Positivity and a passion for communication inspires Jeff Louderback’s career and life

Positivity and a passion for communication inspires Jeff Louderback’s career and life

Since I was a little boy re-enacting full nine inning Major League Baseball games in my backyard by myself with a wiffle ball and bat, I have stirred with endless creativity, a vivid imagination and an unquenchable desire to immerse myself in new, engaging experiences. This is undoubtedly why my career path led me into the communication field. I am a writer, author and publicist for...

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Cellar Another brand reflects Soroca Imports’ newest movement to educate Americans about tastes and history of Moldovan wines

Cellar Another brand reflects Soroca Imports’ newest movement to educate Americans about tastes and history of Moldovan wines

Dayton – An appreciation for the heritage and the products originating from one of the oldest wine producing nations in the world inspired Brandon Snell is launch Soroca Imports in 2014. Now the company, which features one of the largest assortments of Moldovan wines in North America, has introduced its own brand, Cellar Another.   A collaboration between Soroca Imports, Dayton cartoonist...

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Spring at Clifton Gorge: Darnell’s historic leap etched in history

Spring at Clifton Gorge: Darnell’s historic leap etched in history

Note: Clifton Gorge is one of the most scenic nature preserves in the Midwest, and any season is a perfect season to venture along the trails and learn about the history that took place there. By Jeff Louderback Some believe it was the legendary Daniel Boone. Others say it was the burly and seemingly mythical in stature Simon Kenton, who stood 6-foot-6. Yet most historians agree that a young,...

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Jim Valvano Footprint feature

By Jeff Louderback A testament to perseverance, the fast-talking and wisecracking Jim Valvano saw a career and life defined by monumental peaks and dramatic challenges. The Queens native and coach’s son was the sideline general behind one of the greatest upsets in college basketball history, a central figure in a scandal that led to his resignation and a motivational leader who delivered one of...

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A tribute to Xenia’s Robert “Shorty” Geyer, the shortest fighter pilot in World War II

A tribute to Xenia’s Robert “Shorty” Geyer, the shortest fighter pilot in World War II

Note: Earlier in my career, I was a features writer at the Skywrighter, which is the newspaper of Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. I was privileged to write an array of personality profiles on veterans of World War II, Korea and Vietnam. Here is one of the my favorite stories, which is appropriate on Independence Day and every day. Mr. Geyer died at the age of 91 in 2014, the same year my...

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“The Prince Experience” returns to JD Legends for Saturday evening performance

“The Prince Experience” returns to JD Legends for Saturday evening performance

Gabriel Sanchez meticulously emulates the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame legend with prolific guitar solos, flashy dance moves and an engaging vocal range Franklin – From the curled wig and ruffled shirt to the prolific guitar solos and flashy dance moves, Gabriel Sanchez engages audiences in The Prince Experience, where he meticulously emulates the legendary musician with a critically acclaimed...

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