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Still Magazine Recent Issues ■ Still Magazine – Spring/Summer 2018
Spring/Summer 2018 (Vol. 12, No. 1)
Choose joy

Keep choosing joy

Stacie Segebart, PT, ’00, DPT, ’05, loves helping people. Helping people is the reason [...]


Baseball bats and Pilates mats

The Chicago Cubs, Arizona Diamondbacks, Chinese national baseball team, Texas Rangers, and March Matness Pilates movement. It’s an impressive resume for Ed Yong, MS, ’08, who began his fitness career as a personal trainer while […]

An osteopathic tenure

The “Kirksville experience” is a term of endearment used to describe a person’s tenure in Kirksville, Missouri. People who come to this educational hot spot are able to embrace a small-town lifestyle in a cultural […]

Dream maker

Cristin Haase, DMD, MPH, ’17, grew up in a small town in North Dakota. She is of the Lakota people and a member of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe. Last year, she graduated from ATSU-ASDOH […]


Not many health professionals start their career while on a hunting trip. For Luke Fowler, DMD, ’17, that’s exactly how it all began.

Family first

For many people, foster care can be a challenging experience. For Timothy Lemaire, DO, ’16, it was life-changing. Dr. Lemaire, a Nevada native, was raised in a home where family values were everything.

An ear for healing

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly three out of every 1,000 children in the United States are born with a detectable level of hearing loss in one or both ears.

From The President

ATSU is bustling with activity, and this issue of Still Magazine captures some of the highlights from the University community. ATSU schools are completing their 125th anniversary projects.

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Class Notes

’50s Joseph Turcillo Jr., DO, MD, FACP, ’59, Malibu, California, was honored with the Humanitarian Award at the Meet Each Need with Dignity (MEND) Awards Gala in Los Angeles on March 21.

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Faculty & Staff News

ATSU Anne Ackroyd, public relations specialist, communication & marketing, delivered a social media presentation in April at the Joint American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine and Association of Osteopathic Directors and Medical Educators 2018 […]

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Board Speaks
In Memoriam

David L. Bruce, DO, ’62, Corpus Christi, Texas, died March 12, 2018, at age 85. He was born in Harlingen, Texas, to James Oran and Vera Louise Ward Bruce.

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