St. Louisan Max Zebelman, DC (’49), PhD, a long-time friend of many in the Logan community, passed away this week. Dr. Zebelman led a fascinating life from Vaudeville performer and an Army Medic during WWII to a chiropractor and later a counselor and psychology instructor at Logan for many decades.
Logan Professor Patrick Montgomery, DC, MS, FASA, said Dr. Zebelman’s experience in the military allowed him to help many former GIs from the WWII, as well as the Korean and Vietnam wars assimilate back into civilian life. “He helped dozens of Logan students as an integral part of the Logan Student Services Department and was also the long term Faculty Adviser to the Pi Kappa Chi Fraternity,” said Dr. Montgomery. “For those he touched, he will never be forgotten.”
Dr. Zebelman retired from Logan in 2012. Read more about his life and career in a story that was published in a 2010 issue of The Tower.