November 11, 2010 — Kent S. Greenawalt, president and CEO of Foot Levelers, Inc., has been elected to the International College of Chiropractors Inc. (ICC) as an honorary fellow.
“It is my privilege to inform you of your election to this select group,” wrote ICC Secretary/Treasurer James A. Mertz, DC, DACBR, FICC, in a recent letter to Greenawalt. “Your record of outstanding service to the chiropractic profession has richly earned this honor for you.”
The ICC, “An Order of Merit, Service and Fellowship,” was formed in 1938 to “promote the philosophy, science and art of chiropractic and to promote the teaching and the study of chiropractic.”
According to its bylaws the ICC Trustees “may elect as honorary fellows individuals:
1. Who possess an international reputation in the field of chiropractic or
2. Who have rendered outstanding services in promoting the science of chiropractic.”
The ICC limits the number of living Honorary Fellows to a maximum of fifty worldwide.
“This is an incredibly proud and humbling moment for me,” Greenawalt said upon hearing of his election. “First of all, I want to thank my very good friend, Dr. Michael J. Flynn, for sponsoring my nomination. Secondly, I want every member of the ICC to know how much I appreciate this high honor; I look forward to working with you to promote the Chiropractic profession. And above all, and at all times, I thank my father, Dr. Monte H. Greenawalt, for being my lifelong mentor and guide.”
An official plaque will be presented to Mr. Greenawalt at an upcoming ICC function.
Source: Foot Levelers, www.footlevelers.com