf Club                                                                                                    Meeting and Elections
                                                                                  11:30 a.m.
1:00 p.m.                                    5:00 p.m.                            President George A.
Sign-in at Missouri Bluffs                   Alumni Wall Unveiling                                                  11:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m.
                                                                                  Goodman, DC, FICC:
1:30 p.m.                                                                                                           Independent Lunch
                                                                                  State-of-the-College Address
Starting Time                                5:15 p.m.                            • Luncheon/Scholarships/          12:45 to 3:45 p.m.
Dr. Michael Murphy,                          Family Friendly                        Awards                          Ms. Shirley Stoll, Meditation
“The Biomechanics of Golf”                   Outdoor Reception
                                                                                  1:45 to 4:45 p.m.                 to Wellness
                                             Enjoy good food and
7:00 p.m.                                                                         Dr. Mary Beth Larsen,
                                             entertainment. Bring the kids                                          12:45 to 4:45 p.m.
Alumni Association Board                                                          “Adrenal Health and the
                                             so they can have their faces                                           Mr. Steve Dingus, “Red Cross
of Directors Meeting                                                              Chiropractic Patient” sponsored
                                             painted, bounce around in an                                           CPR/AED Course”
at Chesterfield Doubletree                                                        by Standard Process®
                                             inflatable house, watch the                                            Advanced Registration is
Hotel & Conference Center
                                             strolling magician do his tricks,    Ms. Patricia C. Jones,            required. Class size is limited.
                                             have balloons made of their          “Balanced Living –
Thursday, June 11                            favorite characters, or even have    A Four-Part Approach”             Dr. Mario Fucinari, “Physical
                                             their pictures made by a character                                     Assessment, Diagnosis, and
Located at Logan College of
                                             artist. Don’t forget to check out    3:00 to 3:30 p.m.                 Rehabilitation”
Chiropractic’s Campus
                                             the Corvette Car Show going          Refreshment Break
                                                                                                                    Sponsored by NCMIC
7:00 a.m.                                    on at the same time!
                                                                                  5:00 p.m.                         If you’re an NCMIC Policy
Homecoming Registration                                                           • Individual Class Reunion        Holder, by attending both the
and Packet Pick up at                                                               Get-togethers                   four hours today and four hours
Logan College                                Friday, June 12
                                                                                  • Individual Student              on Sunday, NCMIC will provide
                                             Located at Chesterfield
                                                                                    Organization Receptions         you with a 5 percent discount for
7:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.                      Doubletree Hotel &
                                                                                  • Independent Dinner              three years on renewal of your
Career Development Center                    Conference Center
                                                                                                                    malpractice insurance premium.
Career Expo                                                                       6:00 p.m.
                                             7:00 a.m. to 6 p.m.                  50th-Plus Class                   2:30 to 3 p.m.
7:45 to 11:45 a.m.                           Vendor Exhibits                      Reunion Dinner                    Refreshment Break/
Dr. Lisa Bloom, “The Role
                                             7:00 a.m.                                                              Attendance Prize Drawings
of Chiropractic in Wellness:
A Scientific Perspective”                    Registration and Packet              Saturday, June 13                 5:30 p.m.
sponsored by Footlevelers                    Pick up at the Chesterfield
                                                                                  Located at Chesterfield           Exhibitor Display Breakdown
                                             Doubletree Hotel
9:30 to 10:00 a.m.                                                                Doubletree Hotel &
                                             & Conference Center                                                    6:30 p.m.
Refreshment Break                                                                 Conference Center
                                                                                                                    Pre-Dinner Cocktails
                                             7:45 to 10:45 a.m.
11:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m.                                                          7:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
                                             Dr. Howard Loomis,                                                     7:00 p.m.
Independent Lunch                                                                 Exhibitor Displays
                                             “Structure and Function:                                               • Dinner, Comedian, and
                                             The 1st and 2nd Factors              7:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.              Dancing
12:00 to 6:00 p.m.                           in Chiropractic” sponsored           Registration and Packet           • Silent Auction
Exhibitor Set-up at the                      by Loomis Institute of               Pick up at the Chesterfield       • Candlelight Ceremony and
Doubletree Hotel                             Enzyme Nutrition                     Doubletree Hotel                    Swearing in of New Alumni
12:45 to 4:45 p.m.                                                                & Conference Center                 Association Board of
                                             Dr. Bill Austin, “Facilitate
Dr. Loren Marks, “Adrenal                                                                                             Directors and Officers
                                             Healing Secrets of an English        7:30 to 11:30 a.m.
Physiology and the Stress                    Bonesetter-Neck and Upper            Dr. Gary Guebert,
Response”                                    Extremity”                           “Neuroimaging for
                                                                                  Chiropractors”                    Sunday, June 14
                                             9:00 to 9:30 a.m.                    Dr. Gary Casper, “Traumatic       Continue on next page
                                             Refreshment Break                    Pediatric Skeletal Radiology”
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                                        L O G A N C O L L E G E A L U M N I A S S O C I AT I O N                              MEMBERSHIP FORM
                                        January 1 – December 31, 2009
Sunday, June 14
Located at Chesterfield Doubletree
Hotel & Conference Center               Please Join Today!
7:30 to 11:30 a.m.
Drs. Bill Austin and Sean               Your invaluable support
McCaffrey, “Facilitate Healing:         makes a difference!
Secrets of an English Bonesetter-
Low Back and Lower Extremity”           (If membership information has not changed, please feel free to submit name & graduation date only.)

