Harold G. McCoy


HaroldOn December 18, 2014, Harold passed away at Evergreen Health hospice care in Kirkland, Washington. He was born January 9, 1949, in Anderson, Missouri. Harold served in the U.S. Air Force from 1969-1973. After completing his military service, he graduated from Palmer Chiropractic College in 1975. He then moved to Washington State in 1976 with his family. After 40 years in Washington, he was still in awe of the sunsets over Puget Sound and the surrounding mountains.


Harold provided chiropractic care for 30 years, dedicating his career to helping and healing others. In addition to his practice, he was a former member of the University of Washington’s Multidisciplinary Sports Medicine Staff, President of Myo-Logic Diagnostics Inc., President of Spinal-Logic Diagnostics Inc., Treasurer of the Council on Chiropractic Practice, President of the International Spinal Health Institute which established a chiropractic clinic in Russia, board member of the World Chiropractic Alliance, and recognized as a Fellow in the International Chiropractic Association. Of all Harold’s accomplishments, his fondest memory was being on the medical staff during the 1984 Olympics. He truly enjoyed working with the Olympic Boxing Team.


He is survived by his three children; Stephen, Jonathan, Heather; and his two brothers, Ronald and Richard. He was preceded in death by his youngest brother Royce, and both parents.


A service will be held at the Tahoma National Cemetery. Date and time is being arranged with Barton Funeral Home in Seattle.

6 Responses to “Harold G. McCoy”

  • L Gray says:

    My condolences to the family at this very time. Please accept my deepest sympathy for your loss. May you find comfort in God’s word the Bible at Revelation 21:3,4.

  • Daniel G. says:

    Harold, I am very sorry I never got the chance to say goodbye to you. I really did value our friendship and I hope God made your transition from this life to the next life as comforting as possible. I will remember you and the many wonderful conversations we had together. I will miss you and thank you for being a part of my life Harold McCoy.

  • Stew Knoles says:

    I am so sorry to hear of my half brothers passing. It’s such a shock. I only wish I could have talked with him again. Even though it’s been many years.

  • Rebecca Butters says:

    I know this is long overdue, but I just found out Dr McCoy passed away. He employed my husband Dr. Mike Butters for many years until he could no longer work because of his medical condition. Thank you Dr McCoy for working with my husband and teaching him a lot.

  • Stephen Bond says:

    Harold was a friend in high school, I lost contact with him after I returned from Viet Nam. The world will be a little less friendly with the loss of Harold. May the Lord have mercy on him Soul. I would have never thought he would have become a Doctor back in high school, what a great accomplishment.

  • Greg Welch says:

    I just now learned of his passing. Harold made such a difference in my life. I will always be grateful for his professional care and his warm light-heartedness.

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