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Evangeline Andarsio, M.D.
is practicing OB/GYN in Dayton, Ohio, and is co-director of Healer’s Art course at the Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine. A board member and former chair of the Academy of Medicine, in 2009 she played a key role in launching the annual Medical-Spirituality Conference, which will hold its second session on April 15, 2010. In January, she began serving a one-year term as president of the Montgomery County Medical Society.
Marvin Williams, M.D.
practices emergency medicine at the Springfield Regional Medical Center in Springfield, Ohio. He and his wife Pamela have three children, Christian, Brandon, and Matthew.
Jude P. Crino, M.D.
is currently serving as a full-time faculty member in maternal-fetal medicine at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore.
Richard D. Smith, M.D.
is the co-founder of Pediatric Associates of Dayton, a thriving practice with three office locations. Though now retired, he remains an active volunteer and board member with several community organizations. In addition, he serves as chair of both the Medical Alumni Association Advisory Board and the Board of Directors of the Dayton chapter of A Special Wish Foundation. In February, he was awarded the university’s annual Outstanding Alumni Award.
Al Kover, M.D.
is clinical assistant professor of anesthesiology at the Ohio State University and practices at OSU Hospital East, specializing in orthopedic and regional anesthesia. He will earn a Pharm.D. degree in March from OSU, graduating summa cum laude as a member of the Phi Kappa Phi honor society. He is also the author of the clinical pharmacology chapter in the American College of Surgeons ACS Surgery series for 2010. He and his wife Lisa have three children, Bryan (28), Kristin (23), and Kaitlyn (20), and welcomed their first grandchild in January.
Elisabeth Righter, M.D.
is a faculty member at the University of Wisconsin’s Fox Valley Family Medicine Residency Program in Appleton, Wisconsin. An avid SCUBA diver, she has completed nearly 300 (286, to be exact) dives in unforgettable locations around the world.
Kevin Perry, M.D., FACS
is practicing with Cary Urology in Cary, North Carolina. He is board certified by the American Board of Urology and is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. He and his wife, Kristine, have three children: Gillian (17), Olivia (14), and Kip (13).
Thomas Englehart, M.D.
is practicing as a clinical anesthesiologist in Columbus, Ohio, where he and his wife Ginny recently celebrated their 25th anniversary. In his spare time, Englehart enjoys participating in WWII reenactments, including marching in Memorial Day, Independence Day, and Veteran’s Day parades in full paratrooper gear. In 2005, he met a fellow Wright State medical school graduate in an Egyptian desert during a military exercise.
Gregory Reveal, M.D.
is an orthopaedic traumatologist at Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis, focusing on reconstructive upper extremity problems. He and his wife Melody Igleheart, D.M.D., have two children: Beau (5) and Vivi (2)
Ardis Martin, M.D.
is practicing as a child and adolescent psychiatrist at a community mental health center in rural Colorado. He is also a volunteer faculty member with the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center in Denver. He enjoys conducting research on cultural competency and media, has published two articles on the topic, and will be presenting some of his work at an upcoming meeting of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.
Lisa Kaiser, M.D.
Was named Miami Valley Hospital’s Resident of the Year based on a vote by all residents in the hospital. She is currently practicing in an outpatient family medicine office, has one son, Emerson, and is expecting a second child.