Dr. Mario Fucinari, “Physical
Assessment, Diagnosis, and               Last Name                                                  First Name
Rehabilitation” (continuation)
Sponsored by NCMIC                       Middle Name                                                Maiden Name (if applicable)
If you’re an NCMIC Policy Holder,
by attending both the four hours         Address
today and the four hours on
Saturday, NCMIC will provide you         City/State/Zip
with a 5 percent discount for three
years on renewal of your malpractice
                                         Phone                                                      Fax
insurance premium.

8:00 a.m.                                Email Address                                              Grad Date
Alumni Association Board
of Directors Meeting                    Membership Levels
9:15 to 9:45 a.m.                       Please check applicable category:              Renewal        New Member            Reinstatement
Refreshment Break
                                              $3,000 – Lifetime Membership (choose payment option)
                                                    One time, $3,000 payment option                                                  $
                                                    3-Step payment option (credit card only)                                          $
Auxiliary                                           $1,000 due with this application. Balance due in 2 payments. Circle 2 months
                                                    listed below. For each circled month, your credit card will be billed for $1,000.
Schedule                                                  Mar/09    Apr/09    May/09      Jun/09     Jul/09
                                                          Aug/09    Sep/09    Oct/09      Nov/09     Dec/09
Thursday, June 11
                                              $150 – Annual Full Dues Paid Membership                                                $
5:00 p.m.
                                              (Graduates of 8/2007 or Prior)
Barbecue, Entertainment
and Children’s Program                        $100 – Second-Year Dues Paid Membership                                                $
Logan College’s Campus                        (Graduates of 12/2007, 4/2008 or 8/2008)

                                              $75 – Retired Dues Paid Membership                                                     $
Friday, June 12                               (Must be 65 years of age or older, practice no more than 15 hours/week,
10:00 a.m.                                    and maintained Alumni Association membership minimum of 10 years
Business Meeting                              – not necessarily continuously.)
Doubletree Hotel                              Complimentary First-Year Membership
                                              (Graduates of 12/2008, 4/2009 and 8/2009)
Saturday, June 13                             Automatic Enrollment
6:30 p.m.                                     Add $20 to help sponsor a graduate.                                                    $
Pre-Dinner Cocktails
                                              TOTAL AMOUNT DUE                                                                       $
Doubletree Hotel
                                        Payment – (Checks should be made payable to Logan Alumni Association)
Saturday, June 13
                                             Cash           Check        Amex          MasterCard         Visa        Discover
7:00 p.m.
Dinner Dance and Silent Auction
Doubletree Hotel                        Credit Card Number                                                Expiration Date (Month/Year)


