The Davidson Family

The Davidson Family

Dr. Paul C. Davidson was a man of many talents and a person admired in the Gloucester County community. He had a successful career as a chiropractor, was deelpy involved in the local community and Vice President of Washington Township Rotary Club. He was also a family man who married his wife Christina in 2004 and had two sons. Dr. Davidson had a great ability to accomplish anything he set out to do. He was kind, compassionate, and a gentle man. Dr. Davidson believed in the goodness of people and valued making a difference in the world. Dr. Davidson recieved his Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from The College of New Jersey in 2000 and his Chiropractic Doctoral Degree from Sherman College of Chiropractic in 2003. While attending Chiropractic school, Dr. Davidson became an instructor for Chiropractic Biophysics Technique to graduate students and was Vice President of the Biophysics Club. After earning his Chiropratic Degree, Dr. Davidson joined his father’s chiropractic practice in Washington Township. In 2005, Dr. Davidson joined GCC (now RCGC) as an adjunct professor teaching Anatomy and Physiology I/II. Dr. Davidson was very committed to the students – making their educational experience at the College a positive one, as well as preparing them for their future. As a chiropractor, he brought his professional experience to the classroom. Dr. Davidson shared case studies and delivered real world involvement to the students. He provided for his students that the connection from theory to practice and brought a contagious excitement to learning. He believed in the power of education and appreciated the privilege to encourage, inspire and nurture students. On September 5, 2009, Dr. Davidson tragically passed away at the age of 32. Dr. Davdison always felt a responsibility to educate and inform society; and this quest to share knowledge is why he felt it important to financially support students to the best of his ability. To continue Dr. Davidson’s passion for students and teaching, the Davidson family started a scholarship in his name.

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