Carey Spurs on to IHSA Stock Seat Nationals (May 3-4, 2014)
The reigning (and “reining”) high point rider of the Intercollegiate Horse Show Assocation’s Region 4 represents their school as an individual at the IHSA National Championships, and this year it was junior Morgan Carey (Hemlock/Saint Charles Community) who earned this honor.
Carey traveled with stock seat team coach Denise Webber to Harrisburg, PA in order to compete on May 3 and 4 in the AQHA High Point Rider Rail and Reining divisions. Although she finished out of reach of the ribbons, her respectable 13th placing was nothing short of impressive when pitted against the best reining riders at the college level in the country. Carey left Harrisburg after her second trip to Nationals with her head held high and more experience under her belt.
After qualifying to compete at Nationals, Carey was named Albion’s stock seat team MVP, winning the Margaret Sindt Western Horsemanship Award, a perpetual trophy that was presented at the annual equestrian awards banquet.
Carey Spurs on to IHSA Stock Seat Nationals
The reigning (and "reining") high point rider of the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association's Region 4 represents their school as an individual at the IHSA National Championships, and this year it was junior Morgan Carey (Hemlock/Saint Charles Community) who earned this honor.
Professional Association: Attorney and Member, Bodman PLC, Detroit, Michigan.
Education: Albion College, B.A., 1974; Washington & Lee University, Doctor of Jurisprudence, 1977.
Stephen Greenhalgh graduated from Albion in 1974. Upon graduation he continued his educa-tion attaining, his degree as a Doctor of Jurisprudence from Washington & Lee University Law School in 1977. Mr. Greenhalgh is an attorney and partner at Bodman PLC, in Detroit, Michigan.
Mr. Greenhalgh’s expertise consists of banking law, corporate, law, and real estate law with sub-stantial experience in securities law. He is affiliated with the State Bar of Michigan, the Ameri-can Bar Association, the Federal Bar Association and had been admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court.
While attending Albion, Mr. Greenhalgh played baseball and in 1999, he and his championship team were inducted into the Albion College Athletic Hall of Fame.
Over the years, Mr. Greenhalgh has been an active participant in the Albion College community. He has served on various committees including the Campaign Leadership committee and the De-troit Event committee. Mr. Greenhalgh supported the Julian Rammelkamp endowed professor-ship drive and is currently serving as the Alumni Annual Fund Chair.
Stephen and his wife Susan (’75 alumna) have supported additional campus projects including the science complex renovation and the Morely Fraser Field Drive. They wife have two daugh-ters, Meghan and Elyse, both of whom attended private, liberal arts colleges. They reside in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan.
Mr. Greenhalgh serves as an Albion College Trustee because…
of his strong belief in the value of a liberal arts education experienced in a small college setting, the positive role that participation in Division III intercollegiate athletics can play in a student-athlete’s life, and his commitment to Albion College in particular.
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