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Born: Unknown

Signed: 1901

Position: Left Back

Appearances: 33

Goals: 1

Left: 1907

Internation Caps:

Died:

Aubrey Fair joined West Ham in 1901 and made his debut in a FA Cup tie against Leyton in November. He played 12 league games the following season. He was never able to become a first team regular and only played another 20 games during the next five years. This included a couple of games as centre-forward and he scored a goal in a game against Brighton & Hove Albion on 17th October, 1903. His last game was against Queen's Park Rangers in February, 1907.


Dr. Aubrey Ross vet Wiki/Bio, Age, married life, wife, Family, net worth.

There is more to the life of a Veterinarian, besides performing as animal health care personnel, they also have a family and relationship to look forward and keep in healthy position. Meet veterinary doctor Aubrey Ross who dedicates himself to treat suffering or needy animals while also manages to keep his family and relationship close-knit.

Dr. Aubrey is a married man and a father of children. We also get the glimpse of his family life through Animal Planet TV show, The Vet Life. The show chronicles the three doctors, Diarra Blue, Aubrey Ross and Michael Lavigne juggling act running the full-service hospital and animal shelter while managing family lives filled with spouses, parents, in-laws, children, pets, and friends.

Read below to get more information on Aubrey Ross biography like his age, career, family, married life, accident and net worth.


Aubrey Plaza Opens Up About Her Sexuality

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Aubrey Plaza, everyone’s favorite deadpanning actress, discussed her sexuality this week in a new interview with The Advocate, an LGBT-interest magazine. The 32-year-old Plaza revealed that she falls in love with both men and women.

“I know I have an androgynous thing going on, and there’s something masculine about my energy,” Plaza said. “Girls are into me — that’s no secret. Hey, I’m into them too. I fall in love with girls and guys. I can’t help it.”

Plaza said she recognized that by age 12 she had found a home in community theater, which allowed her to let her “freak flag fly.” The Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates star said that although she grew up in a heavily Irish Catholic, Republican area, her family has always been open about sexuality. Her younger sister is a lesbian, and Plaza has a pretty strong following in the LGBT community.

“It makes sense to me,” Plaza said. “I feel like I operate in an old-school way that only gays truly understand … Like I grew up obsessed with Judy Garland, and I was also obsessed with how much she meant to her following.”


OUR DOCTORS

With combined experience of over 22 years, our team of veterinarians understand that client education and preventative medicine is the basis of companion longevity thus furthering the human – animal bond.

Diarra D. Blue, DVM

Before receiving his DVM, Dr. Blue’s professional experience includes Dauphin Island Sea Lab, Tuskegee University Comparative Animal Medicine Laboratory, E.V. Smith Dairy Farm and student representative for Fort Dodge Animal Health. As a practicing veterinarian, Dr. Blue began working in Las Vegas, Nevada for two leading veterinarian hospitals, Ann Road and Grand Montecito Animal Hospital.

Dr. Blue has also worked as a veterinarian for the Lied Animal Shelter of Las Vegas. Now Practicing in the greater Houston, Texas area, Dr. Blue also manages the Conroe Animal Adoption Center when he is not practicing at Cy-Fair Animal Hospital.

Michael Lavigne III, DVM

He attended Xavier University in New Orleans, where he and his wife Anne met as students, completing his undergraduate studies in Biology. It was during this time that he made the choice to minor in Pre-Veterinary studies and pursue a career in veterinary medicine. Upon completion of his undergraduate studies, Dr. Lavigne attended Tuskegee University in Alabama where earned his DVM in 2007.

Dr. Lavigne began his career practicing as an associate veterinarian at an animal hospital in Las Vegas. Here he enjoyed providing quality medical service to his patients and connected with his clients because of his comprehensive and compassionate care. After several years of practice, Dr. Lavigne made the decision along with his two partners, Dr. Blue and Dr. Ross, to open a veterinary facility and relocate their families to Houston. The decision to open Cy-Fair Animal Hospital has only added to Dr. Lavigne’s love for the practice of veterinary medicine by allowing him and his partners to share a practice and share the love of their profession, all while providing their clients with outstanding veterinary medical care.

Dr. Lavigne enjoys all aspects of general practice, however, as it relates to special interests within the field, he finds soft tissue surgery and emergency medicine to be some of the most interesting and rewarding work.

