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Dr. Stalling was also an active booster of the chiropractic

profession on "Chiropractor officer for the

the state and national level.

She has been named

of the Year" by many organizations. She Missouri State Chiropractors Association,

was also an and the first

and only woman Chiropractors.







Survivors include a brother, Lawrence Stalling, of Lake Lotawana,

Mo., four nieces and three nephews.

The family suggests

contributions e Dr. Ethel B. Stalling Memorial Scholarship Fund at CCCKC.

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    “In memoriam: Lois Drake, long-time chiropractic supporter” (p.


1995 (Jan 11): Memo from Department of Marketing & Communications, Palmer Chiropractic University System: TO: All faculty, staff, and alumni of Palmer College and Palmer College West RE: Death of Dr. Joseph P. Mazzarelli Joseph P. Mazzarelli, Sr., D.C., a former chairman of the Board of Trustees of Palmer College of Chiropractic and Palmer College of Chiropractic West, died Friday, January 6, in his hometown of Camden, New Jersey. Dr. Mazzarelli, who was 72, had undergone open heart surgery a week earlier and failed to fully recover, according to his son, Joseph Mazzarelli, Jr., D.C. He said his father had undergone heart bypass surgery in 1989 and had been a kidney dialysis patient for the last three years. Cremation and visitation were Tuesday, with a memorial mass scheduled for Thursday at Our Lady of Good Counsel Catholic Church in Moorestown, New Jersey. Born and raised in Camden, Dr. Mazzarelli received his doctor of chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1947. He maintained a private practice for many years in Pennsauken, New Jersey. Dr. Mazzarelli was appointed to the Palmer College of Chiropractic Board of Trustees in 1975, elected vice chairman in 1976 and chairman in 1978, a position he held until January of 1985. He was instrumental in the acquisition of Northern California College of Chiropractic and its transformation into Palmer College of Chiropractic West, which he also served as chairman of the board. Michael E. Crawford, Chancellor of the Palmer Chiropractic University System, said that “as a long-time board member and certificate holder, Dr. Mazzarelli made a significant contribution to the cause of Palmer Chiropractic, for which all of us can be grateful.” Dr. Mazzarelli was an active member and past president of the PCC International Alumni Association and a Fellow in the Palmer Academy. A close friend of Dr. David Palmer, Dr. Mazzarelli served Palmer College in many ways, including fund-raising for the construction of the David D. Palmer Memorial Auditorium. Dr. Virgil Strang, President of Palmer college, said Dr. Mazzarelli “exemplified the qualities of leadership and commitment that our profession must sustain.” Dr. Mazzarelli’s professional involvement spanned every level of the chiropractic profession, including service as president and chairman of the board of the International Chiropractors Association. His many awards included New Jersey Chiropractor of the Year in 1953, the Fellowship Award from the International Chiropractors Association in 1964, the Distinguished Service Award and the President’s Award from the Southern New Jersey Chiropractic Society in 1965; Representative Assemblyman of the Year by the



International Chiropractors Association in 1968, and Chiropractor of the Year in 1972.

Dr. Peter martin, President of Palmer College of Chiropractic West, said he recalled Dr. Mazzarelli’s dynamic influence on the faculty of Palmer College. “I will remember Joe for his profound interest in the advancement of the profession and the science of chiropractic.”

Dr. William F. Holmberg, president of the Chiropractic Centennial Foundation, who said he considered Dr. Mazzarelli a mentor and had visited with him a few weeks before his death, said he will remember








aggressiveness and positive attitude that I

an example of leadership, will always admire.”

1995 (Feb): Journal of the ACA [32(2)] includes:

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    “In memoriam: Arnold M. Goldschmidt, D.C., F.A.C.C., F.I.C.C.”

    • (p.


Arnold M. (Mickey) Goldschmidt, D.C., second generation of a prominent New York chiropractic family with a wide involvement in the organizational life of the profession, died in Phoenix, Arizona on December 26, 1994.

Dr. Goldschmidt was elected to his second term as president of the Association for the History of Chiropractic at New York Chiropractic College in October 1994. He was a trustee of NYCC, a former president of the Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards and a former member of the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners. He was also an alternate delegate for Downstate New York to the American Chiropractic Association.

One of the first members and a former chairman of the New York State Board of Chiropractic after licensure was achieved in 1963, Dr. Goldschmidt continued the pioneering work of his father, Sol Goldschmidt, a Carver Institute graduate who was long-time executive secretary of the New York State Chiropractic Society and was in the vanguard of licensing battles for more than 30 years.

Dr. Goldschmidt attended Western Reserve University and Logan College before graduating from the Chiropractic Institute of New York in 1950.

A former president of District I of the New York Chiropractic Association, he was also secretary of the association for 10 years and was active in the process of the sitting examinations by the New York Board, and Dr. Goldschmidt also taught classes in chiropractic ethics in NYCC and other colleges. He was elected a fellow of both the American College of Chiropractors and the International College of Chiropractors.

Dr. Goldschmidt was honored as a New York pioneer of Chiropractic at NYCC in 1993. He is survived by his wife, Lucille, two daughters, Lisa and Rhonda and a son, Peter.

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    “In memoriam: Herbert I. Magee, Jr., D.C., D.A.B.C.O.” (p. 74)

1995 (Mar): Journal of the ACA [32(3)] includes:

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    “In memoriam: Joseph P. Mazzarelli, D.C.” (p. 90):

After undergoing a second bypass heart surgery and enduring an extended illness, Joseph P. Mazzarelli Sr., D.C. passed away on

January 6, 1995.

Dr. Mazzarelli was a noted member and past

president of the ICA and made many contributions to that association and the profession.

Dr. Mazzarelli was a graduate of Palmer School of Chiropractic, where he served as a member of the board of trustees since 1975. He was a key proponent of the transformation of Northern California College of Chiropractic to Palmer College of Chiropractic West. Dr. Mazzarelli served as chairman of the board of PCCW.

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