Stevie Brock

Stephen Ray “Stevie” Brock (born October 23, 1990) is an American pop singer. He grew up outside of Dayton, Ohio. Brock began singing when he was two years old. At eight, he wrote his first song. He graduated in 2009 from Centerville High School (Centerville, Ohio) in Centerville, a suburb of Dayton, Ohio. Stevie was discovered in 2002, signed to WIRE Records (see album liner notes), the Orlando-based company owned by Johnny Wright. His first hit single was a cover of Color Me Badd’s “All for Love.” His self-titled debut album includes the music video “All For Love”. Brock was the guest vocalist on Triple Image’s (also on WIRE Records) single “Boy Next Door.” In 2003, he toured with Aaron Carter in “Aaron’s Jukebox World Tour” and later toured in Radio Disney tours such as the Jingle Jam Tour with Greg Raposo and Jesse McCartney, Jump5’s 2004 Spring Thing Tour,...

Kirk Herbstreit

Kirk Herbstreit (/ˈhɜrbstriːt/; born August 19, 1969) is an Emmy Award-winning analyst for ESPN’s College GameDay, a television program covering college football and a provider of color commentary during college football games on ESPN and ABC. He appears annually as a commentator in EA Sports’ NCAA Football. He was a quarterback on the Ohio State football team. He saw action in a few games his junior season (including the bowl loss against Syracuse) and was the starting quarterback throughout his senior season. – Source:...

Dave Preston

Richard David “Dave” Preston (born May 29, 1955 in Dayton, Ohio) is a former professional American football player who played running back for six seasons for the Denver Broncos. – Source:...

Chip Reese

David Edward Reese (March 28, 1951 – December 4, 2007), more commonly known as Chip Reese, was an American professional poker player and gambler from Centerville, Ohio. He is widely regarded to have been one of the greatest cash game poker players who ever lived. – Source:...

Carla Battaglia-Greene

As a multi-sport athlete for Centerville High School, Carla Battaglia earned All-State recognition in basketball, volleyball, and track and field. It was in the sport of track and field that Battaglia would gain national attention. During the 1980 Ohio High School Championships in Columbus, Battaglia won the long jump event and ran on the first place 1600 meter relay; she also competed in the high jump and 100 meterhurdles. In 1981, Carla returned to the state finals in four events; her point production led Centerville to the OHSAA championship trophy. Upon graduating from Centerville, Battaglia attended Indiana University on a track and field scholarship. At IU, under the tutelage of Sam Bell and Carol Stevenson, Carla Battaglia blossomed into one of the finest all-around track and field athletes in the United States. Battaglia would eventually qualify for the National Collegiate Athletic Association Championships -and USA Track and FieldChampionships- in both the heptathlon and javelin throw. In 1984, Battaglia was named Athlete of the Meet for her performance at the Big Ten Conference Track and Field Championships; Carla won titles in the heptathlon and the javelin, establishing Big Ten records in both events. Battaglia also placed fourth in the triple jump; bringing her team point production to twenty-six. That same year, Carla earned recognition as a finalist for Big TenAthlete of the Year honors. Battaglia’s record distance (54.50 m) in the javelin was superior to the qualifying standard for the United States Olympic Committee Track and Field Team Trials; the event judge ruled that the javelin had landed flat, thus nullifying the throw for USOC consideration. Battaglia’s 1984 mark in...
Gordon Jump

Gordon Jump

Alexander Gordon Jump was an American actor best known as the clueless radio station manager Arthur “Big Guy” Carlson in the TV series WKRP in Cincinnati and the incompetent “Chief of Police Tinkler” in the sitcom Soap. – Source:...
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