FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
April 5, 2004
True Success Profiles Spotlighted on Web Site
Randy Baze, D.C
D.C., Brian Rutecki, D.C., Gary
Success means different things to different
people, but to most it means doing what you
truly love to do and making a good living at it.
Being a Sherman graduate means you have the
opportunity to define your own level of success
in your career.
For some, that means helping others realize
their health and performance potentials, being
your own boss, setting your own hours, accepting
leadership roles within your community and the
profession or perhaps meeting or exceeding your
practice volume and financial goals.
Success comes in all shapes and forms, and it is
defined in many ways. The Sherman College web
site now features
true success stories about a
few of our alumni who have found success in
chiropractic. We developed this section so that
prospective students, alumni and friends of the
college can see how Sherman College truly has an
impact on the lives of hundreds of thousands of
people through our successful graduates.
This is just the start of our compilation of
success stories. Alumni who wish to be
considered for inclusion on the True Success
page should contact the
Alumni Office to discuss
the possibility. Before you call to tell your
story or nominate another graduate, be prepared
to answer these questions: How do you define
success? What makes you successful? Due
consideration will be given to all requests.
Some of the Sherman alumni being featured
include Dick Plummer, D.C., ‘79, Boiling
Springs, SC; Randy Baze, D.C., ‘83, Renton, WA;
Laura Chadwick Weeks, D.C. ‘90, Greenville, SC;
David Serio, D.C., ‘99, Buenos Aires, Argentina;
Adam Gentry, D.C., ‘00, Holland; and Gary Roeben,
D.C., ‘01, Brian Rutecki, D.C., ‘01 and Sam
Wang, D.C., ‘01, Chicago, IL.
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