Away from work Dr. Lavigne enjoys the company of his wife Anne and his two children. Together they enjoy activities like fishing, golfing, hiking, camping or entertaining family and friends. He and his family share their lives with a Schnauzer mix dog named Woody, French Bulldog named Yama and a new addition to the family– a cat named Sugi.

Sugi came into Cy-Fair Animal Hospital as an emergency surgery rescue patient after she was injured by a car motor as a kitten. After performing an emergency surgery on her, having to amputate both of the front legs, Dr. Lavigne and his wife decided to adopt Sugi and give her a loving home. Sugi is short for “Kintsugi,” a style of Japanese art where the cracks of a broken piece of pottery are mended with gold making it even more beautiful.

Dr. Nasya Ali

During her undergraduate and professional studies, Dr. Ali worked in various areas of veterinary medicine including research and emergency medicine.

As a doctor working at Cy-Fair Animal Hospital, she says the job is “challenging, yet satisfying and rewarding. The greatest joy for me is not only helping my patients but educating my clients in the process to ensure the continued health and well-being of their fur babies.”

In her spare time she enjoys watching movies, traveling the world with her family and reading.

Aubrey J. Ross II, DVM

Following graduation from Tuskegee University in 2007, Dr. Ross accepted a job in Las Vegas, Nevada, at Pebble-Maryland Animal Hospital as an associate veterinarian for three years. Subsequently, he moved on to Park Animal Hospital where he studied exotic and avian medicine. He also worked for Lied Animal Shelter as a relief veterinary performing high spays and neuters along with vaccination clinics. Dr. Ross always held fast to his dream of owning his own veterinary hospital and while moving toward that ultimate goal, he acquired the position of lead veterinarian at Banfield Pet Hospital where he was able to learn the business aspect of veterinary medicine as well as to hone his managerial and leadership skills.

Interests: Surgery, internal, emergency, dermatology cases, shelter medicine, preventive medicine in small animal and exotic medicine. He has an equal and genuine love for animal medicine and people. He really enjoys teaching and helping clients become more knowledgeable about medical and surgical information in the field of veterinarian medicine.

Special Interests: Attending church, spending time with family and friends, running, reading, hiking, golf, basketball, music, movies and traveling.

In 2013, Dr. Ross moved back to Houston to open up Cy-Fair Animal Hospital with his business partners in order to provide exceptional quality veterinary care to the community via educating the community, training and mentoring future and new veterinarians.

Dr. Bianca Kirkland

While earning a degree in Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences with a minor in Dance Science from Texas A&M University, Dr. Kirkland worked all four years as a veterinary technician. It was during this time though that she realized how much she truly loved dance and decided to explore the world of professional dance prior to attending veterinary school. After working and saving money for a few years, Dr. Kirkland moved to New York City to become a professional modern dancer. She continued dutifully working long days as a technician at an animal hospital alongside going to rehearsals, auditions and performing for a little over a year in NYC. One cold, snowy day in NYC after long talks in the surgery suite with the doctors she worked alongside, Dr. Kirkland’s original love and passion for animals was reignited. Although she loved dancing, she knew it was time to fulfill her lifelong goal of becoming a veterinarian. She applied to and attended Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine on the island of St. Kitts in the Caribbean.

Veterinary school was no easy feat, but Dr. Kirkland made sure to enjoy every second of her adventure! During her education, she got to spend 2 weeks in the South African bush with wildlife/game veterinarians and 4 weeks at the Houston Zoo, and she even got to teach modern dance to teenage girls while on the island. It was towards the end of her veterinary school career, that Dr. Kirkland discovered CyFair Animal Hospital and immediately reached out with interest of an externship. After multiple emails, phone calls and messages, Dr. Kirkland “to be” at the time, was finally granted a 2-week externship with the doctors at CyFair Animal Hospital. She was immediately enamored by the skillset, educational values, encouragement, and opportunities provided at CFAH. She was sold! Prior to graduation in May of 2019, Dr. Kirkland was offered an associate veterinarian position at CyFair Animal Hospital and it has been history ever since! When not enjoying her dream job, Dr. Kirkland enjoys coming home to her fiancé, Chuck and their small zoo, which consist of 2 lab mixes: “Billie Jean” (“BJ”) and “Dirty Diana” (“DD”), French Bulldog: “Grahm”, 2 cats: Bacon and Biscotti and “Benny” the ball python.

