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Frederic James Miscoe, D.C. 1931-2003
Dedication Ceremony 27 October 2005
Dr. Miscoe was a practicing Chiropractor for nearly a half century in Johnstown, Pennsylvania. After graduating from the National Chiropractic College he began his practice inAlma Hall, the original headquarters of the American Red Cross,started there shortly after the devastating Johnstown Flood of 1889 which killed over 3,000 people.
Dr. Miscoe practiced at his Franklin Street location in Johnstown until moving in the early 1970’s to his newly built clinic in Geistown. At one time he operated two additional offices in the West End of Johnstown and another in Central City.
A practitioner equally devoted to his patients and his profession, Dr. Miscoe was an active member and served as District Director and Chairman of the Board of the Pennsylvania Chiropractic Society. Dr. Miscoe was an active participant in the fight for the scope-of-practice and insurance equality that Chiropractors enjoy today.
A decorated soldier, Dr. Miscoe served his country during the Korean War as a U.S. Army artillery officer , then as Company Commander of Bravo Company, 1st Battalion, 103rd Armor, 28th Infantry Division. He continued to serve in the PA Army National Guard until retiring in 1991.
Dr. Miscoe was an avid pilot and golfer who loved to hunt and fish and was known to shamelessly smoke his pipe in crowded rooms and upon occasion, drink good Kentucky bourbon whiskey. He was well known for his blunt honesty and had the courage of his convictions.
A devoted husband and father, Dr. Miscoe is survived by his wife Constance and his three sons, Frederic J. Miscoe, II, D.C., Michael Miscoe and Geoffrey Miscoe.
Dr. Miscoe was tragically injured while adjusting a patient, then suffering complications which led to his untimely death in the spring of 2003 at the age of 72.
He was buried with full military honors at the Fort Indiantown Gap National Cemetery.