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Dr. Holmberg, president of the Chiropractic Centennial Foundation (CCF), explained that every time Ms. Anderson would send out one of the many mailers requesting donations, she would give a nickname to the mailer. She called the final one she mailed out "TOLO," short for "This One Last One," because she was so confident that chiropractic would triumph.
One of the four chiropractic defendants in the Wilk et al., case, Michael Pedigo, DC, offered these comments on Ms. Anderson's passing:
"Today I learned that Jo Anderson passed away. While I never met her, as I am sure most of the readers have not either, she played an important role in the Wilk vs. AMA anti-trust lawsuit. Many times over the years I have heard Dr. Holmberg speak with high praise about the excellent work she did, about how dedicated she was to seeing an accurate accounting was made of the funds. She was a behind-the-scenes worker who played a vital role in this lawsuit. She will be missed! I very much appreciate the major contribution she made to this profession."
Ms. Anderson leaves behind her husband Ken, and two daughters Diana and Martha.