George Patrick

He provides a vision and value proposition for organizational development as well as advice and guidance in creating an enduring, ethical, customer-focused organization while driving business growth and profitability. An expert in Operational readiness, HR services and employee relations he has an advanced understanding of industry regulations, strategy development, policy design, interpretation and application.

Known to be easy to talk to, George is grounded and approachable with excellent communication and superior advocacy skills.

Dr. Jacqueline Alford

During her time in veterinary school, Dr. Alford was a Student American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) Delegate for her university. She attended biannual meetings where she acted as the voice of veterinary students on a global level. As a leader in the profession, she plans to help bring positivity and encouragement by doing outreach, community service, and hopefully one day serving on the AVMA board of Delegates to help veterinarians around the country with wellness and diversity.

Dr. Alford joined the team at Cy Fair Animal Hospital in June of 2020 as a mixed animal veterinarian. While she absolutely adores small animal, she hopes to expand the large animal aspect of Cy Fair Animal hospital by aiding in health, prevention, and wellness in farm animals in the greater Houston area. Dr. Alford is USDA Category II Accredited and helps prevent the spread of foreign animal diseases to keep animals, our nation’s livestock, and agriculture safe.

While Dr. Alford is passionate about agriculture, she also enjoys Cardiology/Internal Medicine, Dermatology, and Integrative Medicine. Along with being part of the Cy Fair family, she also plans to enjoy being closer to her family, exploring Houston with her partner Austen, and relishing in as many snuggles with her Saint Bernard Samantha, and two kittens Bacon and Carl as she can. Her main goal is to find a bit of joy in every day while providing quality care for her patients and clients!

Keisha Burnett, DVM

In her career, Dr. Burnett has worked with equine, livestock, and companion animals. She also spent 3 years in academia at Houston’s Vet Tech Institute where she mentored students and taught vital courses like small animal surgery/anesthesia food animal clinical management, and canine/feline clinical management. She loves being a general practitioner and appreciates challenging internal medicine cases as well as soft tissue surgery.

Dr. Burnett joined the Cy-Fair family at their Aldine location as their DVM/Manager in July of 2019 where she uses every opportunity to educate staff and clients on how to best care for their furry family members.

She now resides in Crosby, TX with her husband, Jacorey, who she met on the campus of PVAMU. They have 2 beautiful daughters, Cori and Melisa. As a family, they enjoy tending to their five quarter horses (Six, Pearl, Early, Sweet Jones, and Coco), trying new food trucks, and singing Disney songs.

Diarra D. Blue, DVM

Diarra D. Blue, DVM

Born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, Dr. Blue gained a passion for animals during his early adolescence by becoming the neighborhood veterinarian for household pets. He later attended Tuskegee University where he earned a Bachelor of Animal Science and a Doctor of Veterinary medicine.

While working toward his DVM, Dr. Blue’s professional experience includes Dauphin Island Sea Lab, Tuskegee University Comparative Animal Medicine Laboratory, E.V. Smith Dairy Farm and student representative for Fort Dodge Animal Health. As a practicing veterinarian, Dr. Blue began working in Las Vegas, Nevada for two leading veterinarian hospitals, Ann Road and Grand Montecito Animal Hospital as well as the Lied Animal Shelter. In 2015, Dr. Blue along with partners Dr. Michael Lavigne and Dr. Aubrey Ross, Jr. opened the doors to Cy-Fair Animal Hospital, a full service medical and boarding facility in Houston, Texas that specializes in today’s leading veterinarian techniques, and now has expanded to a second location.

The journey of planning and building their hospital ultimately gave way for the hit Animal Planet reality series “The Vet Life”. The series captures Dr. Blue and his partners’ lives as they juggle running a business while managing their family life filled with spouses, parents, in-laws, children, pets and friends, as well as their intense moments saving the lives of animals at their clinic.

In his continued love for giving back to the profession, Dr. Blue can be found speaking at various universities and veterinary organizations, participating as chair of the Tuskegee University School of Veterinary Medicine Teaching Hospital, or expanding the newly developed Diarra Blue Education Initiative (DBEI), a 501c3 nonprofit helping guide young people interested in becoming doctors of veterinary medicine journey through the social, educational, and professional rigors of earning their ultimate goal of success through scholarships, mentoring, and training. When away from the “animal kingdom”, Dr. Blue enjoys cooking, a gut-wrenching laugh with family and friends, and hugging on his wife Dr. Jessica Blue, sons Dean and Dylan, and baby girl Nia.

