Former Buckeye Obie Stillwell keynote speaker for the Men’s Community Breakfast January 12


Former Ohio State University linebacker Obie Stillwell will be the keynote speaker at the Men’s Community Breakfast, scheduled for Wednesday, January 12. The event will take place at 7 a.m. at the Trillium Center, 1630 East Southern Avenue in Bucyrus. Admission costs $ 9 per person and includes a full breakfast.

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BUCYRUS – Former Ohio State University linebacker Obie Stillwell will be the keynote speaker at the Men’s Community Breakfast, scheduled for Wednesday, January 12.

The event will take place at 7 a.m. at the Trillium Center, 1630 East Southern Avenue in Bucyrus. Admission costs $ 9 per person and includes a full breakfast. Organizers said women are welcome to attend the event. Please confirm your attendance to Bill Denton by calling 419-503-9977 or emailing billdenton425@gmail.com. Only cash is accepted for payment.

Stillwell grew up in Mansfield and attended Madison High School. While attending, he was the Ohio Heartland Conference Defensive Player of the Year in 1990. The Rams won the conference title that season and qualified for their first playoff appearance. from school. Stillwell was the captain of the Madison team this fall and an All-Ohio linebacker.

Stillwell attended Ohio State University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in criminology and was on the Buckeye football team. Due to his hard work and dedication as a student athlete, he was awarded a scholarship from Coach John Cooper. Stillwell has been in the real estate business for over 17 years. He spent 12 years in the title insurance industry, but now pursues his passion for selling real estate. Coming from the field of social services, he is able to quickly establish relationships with his clients, because he is passionate about helping them overcome any obstacles they may encounter.

Stillwell is the broker and owner of Buckeye National Consulting Group, a real estate and business consulting firm that advocates on behalf of corporations, families and individuals to ensure they achieve their goals.

Stillwell believes in “pay it forward” and invest time in your community. As a social worker for Franklin County Children’s Services and a counselor for the Ohio Youth Advocate Program, he has assisted and educated children in the community, exposing them to different perspectives while ensuring a safe and secure environment. He also founded The Breakfast Club, an organization where local CEOs and senior management help former athletes transition into the business community, creating a platform for success. He lives in Gahanna and is originally from Gahanna, with his three teenage children, all of whom attend local Gahanna schools. He is a self-proclaimed Renaissance man, spending his free time in art museums, enjoying poetry, and playing hand percussion in his church and with local jazz bands.

Stillwell is the creator and host of a local radio show, “Real Estate Stocks and Jocks”, which can be heard every Saturday at 10 am and 5 pm on “The Answer” on 98.9 FM. “Real Estate Stocks and Jocks” focuses on educating its listeners about the local real estate market and current trends in the financial world. Home to local sports figures and experts in the real estate and financial industry, Stillwell provides valuable local information to its listeners.

Stillwell is also an analyst on the Buckeye Fever Pregame Show which airs during the football season on WSYX-TV ABC 6 in Columbus.

Former Ohio State University linebacker Obie Stillwell will be the keynote speaker at the Men’s Community Breakfast, scheduled for Wednesday, January 12. The event will take place at 7 a.m. at the Trillium Center, 1630 East Southern Avenue in Bucyrus. Admission costs $ 9 per person and includes a full breakfast.



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