The Logan community lost long-time friend and colleague Mark Reeve, DC (’79) of Austin, Minnesota, this past weekend.
Dr. Mark Reeve was a proud alum and advocate for chiropractic, serving his community and the profession.
For more than 25 years, Dr. Reeve volunteered his time to serving Logan’s Board of Trustees and the Logan Alumni Association, fulfilling two years as president. He was also a Logan benefactor, supporting the University financially as well as through his time as an associate faculty member with Logan’s preceptor program.
According to the Reeve Chiropractic Clinic website, Dr. Reeve began private practice in his hometown of Austin in 1980. For more than four decades, he provided superior chiropractic care to patients of all ages. In 2004, he received the Minnesota Chiropractic Association’s (MCA) Distinguished Service Award for 25 years of outstanding service and dedication to the chiropractic profession. He was also named the 2005 Chiropractor of the Year by the MCA.
Dr. Reeve will be greatly missed and remembered for his generosity to Logan as well as his support for future generations of chiropractors.