Anthony Briggs ’02, ’08 M.A.

Anthony BriggsAnthony Briggs ’02, 08 M.A. is the Coach & Founder of Real Growth Ohio in Cleveland. Formerly an award-winning manager of Chick-fil-A of Montrose, Briggs mission is, “Real Growth Ohio wants to come alongside people who desire an intentional pursuit of sustainable growth that energizes the individual and impacts the world around them. What excites me is helping people see all the possibilities in front of them and actually making them a reality!” Real Growth Ohio on FB

Jeffrey Jensen ’14

Jeffrey JensenJeffrey Jensen ’14 is a Deputy Clerk and Software Engineer at the Stark County Clerk of Courts. Jensen began his career at the Clerk of Courts as a programmer in 2013.  His team is working on an electronic court case filing project (EFiling) for lawyers and pro se parties to file court cases online. The project includes writing a new court case management system (CMS) in order to create a more unified technology system.

Joss Celuch ’14

REA-NOV-2015-(165)_sm-copy-2Rea & Associates announces that Joss Celuch ’14 has successfully completed and passed all four parts of the CPA exam and is on his way to becoming a Certified Public Accountant. Celuch is a staff accountant at the firm where he is responsible for tax return preparation, tax projections and performing audit work. He joined Rea & Associates in 2014. Celuch lives in Dover and is active with the Tuscarawas Valley Farmers Market, serving as the group’s treasurer.

Corey Easterday ’11

Corey Easterday copyCorey Easterday ’11 is the Director of Current Initiative’s Ohio division, a Donor Development Coordinator for First Glance, a youth center in Akron, and Co-Owner of Easterday Creative. Corey is a non-profit entrepreneur who has been speaking, writing, and working in the church/non-profit sector for over eight years.

Marcie Curry ’98

Marcie CurryMarcie Curry ’98 is a Principal in the Alliance, Ohio office of HBK CPAs & Consultants and has been with the firm since 1998. She is a member of the Ohio Society of Certified Public Accountants, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, and the Audit Committee of Greater United Way of Stark County. Marcie and her husband, Mark ’98, live in Salem and have two children.

Rev. Brian Chase ’05

Brian ChaseRev. Brian Chase ’05 (pictured left) is the new Rector of Church of the Good Shepherd in Wichita Falls, Texas. Chase graduated cum laude with a master of divinity degree at Conwell Theological Seminary in Anglican traditions. Before leading the Church of the Good Shepherd, he started a successful Anglican Church in Canton. Chase and his wife, Amy ’06, have three children, Alaina 9, Alexander 5, and Elias, 2.