Dr. Brad Prather ’00 specializes in adult total joint replacements, revisions and joint preservation, and sports medicine with the Hendricks Regional Health Group in Danville, Indiana.
On June 5 he will offer a free orthopedic joint seminar at Hendricks Regional Health YMCA in Avon. Click here to learn more.
At Wabash, Brad was a soccer four-year Academic All-American. He earned his MD from Indiana University School Medicine, completed his residency at the University of Louisville School of Medicine, and fellowship training at Steadman Hawkins Clinic of the Carolinas.
Logan Hughes ’01 joined Reminger’s Indianapolis office in March as an attorney specializing in defending medical and legal professionals and institutions in civil litigation, and cases involving medical malpractice, dental malpractice, utility liability, and business litigation. Logan lectures at educational seminars for lawyers on the subjects of the Indiana Rules of Evidence and Medical Malpractice.
At Wabash, Logan played offensive guard and was Football Academic All-American. After Wabash, he earned his Juris Doctorate from the Indiana University Maurer School of Law.
The career of John Houser ’84 since leaving Wabash has included teacher, football coach, assistant principal and then principal – when last July he became the principal of Wayne High School in Fort Wayne, Indiana. John has worked hard through the tenets of honesty, trust, and motivation with the students and staff to make strides in just the few months he has been at Wayne High School. Example: student attendance is now 96%!
Click here to read a conversation with John about his time so far at Wayne High School. Congratulations, John!
Professor Fred Fogo ’65 taught for 23 years in Westminster College’s communication program. He is the author of three books on the sixties counterculture. Fred was born and raised in Gary, Indiana. He took a year off of his undergraduate studies at Wabash to work odd jobs and became an apprentice ironworker at a steel plant. He considered staying on, but his co-workers encouraged him to go back to college. Fogo’s passion for learning and teaching earned him multiple degrees, including a PhD at the University of Utah. On May 31, Fred will receive an honorary Doctor of Communications degree from Westminster College.
Bob Grand ’78 is currently the Managing Partner at the Barnes and Thornburg LLP Indianapolis office. On November 1, he will move up to Managing Partner of the entire B&T law firm, which has offices in Atlanta, Chicago, Los Angeles, Minneapolis and Washington, D.C., when the current managing partner steps down.
Click here to read the news release. Congratulations, Bob!
Marty Gregor ’85 caught a home run last Saturday at the opening game for the Quad City River Bandits. Marty’s son, Conrad Gregor, is playing for the Bandits of the Houston Astros organization. Conrad hit his first home run of the season, and Marty just happened to be in the right place in the outfield stands at the right time. Click here to read and see more!
Congratulations, Conrad and Marty!
Marty Brown ’06 is the new Vice-President of Marketing for One Click Ventures LLC at its headquarters in Greenwood, IN. OCV is an e-commerce company which focuses on innovation in the eyewear industry. Click here to read the news release.
After Wabash, Marty earned an MBA in marketing and entrepreneurial management from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
Photo courtesy of
Inside Indiana Business.
The Rev. Dr. Scott D. Seay ’91 is associate professor of church history and curator of special collections for the Christian Theological Seminary Library in Indianapolis. Scott curated an exhibit of rare 16th century Bibles which was on display at CTS this past weekend during its 2014 commencement celebration.
Scott was an English major at Wabash, then went on to earn several degrees: master’s degree from the University of Chicago Divinity School; M.Div. at Christian Theological Seminary; a third master’s degree in historical studies; and a Ph.D. in American religious history from Vanderbilt University.
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Christian Theological Seminary.
Brian Saunders ’91 was featured recently in a weekly column of The Paper of Montgomery County. Brian is a native of Montgomery County and attended South Montgomery High School. After graduating from Wabash in 1991, Brian worked for several local industries until he met his true calling as a church counselor at Rock Point Baptist Church, Crawfordsville, in Care Counseling and Connecting . He lives in Montgomery County and enjoys raising his family here.
Click here to read the story about Brian.
Jake Peacock ’13 will appear onstage in a production by KneesBees, an independent theater company in Chicago. The original play is a black comedy about a self-improvement seminar that goes wrong – or does it? (mature audiences recommended).
The play will be performed on May 30-31 and June 6-7 at the Creative Studio Space, 2941 W. Belmont Avenue, Chicago, and a $5.00 donation suggested. Click here to learn more about the play and KneesBees theater company.
Jake was a Philosophy major at Wabash, and appeared onstage in many Wabash theater productions. Good luck, Jake!
Photo Courtesy of KneesBees.com.