Michael Lavigne III, DVM

Michael Lavigne III, DVM

Although born in California, Dr. Lavigne was raised in New Orleans, Louisiana. As a child, he and his family had a variety of pets- from dogs, to reptiles to horses. This early exposure to animals created in Dr. Lavigne a love of animals that has not only endured a lifetime, but has also led him to a very rewarding career in veterinary medicine.

He attended Xavier University in New Orleans, where he and his wife Anne met as students, completing his undergraduate studies in Biology. It was during this time that he made the choice to minor in Pre-Veterinary studies and pursue a career in veterinary medicine. Upon completion of his undergraduate studies, Dr. Lavigne attended Tuskegee University in Alabama where earned his DVM in 2007.

Dr. Lavigne began his career practicing as an associate veterinarian at an animal hospital in Las Vegas. Here he enjoyed providing quality medical service to his patients and connected with his clients because of his comprehensive and compassionate care. After several years of practice, Dr. Lavigne made the decision along with his two partners, Dr. Blue and Dr. Ross, to open a veterinary facility and relocate their families to Houston. The decision to open Cy-Fair Animal Hospital has only added to Dr. Lavigne’s love for the practice of veterinary medicine by allowing him and his partners to share a practice and share the love of their profession, all while providing their clients with outstanding veterinary medical care.

Dr. Lavigne enjoys all aspects of general practice, however, as it relates to special interests within the field, he finds soft tissue surgery and emergency medicine to be some of the most interesting and rewarding work.

Away from work Dr. Lavigne enjoys the company of his wife Anne and his two children. Together they enjoy activities like fishing, golfing, hiking, camping or entertaining family and friends. He and his family share their lives with a Schnauzer mix dog named Woody, French Bulldog named Yama and a new addition to the family-- a cat named Sugi.

Sugi came into Cy-Fair Animal Hospital as an emergency surgery rescue patient after she was injured by a car motor as a kitten. After performing an emergency surgery on her, having to amputate both of the front legs, Dr. Lavigne and his wife decided to adopt Sugi and give her a loving home. Sugi is short for “Kintsugi,” a style of Japanese art where the cracks of a broken piece of pottery are mended with gold making it even more beautiful.


Jared Sandberg&rsquos place in history

Since Sandberg, 21 players have hit multiple home runs in one inning, including Nomar Garciaparra, who did it on July 23rd, 2002 against the Devil Rays, and Julio Lugo, who did it on July 22nd, 2006 for the Tampa Bay Devil Rays.

Anytime someone hits two home runs in one inning is pretty special, but we think the fact Jared only saw two pitches in the inning, takes the cake. Imagine how locked in you have to be, to do that. Pretty crazy stuff.


Later Work

For the rest of the 1960s, Hepburn took on a variety of roles. She starred with Cary Grant in the romantic thriller Charade (1963). Playing the lead in the film version of the popular musical My Fair Lady (1964), she went through one of the most famous metamorphoses of all time. As Eliza Doolittle, she played an English flower girl who becomes a high society lady. Taking on more dramatic fare, she starred a blind woman in the suspenseful tale Wait Until Dark (1967) opposite Alan Arkin. Her character used her wits to overcome the criminals that were harassing her. This film brought her a fifth Academy Award nomination. That same year, Hepburn and her husband separated and later divorced. She married Italian psychiatrist Andrea Dotti in 1969, and the couple had a son, Luca, in 1970.

In the 1970s and 1980s, Hepburn worked sporadically. She starred opposite Sean Connery in Robin and Marian (1976), a look at the central figures of the Robin Hood saga in their later years. In 1979, Hepburn co-starred with Ben Gazzara in the crime thriller Bloodline. Hepburn and Gazzara teamed up again for the 1981 comedy They All Laughed, directed by Peter Bogdanovich. Her last screen role was in Always (1989) directed by Steven Spielberg.

Audrey Hepburn pictured with an Ethiopian girl on her first field mission for UNICEF in Ethiopia, 1988

Photo: Derek Hudson/Getty Images


5. She suffered from malnutrition during World War 2

By 1943, the Germans had tightened the noose around the Netherlands as the threat of Allied invasion looked imminent. Food shortages had reached crisis levels.

Audrey’s half-brother Ian would hold his stomach and cry. But she found temporary distraction from hunger pangs by giving dancing lessons. When she did eat, it was lettuce, bread made with peas, and occasionally a potato. She survived the Dutch famine during the winter of 1944 by eating tulip bulbs.