                                       Please complete and mail to: Logan Alumni Association, P Box 1065, Chesterfield, MO 63006-1065

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                                                                                                                 patient visits per week) use his proven
Distinguished Presenters                                                                                         communication strategies, posters,
                                                                                                                 pamphlets and tapes to reposition the
George A. Goodman, DC, FICC                                   Sciences Department of New York                    public’s perception of chiropractic from a
President, Logan College of Chiropractic,                     Chiropractic College                               back-pain therapy to an essential part of
1993-present • Fellow in the International                                                                       their health care team • Programs focus on
                                                              Loren Marks, DC, DACBN                             highly effective, step-by-step procedures
College of Chiropractors • Former Vice
President of Chiropractic Affairs and faculty                 Chiropractor and board certified clinical          and communication strategies that create
member, Logan College • 20 years of                           nutritionist (DACBN) • In clinical practice        high-retention, family wellness practices •
experience in private practice • Doctor of                    since 1984 in New York City • Has treated          Received numerous awards including
Chiropractic degree, Logan College • One                      many well-known celebrities and dignitaries        chiropractor of the year two times • Claims
of five U.S. chiropractic physicians to have                  from the chiropractic profession • Patients        his greatest accomplishment is his marriage
served on the Oversight Advisory                              have traveled to his practice from across the      to wife Sandi and their six children
Committee for the U.S. Department of                          United States in search of his care to attain
                                                              wellness • One of the few chiropractors who        Howard F. Loomis Jr., DC, FIACA
Defense Chiropractic Demonstration
Program • Past Vice President of the                          have received referrals from Johns Hopkins         1967 graduate of Logan College of
Council on Chiropractic Education • Past                      University Hospital, gastroenterology              Chiropractic • Currently a member of the
President, Association of Chiropractic                        division for his skill set in integrative health   postgraduate faculty at Logan, teaching the
Colleges • Serves on several St. Louis-                       care • Founder and developer of Integrative        Internal Health Specialist Program •
based, not-for-profit boards of directors •                   Assessment Technique (IAT), an assessment          Lectured extensively around the world
Past President and Vice President of the                      methodology that encompasses the                   since 1985 • Focus of life’s work has been
Commission on Accreditation of the                            structural, emotional and biochemical              teaching practitioners to understand the
Council on Chiropractic Education                             aspects of who we are. “IAT raises the bar in      relationship between structure and function
                                                              integrative care, broadening the scope of the      and how to identify viscero-somatic causes
Michael Murphy, BHK (Hons.), DC                               doctor of chiropractic to reach more people        that are perpetuating structure problems
Began his studies at the University of                        and effectively lead them toward a true
                                                              model of wellness” • Just completed a                                         ,
                                                                                                                 William M. Austin, DC, CCSP ACRB-1
Windsor, where he received a degree in
Human Kinetics with Honors • Medalist                         chapter on chiropractic and                        Health care provider for 40-plus years •
at the collegiate National Track and Field                    gastroenterology for the upcoming book             Career includes collegiate athletic training,
Championships • Played minor and junior                       series by Dr. Andrew Weil and Dr. Gerard           emergency medicine, English Bonesetting
hockey in Ontario • Graduated from Logan                      Mullin on integrative gastroenterology •           and chiropractic • Dynamic speaker with
in 1995 and was the recipient of the Award                    Co-authored a chapter with Dr. Gerard              more than 3,500 presentation hours at post-
of Excellence in Chiropractic Science and                     Mullin on alternative management in                graduate seminars, chiropractic colleges and
Applied Science Division • Multidiscipline                    Arachnoiditis, a neurology textbook by             state and international conferences •
practice with a sports emphasis • Teaches                     Dr. Aldrete • Taught courses in clinical           Published nine peer-reviewed research
sports injury management for the                              nutrition for the past 17 years around the         papers, and has extensive experience in the
