Kenneth Tomlin Obituary, Death – The passing of Dr. Kenneth Tomlin, Jr. has been brought to the attention of the Texas Chiropractic Association, and the organization wishes to extend its most sincere condolences for the loss of this much-loved member of the chiropractic community. Dr. Tomlin passed away on November 30th, but right up until the very last moment of his life, he was committed to giving his patients the very best medical care that was possibly available. He found satisfaction in his work as a chiropractor right up until the day he passed away, which is why he continued to practice it until the day he died. He continued to work as a chiropractor until the day he died.

Dr. Tomlin served as President of the TCA from 1999 to 2000 after having been a TCA member for a very long time and even being elected to that position. His tenure as President lasted from 1999 to 2000. 1999 and 2000 were the years he served as President of the United States. He kept in touch with North Shore High School, which is located in the Galena Park Independent School District, as well as Texas Chiropractic College, which is where he received his education. The Galena Park Independent School District is home to both of these educational institutions. He was a member of several North Shore Mustangs teams that went on to win the state championship while he was a student at North Shore High School.

These teams went on to win the championship. As the team chiropractor, he was instrumental in assisting these teams in accomplishing their objectives. Additionally, he has maintained his connection to Texas Chiropractic College throughout the years. Because he was accorded a great deal of respect not only by the players but also by the coaches at North Shore, he was extremely proud to flaunt his championship rings there. Not only did the players respect him, but the coaches did as well. During his time at North Shore, he was extremely successful in a variety of endeavors.