A US B-17 drops a cargo of food for the starving Dutch population in operation Chow Hound, May 1945.

Even with her weight falling to just 90 lbs, she continued to give dance lessons to help her family and the Dutch resistance.


Rumor has it the Febrey-Lothrop House (6407 Wilson Blvd) — the home on a huge lot at the corner of Wilson Blvd and N. McKinley Road — could be headed to market soon.

The 9+ acre parcel, which includes the main house and two other side buildings, is one of the last large pieces of contiguous property of its kind in space-constrained Arlington.

Officials have recently been made aware that the property was for sale, according to Arlington County spokeswoman Jennifer Smith. The property is listed as a “generational” site in the county’s Parks Master Plan (page 162) — a place that could be potentially acquired and turned into a public park, although it’s just a block from Upton Hill Regional Park.

The county, with its need for land for schools and public facilities, might also consider it for other uses.

The house sits removed from the main road, near Seven Corners, on a long driveway. It’s an isolated, wooded retreat even though it’s just two miles down Wilson Blvd from the high rises of Ballston. The exterior of the house is in a disheveled state. Windows are broken, paint is peeling away from the side of the building, foxes drink from rainwater in the clogged pool.

The property’s financial value is in the large tract of mostly undeveloped land.

“In terms of development potential, the price (of around $30 million) is reasonable, as the land is already zoned for single-family homes and/or townhouses development,” local activist Suzanne Sundberg, who supports converting the property into a park and potentially a school, told ARLnow. “With so little undeveloped land in the county that comes on the market once in a blue moon, we cannot afford to be picky about location. Land is land.”

Sundberg noted that, should the property be developed as housing, it could stress already-crowded local schools.

“With the proposed upzoning of single-family neighborhoods, the property could hold 2, 3 or even 4 times as much housing as the current estimate [of] 67 townhouses,” she wrote.

The property also holds some sentimental value in its long and curious history of opulence.

“The expansive size of the property… with a number of domestic and agricultural outbuildings surrounded by mid-twentieth-century development, adds to the grandeur of the main dwelling,” an architectural survey of Arlington prepared in 2009 said.

The earliest records of the property show a house being built at the then-rural property in 1855. The original building, called Fairmount, no longer exists but later additions to the property were incorporated into the new structures.

The property was purchased by Alvin Lothrop — one of the founders of the Woodward and Lothrop department stores chain — in 1898. By 1907 the Fairmount building was destroyed and replaced with the colonial revival style home, inspired by George Washington’s Mount Vernon.

Lothrop died in 1912, and the family maintained the estate through the Second World War, when it was reportedly leased to Howard Hughes, according to Arlington Magazine. Among the guests entertained at the house were movie star Jane Russell.

After the war, the home was purchased by local real estate developer, socialite and expert horseman Randy Rouse. When Rouse purchased the property, most of the acreage was broken up to form the Dominion Hills neighborhood, though he kept the house and the surrounding property.

Rouse was briefly married to The Honeymooners star Audrey Meadows. The stress of her commute from Arlington up to New York on Fridays reportedly took a toll on their short-lived marriage, according to local historian Charlie Clark.

Rouse died in 2017 at the age of 100. The business Randolph Rouse Interprises is still listed as operating out of the building.


Key Steps in the Probate Process

  1. Identify
    American Research Bureau (ARB) reviews thousands of matters to identify situations where missing and unknown heirs need to be located.
  2. Research
    ARB relies on its research team – with more than 200 years of combined research experience – to identify and locate lawful heirs.
  3. Contact
    ARB researchers contact potential heirs in a variety of ways, including by phone, email, text, letters, or in person.
  4. Agreement
    Heirs sign the Agreement and Assignment confirming terms of payment. ARB receives payment only if and when clients receive their money.
  5. Document
    ARB document specialists gather and organize essential documentation to establish the legal relationship and entitlement of clients.
  6. Heirship
    If necessary, the court requires claimants to submit evidence of their entitlement. The court reviews the documentation and issues an order declaring the lawful heirs.
  7. Accounting
    Those in charge of the assets account for claims, income, expenses, taxes, gains or losses on sales, etc. Proposed distribution from remaining assets is presented to the court for approval.
  8. Distribution
    Payment is made in accordance with each heir’s entitlement and the assets available for distribution from the accounting. ARB is paid in accordance with the Agreement and Assignment.

