Written by John Starkey
Parker University recently announced the winners of $15,000 in awarded scholarships, with two Irving students recognized for their achievements in chiropractic studies. The students were presented their awards at a ceremony held on the university’s campus.
Irving resident Aliena Johnston received the DeShazo Chiropractic Student Scholarship in the amount of $4,000. This is the second scholarship given by Dr. Doug DeShazo and his wife Diane. Dr. DeShazo graduated from Parker College in 1995 and has been practicing in Alaska for the past 16 years.
“Receiving this scholarship inspires me to continue performing to my highest ability to become the best doctor of chiropractic I can be,” said Johnston. Johnston received her undergraduate degree from the University of Alaska Fairbanks.
Angela Natoli, a tri-five chiropractic student who currently resides in Irving, was presented with a $2,000 Standard Processes Scholarship. Natoli received her undergraduate degree from Youngstown State University.
“This money will help me purchase supplies vital to my education such as certain books and diagnostic tools that are necessary to my learning experience,” Natoli said.
Source: Parker University