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Chirobituaries

Dr. Hedberg was a member of the board of directors of Logan College of Chiropractic for twenty years. Perhaps one of his most significant contributions to the profession was his student recruitment record. It may be conservatively stated that he was influential in guiding over fifty students into chiropractic colleges. Many of these former students are presently outstanding leaders in the profession.

Many hours of Dr. Hedberg’s lie were given to his church and the

YMCA.

He served on

committees

and

projects.

his His

church’s love and

council concern

and headed many for under-privileged

boys was partly satisfied through his past president of the International Y’s

work in the YMCA. He Men’s Club of St. Paul.

was

a

Surviving are his wife, Elsie; a daughter, Mrs. Owen Wallin (Marcia), St. Paul; and three grandchildren.

_____ Dr. George F. Kelley of St. Paul, passed away on January 3, after a lengthy illness. He was a 1923 Palmer Chiropractic College graduate. He practiced at Preston, Minnesota until 1926 when he moved to St. Paul.

He was very active in civic and Masonic affairs, a past president of The Ramsey County Chiropractic Association, and a past president of The Minnesota Chiropractic Association. He was the Minnesota delegate to the National Chiropractic Association for five years. He served as president of The National Chiropractic Association in 1952.

He was a World War I veteran having seen active service. He received the Silver Star, Bronze Star, Victory Medal, and Purple Heart.

He is survived by his wife, Dorothea, and four brothers.

1969 (May 18): Henry G. Higley, DC, MS dies (Chirogram 1969 (Aug); 36(8): 255) in Alhambra CA (Rehm, 1980); "Research Statistical Department at the LACC....was assigned to Dr. James Watts, a LACC faculty member with a Faculty Fellowship. In addition, four students were awarded one-year research Fellowships to aid the program. One was to be selected later for a two-year Fellowship" (Schierholz, 1986)

1969 (May/June): Digest of Chiropractic Economics [11(6)] notes:

  • -

    obituary for Henry G. Higley (p. 15):

Dr. Henry Grant Higley June 11, 1903-May 18, 1969 It is with deep regret we report the passing of Dr. H.G. Higley on Sunday evening, May 18, at his home in Alhambra, California. Death

was

caused

by

a

massive

cerebral-hemorrhage.

Dr.

Higley

was

Director of Research Association, as well

and Statistics as Chairman,

for the American Chiropractic Department of Physiology, Los

Angeles College of Chiropractic in Glendale. American parents, he was the author of many

Born in Lima, Peru of outstanding scientific

papers within the profession, and received world-wide honors for his

during work.

his

professional

career,

he

He is survived by his wife Mary, a son Henry, Jr. of Seattle, Washington, and his mother, Mrs. Rosaria Higley of Los Angeles.

1969 (June): ACA Journal of Chiropractic [6(6): 23] notes: Chiropractic Loses a Leader Henry Grant Higley, M.S., D.C., 66, director of Research and Statistics for the American Chiropractic Association, passed away at his home in Alhambra, California, May 19 as the result of a cerebral hemorrhage. Dr. Higley was one of the outstanding scientists in the

Keating

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country, with a listing and biography in both American Men of Science and in Leaders in American Science.

His research extended not only into areas relating to chiropractic and physical medicine, but also into the fields of drugs and nutrition, space medicine, industrial problems, and he was a member of the Research Committee for the Los Angeles County Delinquency and Crime Commission.

He had written and presented many important scientific papers for scientific organizations. His research on the Intervertebral Disc Syndrome and his work on Cineroentgenology of the Human Spine, met with world-wide acceptance. He was the co-author of a textbook on General Chemistry.

Dr. Higley was born of American parents in Lima, Peru. He was educated in the University of Guadalajara, the University of Nuevo Leon, the University of Southern California, the Ratledge College of Chiropractic, and the Los Angeles College of Chiropractic.

At the time of his passing, he was, in addition to his position with the American Chiropractic Association, the director of research and the chairman of the Department of Physiology of the Los Angeles College of Chiropractic in Glendale, California.

He is survived by his wife, Mary, by one son, Henry, Jr., of Seattle, Washington, and by his mother, Mrs. Rosaria Higley, of Los Angeles.

Funeral services were held in Alhambra, California on May 23. The profession has indeed lost a great leader and contributor to his beloved profession.

1969 (June): CCA Journal [25(11)] includes:

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    “In memoriam” (p. 6) (in my Higley file):

Henry Grant Higley, 66, Director of Research and Statistics for the A m e r i c a n C h i r o p r a c t i c A s s o c i a t i o n , p a s s e d a w a y a t h i s h o m e i n

Alhambra,

California May 19th as the result of a cerebral

hemorrhage. Dr. Higley was one of the outstanding scientists in the country, with a listing and biography in both American Men of Science and in Leaders in American Science.

His research extended not only into areas relating to chiropractic and physical medicine, but also into the fields of drugs and nutrition, space medicine, industrial problems, and he was a member of the Research Committee for the Los Angeles County Delinquency and Crime Commission. He had written and presented many important

scientific papers for scientific organizations. Intervertebral Disc Syndrome and his work on

His research on the Cineroentgenology of

the Human Spine, met author of a textbook on

with world-wide acceptance. general chemistry.

He

was

the

co-

Dr. Higley was born of American parents in Lima, Peru, and was educated in the University of Guadalajara, the University Nuevo Leon, the University of Southern California, the Ratledge College of Chiropractic and the Los Angeles College of Chiropractic.

AT the time of his passing, he was, in addition to his position with the American Chiropractic Association, the Director of Research and the Chairman of the Department of Physiology of the Los Angeles College of Chiropractic in Glendale, California.

He is survived by his wife, Mary, by one son, Henry, Jr., of Seattle, Washington, and by his mother, Mrs. Rosaria Higley, of Los Angeles.

1969 (July): Chirogram [36(7)] includes:

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    JD Kirby DC authors "Dedication" in memory of Henry G. Higley

DC's death (p. 196)

1970 (June): Chirogram [37(6)] includes:

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