1985. He became a Trustee of the College again later that year, and resigned from the Board in 1988 due to poor health.
Dr. Rice is survived by his wife, Mary; a daughter, Barbie Cantrell, and a son, Gene A. Rice. He was preceded in death by another son, Robert F. Rice, Jr.
1993 (Oct 10): Quad City Times includes: -“Dr. Steve Allmandinger”: WALCOTT, Iowa – Services for Dr. Steve H. Allmandinger, 44, will be 11:30 a.m. Monday at Runge Mortuary, Davenport. Burial will be in Walcott Cemetery. Visitation will be 3-7 p.m. Sunday. Dr. Allmandinger died Friday at Mercy Hospital, Davenport. He was employed as an instructor at Palmer College of C h i r o p r a c t i c , D a v e n p o r t , a n d o p e r a t e d a p r i v a t e p r a c t i c e i n W a l c o t t . He married Mary Pat Austin in 1977 in Illinois. During the Vietnam War, he served in the Army. member of Walcott American Legion. He was a
Dr. Allmandinger also was a member of Walcott Lions Club and Walcott Community Center.
A memorial fund has been established. Survivors include his wife; a daughter, Alice, and sons, Kalen and Michael, all at home; his mother and stepfather, Alice and Herman Krohn, Walcott; sisters, Darlene Hamann, Walcott; and Deanna Hambright, Bennett; and a brother, Danny Hamann, Bennett.
1994 (Winter): NCMIC Examiner includes (NOTE: 2 issues of NCMIC Examiner identified as “Winter 1994”):
“Dr. Erle Downing, charter NCMIC policyholder, dies” (pp. 1, 6);
includes photo of Dr. Downing (1906-1993) and:
Dr. Erle E. Downing of Fayetteville, N.C., a pioneer in North Carolina chiropractic and one of NCMIC’s charter policyholders (his policy number was 211), died December 10 at the age of 87. Dr. Downing’s career in chiropractic spanned some 66-plus years, and was marked with numerous awards and distinctions. (His career was profiled in the summer, 1993 issue of Examiner). Among his most notable accomplishments were his spearheading efforts during the late ‘60s and early ‘70s to include chiropractic in insurance plans in North Carolina. Dr. Downing was a 1927 graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic. While quick to speak out on chiropractic issues, Dr. Downing worked quietly to improve the lives of the less fortunate in his community. He frequently made anonymous contributions in response to newspaper stories about needy persons.
Dr. Downing is survived by his son, Dr. Robert E. Downing, who will continue operating Downing Chiropractic clinic in Fayetteville.
1994 (Apr): ACA Journal of Chiropractic [31(4)] includes:
“In memoriam: Donovan
chiropractor” (p. 72)
“In memoriam: Walter Feller, J.D., respected faculty member at
New York Chiropractic College” (p. 72):
Walter Feller, J.D., faculty member at New York Chiropractic College, recently passed away. Feller a senior trial attorney with Lilarney, Feller, Haber and Salmon, a law firm in New York City, was responsible for litigation on medical malpractice, products liability and general liability suits. A New York University Law School graduate, he taught jurisprudence, ethics and risk management as well as in the post-graduate department at NYCC. He was also co-director of the Lilarney Center for chiropractic legal studies.
1994 (July): ACA Journal of Chiropractic [31(7)] includes:
“In memoriam: Otto Reinert, D.C., educator and author” (p.
; includes photograph:
Otto Reinert, D.C., a long-time chiropractor, educator and author, passed away in March in Boca Raton, Fla.
Dr. Reinert grew up in St. Louis, Mo. He was a chiropractic practitioner from the mid-1930s until his retirement in 1980. He served as research consultant at Logan College of Chiropractic until 1990.
Dr. Reinert was a 1936 graduate of the Missouri Chiropractic College. He became dean and clinic director of the college in 1962, and eventually president until it merged with Logan College in 1964. He was director of the department of diversified technique at Logan until 1970.
Throughout his career, Dr. Reinert researched the biomechanics of the spine and developed techniques and treatments for lower-back ailments. He was an author of several technical articles and textbooks. He founded Reinert Technics, Inc., a company engaged in chiropractic education and marketing equipment and rehabilitation devices, in 1990. He remained active in the company until his death.
1994 (Aug): ACA Journal of Chiropractic [31(8)] includes:
“In memoriam: Chiropractic mourns loss of Ethel B. Stalling,
C.” (p. 75):
Ethel B. Stalling, DC, board of trustees member and a 1941 graduate of Cleveland Chiropractic College of Kansas City (CCCKC) passed away in June.
Dr. Stalling, 73, of Wellington, Mo., graduated from high school in Wellington, then moved to Kansas City, where she attended and graduated from CCCKC. She maintained a chiropractic practice in Mexico, Mo., for several years before relocating her practice in 1949 to Pleasant Hill, Mol., where she continued in practice for 45 years. Stalling lived in Pleasant Hill before moving to Lake Lotawana in 1949.
Since her graduation from CCCKC, Dr. Stalling was an instrumental part of the growth and success of the college. Few other graduates have made contributions of time, heart and money comparable to those of Dr. Stalling.
Dr. Stalling served CCCKC in many areas, most recently as a member of the board of trustees. She also served as vice chairman of
the board including
and held many positions
within the alumni first secretary of
association, the alumni
association, which was formed in 1943. recipient of CCCKC's "Alumnus of the Year"
She was award.