Our probate researchers have more than 200 years of combined experience and extensive knowledge investigating and tracing complicated family histories to establish heirship. We employ proprietary data-gathering techniques and technologies that have helped us successfully resolve thousands of cases throughout the United States and abroad.

J. Daniel Schwartz

The senior of four Schwartz brothers, Dan serves as ARB Research Director. Dan joined the company in 1987 while working on his business degree at Brigham Young University. One of the foremost experts in the field of forensic genealogy, Dan has testified as an expert witness in more than 75 estate proceedings throughout the U.S. He counts among his greatest thrills solving difficult cases. Dan loves boating, is an avid sports fan and youth sports coach.

Michael Robinson

Fifteen years ago and fresh out of Southern Utah University, Michael Robinson joined ARB. Now a Researcher Manager, Michael enjoys “making a difference in people’s lives and seeing my team succeed.” Despite managing a team, Mike still finds time to pursue his passion of tracking down heirs using meticulous genealogical research to show how family members are connected. He also loves to spend time outdoors, hiking, biking, and fishing across Utah’s spectacular landscapes.

Steven Schwartz

The third Schwartz brother, Research Director Steve joined ARB upon graduating from Brigham Young University in 1992. A history major, Steve relishes solving puzzles. He thrives on organization and considers this one of his most valuable skills when solving difficult research problems. Steve is blessed with an ability to listen to people, learning their stories and pulling it all together. All of which comes in handy given that he spends a great deal of his time doing just that with his large family.

Ashley Lish

Ashley joined ARB’s research team in 2020, bringing a passion for solving difficult puzzles. Prior to joining ARB, Ashley earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Family History/Genealogy from BYU and a Master’s Degree in Library and Information Science (emphasis in Archival and Digital Records Management) from Simmons College. Ashley previously worked in the genealogy field for the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society and AncestryProGenealogists, while also completing internships at the Society of Genealogists in London and the Family History Library in Salt Lake City. She regularly attends and speaks at genealogy conferences across the country. In her spare time, Ashley enjoys watching documentaries, reading biographies, and following sports, particularly the Utah Jazz.

Aubrey Hemingway

Aubrey joined American Research Bureau’s research team in 2015. She is passionate about connecting people with their lawful inheritances and has been a dedicated genealogist for many years. Aubrey is fair, balanced, optimistic, and leads with a positive attitude. Before joining the ARB team, she worked in Human Resources. Aubrey enjoys any chance she gets to sing and dance. And yes, Aubrey is related to Ernest Hemingway.

Barry Miller

Barry has been with American Research Bureau for over 30 years. He approaches everything with energy, enthusiasm, and speed. His honest, professional approach has enabled him to connect thousands of unknown and missing heirs with their lawful inheritance. Originally from Las Vegas, Barry is now an avid runner in the Wasatch Mountains of Utah – sometimes competing in 100-mile trail races! He also enjoys spending quality time with his family.

Danny Kerl

Danny was born and raised in Massapequa Park, NY. While attending Stonehill College, he played goalkeeper for the soccer team and earned a B.A. in History. Following college, Danny was a financial advisor for Prudential and then spent eight years in operations with Goldman Sachs where he developed keen process management, business intelligence, and team collaboration skills. Just prior to joining ARB, Danny spent time honing his business development skills at a client experience software company. Danny brings a passion for historical research and a desire to create positive experiences for his clients to his work. He is detail oriented and possesses strong technical skills. Outside of work, Danny enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter, skiing and hiking in the mountains, and is an avid follower of NY sports and the English Premier League.

Hazel Scullin

Research and genealogy are Hazel’s passions. Hazel has completed internships at FamilySearch, the LDS Church History Library, and Family Locket Genealogists. She was also a research assistant at the Neal A. Maxwell Institute of Religious Scholarship and a Teaching Assistant in the Department of History while completing her bachelor’s degree in Family History and Genealogy at Brigham Young University. Hazel is particularly adept at solving complex research problems and feels rewarded when helping clients claim their inheritance. Outside of work Hazel enjoys traveling and all things Harry Potter.

Joel Miyasaki

Joel joined ARB after spending several years creating detailed family histories for private clients. Joel has a master’s degree in American history and brings exceptional research skills to his work as a Probate Researcher. He is particularly adept at solving cases with family connections that are difficult to establish and loves helping to ensure that ARB clients can claim their lawful inheritances. Joel plays the French horn and is a self-confessed political junkie.

