The chiropractic community mourns the death of Carl B. Miller, D.C., of Front Royal, Va., on July 10, 1991.
Dr. Miller was born in Jersey City, N.J. on Dec. 10, 1915. He was a graduate of Eastern Chiropractic College [sic] of New York, and completed his postgraduate work at Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa, and the National College of Chiropractic in Lombard, Ill.
After serving in World War II, where he received three battle stars, Dr. Miller returned home to Front Royal and operated a practice. As president of the Virginia Chiropractic Association, Dr. Miller helped push across legislation granting chiropractors in the state legal privileges to take the chiropractic board examinations to become licensed.
Dr. Miller was one of the founders of the Council on Nutrition of the American Chiropractic Association, where he served as executive secretary-treasurer beginning in 1975.
1992 (Mar): ACA Journal of Chiropractic [29(3)] includes:
“In memoriam: Dr. Kenneth Lipke, Life College trustee” (p. 88);
includes photo of Dr. Lipke
1992 (Apr 1): Carroll Lee Hightower DC dies; graduate of the Ratledge College, former president of the CCA, CA delegate to the NCA, and former Governor of ACA (In memoriam, 1992)
1992 (June): ACA Journal of Chiropractic [29(6)] includes:
“In memoriam: Dr. Lee Hightower, past president of the ACA
board of governors” (p. 100); includes photo of Dr. Hightower
1992 (Sept): ACA Journal of Chiropractic [29(9)] includes:
“In memoriam: Clarence H. Laue, D.C., past chairman of the
ACA board of governors” (p. 66); includes photo of Dr. Laue
1992 (Nov): ACA Journal of Chiropractic [29(11)] includes:
“In memoriam: John Mennell, M.D., noted scholar and friend of
chiropractic” (p. 79); includes photo of Dr. Mennell
“In memoriam: Phillis
Chiropractic” (p. 79)
1992 (Dec 18): Edmonde Samuels DC, ND dies (In memoriam. ACA Journal of Chiropractic 1993 [Mar]; 30: 104)
1993 (Mar): ACA Journal of Chiropractic [30(3)] includes:
“In memoriam: Edmonde Samuel, D.C., past FCER trustee” (p.
; includes photograph of Dr. Samuel:
1993 (Apr): ACA Journal of Chiropractic [30(4)] includes:
“In memoriam: Martin D. Jacobs, D.C., renowned lecturer and ergonomic consultant” (p. 81); includes photo of Dr. Jacobs
“In memoriam: Lonnie Dean Martin, D.C., tireless worker for chiropractic” (p. 81)
“In memoriam: NYCC trustee and friend of chiropractic, J. Raymond Hinshaw, M.D.” (p. 81)
1993 (Summer): The Tower (Logan College) includes:
“Former trustee Robert Rice, D.C. dies” (p. 11); includes
photograph of Dr. Rice:
Dr. Robert F. Rice Robert F. Rice, D.C., a 1946 Logan graduate and former member of the Logan Board of Trustees, passed away on August 17. Dr. Rice lived and practiced in Fort Worth, Texas. He was nearly 82 years old when he died.
The Logan College Science, Research, and Ergonomics Center, completed in 1988, was named in honor of Dr. Rice, in recognition of his donation to the College of real estate in Texas. The 1985 donation was the largest gift to date to the Designing Tomorrow Today program, the construction fund-raising program for the Science, Research, and Ergonomics Center.
Dr. Rice joined the Logan Board of Trustees in 1977, serving on the Board until 1983. He joined the Trustees’ Advisory Board in