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Wall of Honor at the Museum of Osteopathic Medicine: Unveiling at Founder’s Day 2023

Among the many in attendance, Wall of Honor guests included (left to right) Jason Haxton, MA; Lori Haxton, MA; Bob Behnen, MBA; Janet Bodell; Richard H. Still III, DO, FACOS, ’78; Monica Haines, DO; Ron Gaber, EdS, MA, DHL (hon.); Elsie Gaber, PhD; Teri Crandall; Margaret Wilson, DO, ’82; Jeff Davis, DO, CMD, ’00; Craig M. Phelps, DO, ’84; Kent Campbell, DO, ’83; Bonnie Campbell; Gaylah Sublette, MBA; and Brad Chambers.

One year ago, ATSU alumni, friends, faculty, staff, and students gathered in Heritage Hall to celebrate accreditation of the Museum of Osteopathic Medicine by the American Alliance of Museums. At that celebration, ATSU President Craig M. Phelps, DO, ’84, encouraged alumni and friends to support the museum through charitable gifts, with the goal of preserving osteopathic medical history and educating future generations of osteopathic physicians and the public. He also shared a Wall of Honor recognizing donors would be displayed in a year’s time.

During the Founder’s Day 2023 celebration on Friday, Oct. 13, the wall was finally unveiled. The Wall of Honor at the Museum of Osteopathic Medicine recognizes doctors of osteopathic medicine, friends of the profession, and organizations and institutions supporting the field. Currently featuring 100 name plates, the Wall of Honor represents $750,000 in new support.

“The Wall of Honor is not merely a collection of names – it is a tribute to the enduring legacy of osteopathic medicine,” Dr. Phelps said during the unveiling ceremony. “Each name on this wall signifies a commitment to the principles and values that have shaped our profession and guided our journey.”

Wall of Honor recognition levels
Platinum: $50,000 and above
Gold: $25,000-$49,999
Silver: $10,000-$24,999
Patrons: $5,000-$9,999
Friends: $1,000-$4,999

To donate online, please visit
giving.atsu.edu/honor-wall

Recognition opportunities are still available, so please consider honoring those who have contributed to the growth of the osteopathic profession, preservation of osteopathic history, and education of tomorrow’s osteopathic physicians.

For more information, please contact
Brad Chambers
Director of Development
bradchambers@atsu.edu
660.626.2180

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