Rudy Dabalos Obituary, Simmons Family Chiropractic Mourns Rudy Dabalos Death

Rudy Dabalos Obituary, Death – We regret to notify you of the passing of Dr. Rudy Dabalos, who was held in high esteem by each and every one of us. It is with a sense of sorrow that we share this information with you at this time, and we are sorry for the loss that you will experience as a result of this news. Rudy passed away on December 20 at the Othello Community Hospital in a manner that was totally unanticipated, despite the fact that he had reached the age of eighty years old. Everyone was taken completely aback when they heard the news of his passing away.

Adjusting his patients was one of the things that gave him the most pleasure, and he was able to continue doing it right up to the day he died away. This was one of the things that brought him the most happiness. One of the things that he continued to do up until the very end was this. It is impossible to adequately describe the impact that Dr. Dabalos had on Moses Lake, Othello, and a large number of smaller villages in the surrounding area over the course of the approximately 45 years that he worked as a private practitioner. His career spanned a period of time that spanned from the 1960s until the 1990s.

His impact is still being felt in many other spheres of society to this very day. Due to the fact that he was completely extraordinary, there will never be another person like him and it will be impossible to reproduce his success in any way, shape, or form. In light of the fact that we are all aware that celebrations in the future would not be the same without him, we humbly request that you keep each of us in your thoughts and prayers throughout this trying time. Given all of this, we ask that you remember him in your prayers and keep him in your thoughts. There is not even the least shred of doubt in any one of our minds that he is currently in paradise, evaluating the temporomandibular joints (TMJs) of each and every individual there and making any required changes. We miss you Dr. D.