postgraduate department at Logan                              United States • Chief of nutrition at Dr.          fields of biomechanics, orthotic therapy,
                                                              Pisciottano’s pro- adjuster company •              non-surgical spinal decompression therapy
Lisa K. Bloom, DC, DACS, DIBCN                                Specialty includes adrenal physiology and          and structural rehabilitation • Cum laude
Earned diplomates from the International                      the stress response, essential fatty acids and     graduate of Logan College of Chiropractic
Board of Chiropractic Neurology and in                        the inflammatory cascade as well as                and certified in sports chiropractic and
Applied Chiropractic Sciences • Certified in                  gastrointestinal disorders                         rehabilitation • Developed successful
Applied Kinesiology • Popular lecturer and                                                                       practices in Connecticut and Arizona
                                                              Dennis Nikitow, DC                                 before serving as the Director of
featured speaker at conferences in 35 US
states • Invited speaker to many                              Practiced chiropractic for 29-plus years in        Professional Education at Foot Levelers,
chiropractic colleges, both nationally and                    one of the largest cash practices in the           Inc. from 1994 – 2006 • Presently with the
internationally • Lectured on topics in                       country • Founder of the original Cash             Allsports Physical Medicine Center, an
neurology in the UK, Canada and                               Practice Seminar, the Ultimate Certainty           MD/DC practice in Rocky Mount, Va., and
Netherlands • Multiple winner of the                          Seminar and Certainty Practice Products •          the Spinal Care Center in Roanoke, Va.
Faculty Excellence and Pride in Chiropractic                  One of the most sought-after teachers in
                                                              the chiropractic profession, teaching for not      Mary Beth Larsen, DC
Awards • Served on the National Board of
Chiropractic Examiners Test Committee                         only chiropractic colleges and associations,       December 2001 Logan College of
from 1999-2007 • Examiner and lecturer                        but for the most prominent practice                Chiropractic graduate • Currently the
for the International Academy of                              management groups and seminars in the              Chiropractic Relations Manager for
Chiropractic Neurology • Currently serves                     world • Trained more than 30,000                   Standard Process® in Palmyra, Wis. •
as an International Academy of Neurology                      chiropractors in the last 20 years with his        Provides chiropractic care for Standard
Board Member • Associate Professor in                         unique communication system • Most of              Process employees and support for the
the Diagnosis Division of the Clinical                        the largest practices in the world (500+           chiropractic profession: colleges,
                                                                                                                 associations and events • Competed in two
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Olympic Games, finishing fourth in 2000         text by Yochum and Rowe Essentials of             of training and coursework for Certified
and fifteenth in 2004 in the sport of           Skeletal Radiology published by Williams &        Athletic Trainer • Six years assisting
Modern Pentathlon • In September 2008,          Wilkins • Currently, he has produced for          physical therapists • Two years as a part-
she reached the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro       Mosby-Year Book, along with Drs. Othel                                .
                                                                                                  time instructor in P E. Dept. of Meramec
• Practiced chiropractic in San Antonio,        Pirtle and Terry Yochum, Essentials of            College • Member of the Missouri Chapter
Texas, and in Anoka, Minn., before taking       Diagnostic Imaging, a text for the private        of the U.S. board of directors • Blind
her current position with Standard Process      practitioner regarding the physics of             Association of Athletes/Ski Director
                                                diagnostic imaging, an approach to
Patricia C. Jones, BA                           obtaining quality radiographs and                 Mario Fucinari, DC, CCSP
Experiential educator, facilitator and          radiographic quality control in the private       During his 19 years as a practicing
fundraiser for more than 35 years • Taught      office setting • Currently, an Assistant          chiropractic physician, realized many
at local St. Louis high schools as well as      Professor of Radiology at Logan College           practitioners were not documenting as
Fontbonne University and Concordia              of Chiropractic                                   completely as many states require by statute
Seminary • For 17 years, she was Vice                                                             or regulation • Now concentrates efforts to
President at the American Youth                 Claudia Anrig, DC                                 bring an understanding of what is required
Foundation, a national not-for-profit           Full-time practice for the past 26 years and      for the benefit of the patient, the clinical
