Military Service
Dr. Graham is a Vietnam War veteran having served from July 1968 to August 1972 on a nuclear submarine, USS Plunger, SSN 595, that "toured" the war zone, then finished his enlistment at the submarine communications center COMSUBPAC at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. He left the regular U.S. Navy with the rating and rank of Radioman, Petty Officer Second Class (E-5,) and served in the active U.S. Navy Reserves from 1978-1980.

Dr. Graham has participated in the Clinton Memorial Hospital Auxiliary's "Clinton Capers" as a performer almost since it's beginning. His first performance was in 1982, and has volunteered his talents in all performances since then, singing solos, singing in small groups and in the chorus, doing skits, and dancing. The most memorable performance for him was in 1994 when he sang his favorite solo, "Unchained Melody," as performed by the Righteous Brothers in the movie "Ghost." He has performed in community theater in lead and minor roles with the Clinton Community Players (Oklahoma!, Brigadoon, Mame, Celebrate 20!, and Moving On,) singing, dancing, and acting. He has also assisted with lighting (The Foreigner and Same Time Next Year,) and played percussion (drums) for two of their performances (Fiddler on the Roof and Carnival.) He has performed vocal solos, and continues to sing in small groups, including a local Barbershop group (Silo Singers,) at many civic and church related activities and events, including Morning Musical and Music in the Park.

Dr. Graham also enjoys writing computer software database related programs, and Internet web site pages like this one, and for Dr. Paul D. Minnick of the St. Johns Family Health Center, an osteopathic physician, specializing in family medicine.


Volunteer Activities

Dr. Graham has a private pilot's license for single engine aircraft with over 500 hours flying time logged, and holds the rank of Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. Civil Air Patrol (U.S. Air Force Auxiliary,) where he volunteers his time for Search and Rescue, and Disaster Relief missions.  He is the Commanding Officer for the Civil Air Patrol Central Michigan Group, which is comprised of  the Scott M. Burgess Composite Squadron of Lansing, Michigan, Livingston Composite Squadron of Howell, Michigan, Jackson Composite Squadron of Jackson, Michigan, and the Adrian Composite Squadron of Adrian, Michigan.  LtCol. Graham  is a former squadron commander of the Scott M. Burgess Composite Squadron, and the Ionia Composite Flight of Ionia, Michigan. 

Dr. Graham volunteers his skills at Active Release Technique® (ART®, a soft tissue procedure) at various sporting events including races, weight lifting events, and Ironman competitions.

He also loves to hunt, fish, and spend time with his wife, children and grandchildren.

Dr. Graham welcomes comments or questions regarding chiropractic, ART®, and/or the Civil Air Patrol, and what they may offer you.

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