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BECOMING GOLIATH

After being a little guy, Brusadin finds home at pharmaceutical giant Express Scripts The plan was simple. After graduating from The Ohio State University with a degree in pharmacy, Mark Brusadin (WC ’80) was going to take over the Apothecary, a drug store on Morse Road his family had run for years. Instead, Brusadin followed […]

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BEHIND THE WHEEL

After six-year pursuit of a license, Bibler enjoys freedom of driving For most high school students, taking driver’s ed and obtaining a learner’s permit is that all-important first step in getting a driver’s license. Hannah Bibler took that step at least three times before finally earning her driver’s license in November 2019. “In total, I […]

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SLICE OF LIFE

Mullins translates his love for pizza into Pizza Connoisseurs of Columbus following Five years ago, Nakimba Mullins (WC ’93) was driving down Westerville Road in Westerville when he saw something that made him stop in his tracks. It was a person carrying a pizza box out of Pasqualone’s Ristorante. “I never knew they had pizza […]

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LAW & ORDER

Cunningham finds perfect niche to begin her career as a lawyer Growing up, Emily Cunningham (WC ’12) knew she wanted to go into law. What field she was going to go into was the big question. “I wanted to be a lawyer for JAG (Judicial Advocate General Corps, a branch of the military that is […]

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THE WARRIOR INITIATIVE: BUILDING COMMUNITY ONE FAMILY, ONE STUDENT AT A TIME

New campaign seeks to grow community through funding three specific projects We were created by God for life-giving community and authentic relationships. Knowing others and being known by others are the substance of human flourishing, innate to how God created us. This truth is part of the fabric of Worthington Christian School. School leaders have […]

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Karen Dixon

GROWING HER OWN BUSINESS

A love of flowers, customers fuels Dixon’s florist ‘ministry’ When her niece Sami Dixon was getting married, Karen Dixon (WC ‘80) wanted to find a way she could help with the ceremony, so she volunteered to arrange the flowers. There was just one problem, however. “I’d never done a single arrangement,” said Dixon. “Much to […]

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