Dr. Galen Eversole ’68 has joined the Ageology network of health services. Ageology’s goal is to help patients regain and maintain optimum health. Mark is located in the Henderson, Nevada area.
After Wabash, Mark earned his M.D. from the University of New Mexico and an MBA at the University of South Florida. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Anti-aging Medicine.
Sun King Brewing Company is listed as Number 6 on the IBJ’s list of fastest growing companies in the Indianapolis area. Since it opened four years ago, Sun King has made its name through community involvement and using social media spreading the word – and they don’t have a traditional advertising budget.
Of course, we all know that owners Clay Robinson ’97 and his father Omar ’60 do have a plan and it is working. Sun King plans to expand its distribution to cover a huge part of the state this year.
Congratulations, Omar and Clay!
Patrick Craine ’94 will join Chesapeake Energy Corporation as its Chief Compliance Officer. Patrick has been an attorney in private practice and an enforcement attorney with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority. Click here to read more in the press release.
After graduating from Wabash, Patrick received his Juris Doctor, cum laude, from the Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law.
Roy Sexton ’95 will hit the lights fantastic again this summer, starring in “Little Me,” a well-known Broadway musical. The performance at The Penny Seats Theatre Company in Ann Arbor, Michigan will run from July 11- July 27. Roy will take on the challenging title role, originated by Sid Caeser, performing multiple personas on stage. Roy is a co-founder of The Penny Seats Theatre Company, and has performed in numerous theater productions and musicals, including Legally Blonde, She Loves Me, Oklahoma, The Pajama Game, The Fantasticks, and many others.
Roy’s day job is vice president of marketing and planning for Trott & Trott, PC, a real estate law firm in Metro Detroit. During his hours away from his job, he is a an active cabaret performer and actor. Roy was an English major at Wabash, and holds a masters in theatre from Ohio State and an MBA from the University of Michigan.
Thanks for sharing the info Roy, and, as they say, “Break a leg!”
Timothy M. Doyle, Ed.D. ‘86 has been appointed as the Associate Vice President for Student Life at Christian Brothers University (CBU). Tim will provide leadership for student and resident life, creating a holistic environment that will enhance students’ personal lives. He will work to integrate all programs that serve the needs students.
CBU is located in Memphis, Tennessee. Click here to read the press release.
After Wabash, Tim earned a Doctor of Education in Higher Education Management from the University of Georgia, a Master of Arts in Medieval and Ancient History from Emory University, and holds a Certificate in International Higher Education from the University of Twente (Netherlands) and the University of Melbourne (Australia).
Bill Padgett ’92 was seeing double in the singles matches this past weekend at the IHSAA Girls Tennis State Finals in Indianapolis. Bill’s two daughters, Lauryn (has won 21 out of 22 matches) and Bailey (22 out of 22 wins), were each winners in their singles matches for the Carmel High School Greyhounds. Bailey will compete again in this coming weekend’s individual state meet.
Lauryn and Bailey Padgett
Congratulations, Lauryn, Bailey, and Proud Dad Bill!