Jonathan Schwartz

The final Schwartz sibling to join ARB, younger brother Jon has been with the company since 1997. He wasn’t necessarily pre-destined for a career in forensic genealogy, however, having earned a bachelor’s degree in music at Brigham Young University. A multi-instrumentalist, Jon plays piano, organ, clarinet, sax, and trumpet. Fortunately for the company, Jon chose to become a Probate Researcher full-time, applying his persistence and love of problem solving to the work of uniting clients with their lawful inheritances.

Michael McCormick

Michael is an accomplished genealogist, having studied family history and genealogy at multiple universities and ultimately earning a Masters degree in Genealogical, Paleographic and Heraldic Studies. Michael has worked as a professional genealogist since 2007 and in the heir search industry since 2012. Michael enjoys creative problem solving and has great attention to detail. He enjoys working with a great group of people at ARB. Michael’s smarts and passion for genealogy are evidenced in his ability to write from memory the names of his ancestors on each line in correct placement until the 7th generation – well over 100 names!

Nate Andrew

Armed with two master’s degrees, a PhD in Political Science, and over 10 years in client facing roles, Nate decided to start his own genealogy business. Fortunately ARB was able to join forces with Nate and utilize his exceptional problem solving skills to locate missing and unknown heirs. Nate is highly skilled at connecting the dots utilizing professional research techniques and loves the collaboration and comradery with his teammates. Prior to joining ARB, Nate spent time teaching English in China and has traced his ancestry back to a Serbian great-great grandfather who was knighted by the Emperor of Austria. Royalty indeed!

Nathan Croft

Nathan hails from the Pacific Northwest, where he studied journalism at the University of Washington. He joined the ARB team early on in his career, and he is especially gratified when he can secure an inheritance for someone who may have otherwise been left out. Skilled in “big picture” thinking, Nathan pulls together many different clues to solve difficult research puzzles. He enjoys taking time to reflect while hiking in the nearby mountains, and while completing woodworking projects.

Shawn Larsen

Connecting with people and building trust has always been a strength for Shawn. He loves sharing the good news of an inheritance with his clients. Shawn loves spending time in the great outdoors, backpacking, camping, or spending time on the water. He spent two amazing years serving the people of South Africa as a missionary for his church. Prior to joining ARB, Shawn earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management from BYU-Idaho. During his education, Shawn had the privilege of serving as a fishing guide in Juneau, Alaska. Following graduation, he spent time hiring and training new teams across the country at new store openings for a major retailer.

Sophie Barron

Sophie joined ARB in 2018, however, she is not new to the industry. Previously, Sophie spent over 11 years in the industry in a variety of roles, including court reporter, probate researcher, and case manager. Sophie enjoys providing expert testimony and thrives on challenging research and problem solving, helping families discover their past. A native of the Republic of Georgia, Sophie’s passion is travel. She loves to explore other cultures, try new cuisine, and make memories with her family. As a resident of New York City, Sophie also enjoys attending Broadway musicals.

Troy Adair

Another ARB veteran, Troy earned a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Utah and a master’s degree in Asian studies from the University of Washington. Troy joined ARB in 1991. He has been involved with research throughout his ARB career and now serves as a Probate Researcher. Troy comes by his research skill naturally, given that he has identified five generations of his own family history. Troy enjoys cycling, hiking, and sailing when he’s not chasing genealogical mysteries.


Later Developments - After Art Deco

Art Deco fell out of fashion during the years of the Second World War in Europe and North America, with the austerity of wartime causing the style to seem ever gaudy and decadent. Metals were salvaged to use toward constructing armaments, as opposed to decorating buildings or interior spaces. Furnishings were no longer considered status objects. Further technological advances allowed for cheaper production of basic consumer items, driving out the need and popularity of Art Deco designers.

A movement that in many respects sought to break away from the past, has now become a nostalgic, fondly remembered classic. Since the 1960s, there has been a steady, continued interest in the style. Echoes of Art Deco can be seen in Mid-Century Modern design, which carries forward the streamlined aesthetic of Deco and revisits the clean simplicity of the Bauhaus. Deco also helped to inspire the Memphis Group, a design and architecture movement centered in Milan during 1980s. Memphis also drew from Pop art and Kitsch as sources for its colorful, consciously postmodern designs.


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