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South Carolina Chiropractic Association

Hall of Fame


The SCCA Hall of Fame recognizes those doctors who have lifetime achievements in Chiropractic and those who have helped to make everyone’s practice in South Carolina possible. This award is the highest honor bestowed by the SCCA.  




 Inductee  Year Inducted
Dr. George A. Bauer 2005
Dr. Bert L. Black 2012
Dr. Robert E. Bennett 2006
Dr. I. William Canupp 2005
Dr. Judith R. Ehlich 2012
Dr. Evan M. Cohen 2018
Mrs. Nicki S. Davis 2012
Mr. Richard F. Davis 2012
Dr. Stanley N. Frost
Dr. Corbin C. Fox, Jr. 2005
Dr. Max A. Green
Dr. Douglas B. Hughes, Jr.
Dr. Henry W. Hulteen
Dr. David L. Johnson 2012
Dr. Kenneth R. Jones 2005
Dr. A.J. Keown 2012
Dr. Donald G. Kimble 2005
Dr. Mildred Korkon 2005 
Dr. Howard A. Marsch 2005
Dr. Edward J. McGinnis 2005
Dr. Herman H. Plemmons 2006
Dr. James A. Revels, Jr. 2012
Mr. Larry Raggio 2005
Dr. Roger R. Roff 2005
Dr. Ralph D. Roles 2012
Dr. Edward L. Sessions 2006
Dr. Leon Sigler 2006
Dr. William Starr 2005
Dr. Jack W. Tinney 2005
Dr. A. Joe Willis 2005


 Ladies Auxiliary Inductees
Mrs. Iris Hughes
Mrs. Julie Hulteen
Mrs. Joan Kimble
Mrs. Carlene Sessions




Please review the criteria required to be inducted into the SCCA Hall of Fame and submit your nomination to the SCCA Hall of Fame Nominating Committee. Self-nominations will not be accepted. The Committee will review and make recommendations to the Board. This recognition is not based upon popularity but rather on true merit.

Submission of a name does not guarantee election to the SCCA Hall of Fame. In order to be inducted, the nominee must receive the recommendation from the Hall of Fame Committee and at least 75% vote of support from the SCCA Board of Directors.


The minimum qualifications are: 

1. Minimum of 30 years in practice

2. Minimum of 20 years of membership in the SCCA

3. Can be eligible if less than 30 years in active practice and 20 years of membership if awarded posthumously

4. Must be a doctor in good standing

5. Must have contributed to the advancement of the SCCA either financially, membership, educationally or legislatively

6. Stands out in some manner to promote or defend the profession or the SCCA


Additional consideration will be given for the nominee’s other civic accomplishments including:

1. For local, statewide or national involvement in the community, schools, organizations (e.g. Rotary and Lions Clubs), professional or local teams, service on the SCCA Board of Directors or committees, or the South Carolina State Board of Chiropractic Examiners

2. For “community service” work in an effort to advance the profession’s image

3. Being the recipient of Chiropractor of the Year or any other SCCA award


Click here to access the Nominations Form

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