Retired Amherst chiropractor Marshall Lysne received the Wisconsin Chiropractic Association’s Lifetime Achievement Award at the group’s Awards Recognition Luncheon held at the Wilderness Lodge in Wisconsin Dells November 6. According to the organization’s website, the award was “created to recognize chiropractors that have made continuous contributions to the chiropractic profession throughout their careers. Because the award reflects a lifetime of involvement, it is meant to honor a chiropractor with at least 25 years of professional experience.”
The Association’s write up of Lysne read in part, “Lysne completed his undergraduate work at UW Madison and then enrolled in the National College of Chiropractic in Lombard, Illinois, graduating in 1967. After spending a year in a clinic in Cheyenne, Wyoming, he returned to Lombard to work for National College and remained at the college for the next 17 years as a classroom instructor, Clinic Director, and finally as Chief of Clinics Staff.
“In 1988, he returned to Amherst and practiced there for the next 26 years, serving on the WCA Board of Directors during that time. Lysne’s great grandfather was instrumental in the formation of South New Hope Church in the late 1880s. He has served on the South New Hope Board for five years. Lysne and his wife Pam live on the Lysne family farm in Amherst Junction. His family includes four sons, six grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren.”
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