organization where she created national and     is the founder of the first comprehensive         responsibility of the practitioner and the
international programs and facilitated          pediatric program and community outreach,         requirements of the state board • His
courses for groups of youth, adults,            Peter Pan Potential • Personally mentors          program will provide sound risk
educators and corporate executives • Pat is     chiropractors with a dream of growing their       management information to every
looking forward to sharing this time-tested     family wellness practice in the Generations       practitioner • Helps ensure doctors are
balanced living approach in this session        coaching program • Past president,                prepared for the current HIPAA guidelines
                                                currently serving on the board of the ICPA        including the new Security Rule, which
Gary P Casper, DC, DACBR                        • Postgraduate faculty of Life University,        went into effect on April 21, 2008 •
Graduated summa cum laude and was the           Life Chiropractic College West,                   Colorful and outgoing personality
valedictorian of his 1984 class at Palmer       Northwestern Health Sciences University           guarantees an entertaining presentation,
College • Radiology residency at Logan          and Cleveland Chiropractic Colleges –             while his program will help provide up-to-
College 1985-1988 • Received DACBR              Kansas City and Los Angeles • Received            the-minute risk management information •
in 1988 • Five years as president of Board      the Chiropractor of the Year Award 1997           Trained doctors and staff over the last 20
of Examiners of American College of             from the World Chiropractic Association •         years • Received his bachelor’s degree from
Chiropractic Radiologists • Department          Fellow of the International Chiropractic          Wayne State University in Detroit and
chairman of Chiropractic Division 1990-         Association in 1997 • Distinguished               his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from
2006 • Received the Governor’s Award            Service from the ICA in 1998 • Dr. Anrig’s        Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1986 •
for Excellence in teaching in 2002 •            textbook Pediatric Chiropractic is the first      Completed studies in chiropractic
Presently teaches spinal analysis,              of its kind and the fastest-selling textbook      orthopedics and attained his certification as
biomechanics, orthopedics and radiology at      in chiropractic history                           a chiropractic sports physician • Currently
Logan College • Since 1988, he has run a                                                          practices full time in Decatur, Ill. •
private radiology practice in St. Louis • Has   Shirley Stoll, BS, MA                             Recipient of the 2003 President’s Award
a special interest in skeletal radiology        Certified by Dr. Deepak Chopra as a               from the Illinois Chiropractic Society for his
                                                Primordial Sound Meditation Instructor •          work with education and training
Dr. Gary Guebert, BS, DC, DACBR                 Completed numerous seminars and
Earned undergraduate degree in biology at       educational programs conducted by                 Dr. Sean McCaffrey, DC, HIS, LDHS
Southeast Missouri State University in 1973     Dr. Chopra and is affiliated with The             1994 summa cum laude graduate of
• 1980 Logan College of Chiropractic            Chopra Center in Carlsbad, Calif. •               Blackburn University • Honors graduate of
graduate • In 1982, following two years of      Former classroom teacher, combines                Logan College of Chiropractic • Member of
resident training at the Phillip Institute of   her love for teaching with her commitment         “Who’s Who in American Universities and
Technology in Melbourne, Australia, he was      to meditation                                     Colleges” and “Who’s Who in Business” •
awarded Diplomate status by the American                                                          Currently serving as a member of the Logan
Chiropractic Board of Radiology • Served        Steve Dingus                                      College of Chiropractic Alumni Board •
as head of the radiology department at          Red Cross CPR/AED Instructor • B.S.E.D.           For the past nine years has been the host of
Texas Chiropractic College from 1983            Physical Education/Health, Ohio University        the weekly radio show “Health Call” in
through 1986 • Continues to lecture             • Certified Instructor/U.S. Professional          Springfield, Ill. • Certified Internal Health
through the Logan Chiropractic College          Tennis Registry • Certified Ski Instructor/       Specialist and an instructor for the Loomis
postgraduate faculty • Currently serves as      A.F.R.C. Germany • Certified Medical              Institute of Enzyme Nutrition • Continues
director of St. Louis Roentgen Associates, a                                .
                                                Exercise Specialist/ A.A.F.P • Certified          to write for numerous periodicals and
radiographic film-reading service • Author      Personal Trainer/ Y.M.C.A. • Certified            newspapers • Specializes in extremity
of numerous articles in the field of            Personal Trainer/ N.S.C.A. • Certified            adjusting • In private practice in
radiology, contributing two chapters to the     Massage Therapist (inactive) • 1500 hours         Springfield, Ill., for nine years

