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Randal (Randy) R. Sadler ’73

Randal -SadlerRandal (Randy) R. Sadler ’73 majored in mathematics and physics, and participated on two of Earlham’s finest baseball teams. His excellent earned-run average made him one of Earlham’s finest baseball pitchers in the history of the College. After graduation, Randy established a tax practice, taught at Sycamore (Ohio) High School, and worked in management positions for Kroger and General Electric. Randy earned a M.A. and MBA from Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio. Currently he serves as the President and COO of PROWARE, an Ohio-based corporation focused on providing information technology to medium and large courts since 1985. In addition, Randy is a real estate developer, the owner of a dry cleaners and par-three golf course in the Cincinnati area, a financial adviser, and a stockbroker. In 2012, he and his business partner also received a patent for a creative, unique water purification system that is now being used by developing countries throughout the world. Randy and his wife, Melissa, are the parents of three children, Bret, Cameron and Miranda. Randy began his service to the Board in 2013.

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