September 10, 2014 — Logan University’s sixth and longest-serving president, George Goodman, DC, passed away on Sept. 9. He was 70 years old.
A 1968 graduate, Goodman’s career at Logan spanned 45 years and included teaching and the development of the university’s postgraduate department. After spending 10 years as vice president of chiropractic affairs, Goodman assumed the role of president, what he called one of the greatest roles of his professional life.
Under his leadership, Logan reached debt-free status, and enrollment exceeded the 1,000 mark for the first time in the university’s history. Evidence of Goodman’s vision and leadership abounds on the Logan campus with the William M. Harris DC Sports and Wellness Center, the renovated Learning Resources Center, William D. Purser DC Center, Standard Process Student Center, and a new educational wing.
“The passing of Dr. Goodman is a huge loss to Logan and the chiropractic profession,” said current Logan University President Clay McDonald, DC, MBA, JD. “We send our condolences, prayers, and gratitude for his contributions to his family.”
Source: Logan University