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L O G A N A L U M N I H O M E C O M I N G , C L A S S R E U N I O N S & C O N T I N U I N G E D U C AT I O N                                     R E G I S T R AT I O N F O R M

Name                                                                                       Maiden Name

State(s) of Licensure & No.(s)



Phone                                                                                      Fax

Email Address                                                                              Grad Date (Month/Year)
                                                                                                                                  Early       After
Doctor Registration (Please select from one of the categories below.)                                                             Bird         6/1                 Amount
      FULL PACKAGE includes all seminars, admittance to exhibit hall,                 2009 Dues Paid Member                        $275         $300         =$
      Thursday Alumni Wall Unveiling and BBQ on campus,
      Friday State-of-College Address, Friday Awards Luncheon (1),                    Non-Dues Paid Member                         $425         $450         =$
      Saturday Dinner/Show (1), badge, packet, CE credit processing.

      LIMITED PACKAGE (For New or Retired Doctors - requirements                      New Doctor                                   $110         $135         =$
      listed at right) includes all seminars, admittance to exhibit hall,             (Must have graduated 12/07, 4/08, 8/08, 12/08, 4/09, AND be a
      Thursday Unveiling and BBQ on campus, Friday State-of-College                   2009 Alumni Association Member)
      Address, badge, packet, CE credit processing.                                   Retired Doctor                               $110         $135         =$
                                                                                      (Must be Age 65-over AND be a 2009 Alumni Association Member)

      SOCIAL PACKAGE (DCs Only) - includes admittance to exhibit                      Social Package                               $112         $125         =$
      hall, Thursday Unveiling, Friday State-of-College Address, Friday
      Awards Luncheon (1), Saturday Dinner/Dance (1) badge and packet.
                                                                                                                                   SUB-TOTAL                 =$

Auxiliary Registration (Select all that apply.)                                   Additional Event Tickets
    2009 Auxiliary Membership Dues             $35      =$                        (Not included with registration packages.)
                                                                                     Unveiling of the Alumni Wall                   FREE
                                                                                     Across from the Student Center                 (Insert # attending) = #
                                                                                     Thursday, June 11
                                                                                     Campus Barbecue                                Qty               x $ 20 = $
                                                                                     Thursday, June 11
                                                                                     Awards Luncheon,                               Qty               x $ 30 = $
                                                                                     Friday, June 12
                                                                                     Dinner and Show,                               Qty               x $ 62 = $
                                                                                     Saturday, June 13
                                                                                                                                    SUB-TOTAL                =$

Email address                                                                     Special Event – Thursday, June 11
    I wish to help support
    the Auxiliary’s Silent Auction                      =$                        The Career Development Center Career Expo will be
                                                                                  held on Thursday, June 11. Please contact Linda Kenny
                              SUB-TOTAL                 =$                        at (800) 782-3344, Ext. 1813 or Linda.kenny@logan.edu
                                                                                  for more details and to register for this exciting event!

                                                                                                                 GRAND TOTAL                                =$
Payment – (Checks should be made payable to Logan Alumni Association)                     Cash         Check           Amex          MasterCard            Visa     Discover

Credit Card Number                                             Expiration Date (Month/Year)        Signature

                     Send payment to: Logan College Alumni Association, P Box 1065, Chesterfield, MO 63006-1065

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