The president and longtime attorney of Richmond law firm Hirschler set out today, at 2 a.m. Central European Time, in hopes of becoming the first woman to solo swim the roughly 15-mile Fehmarn Belt strait both ways, and to beat a male swimmer’s record time in the process.
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The executive director of the Richmond nonprofit is riding next week in RAGBRAI, a 500-mile bike ride across Iowa, raising funds for Sportable along the way.
“I don’t need to go and put on a show anymore, but this is to show my kids, ‘Before you knew me, this is what I was doing,” Ray said of his upcoming appearance at the Hall of Fame Classic in Cooperstown.
The executive with Commonwealth Commercial spends much of his free time hunting and fishing, both by land in Charles City and by sea in Mathews County.
From cross-country cycling to fishing to kiteboarding, Richmond’s business people continued to find their own ways to keep their work lives balanced in 2022.
“I said I really would like to start to get some business in the marine, boating and fishing industry, just thinking, ‘OK, I love to do those things; how awesome would it be to work in the industry as well?’” Commonwealth PR’s Brian Chandler said.
“We’ve all kited with a lot of people, but I think the four of us have depended a lot on each other in bad situations. This is definitely the A-team,” Jeff Friend said of the group that includes a fellow dental practitioner, a rock climbing gym co-owner and a real estate investor.
The recently retired executive embarks this weekend on a solo 4,500-mile “bikepacking” adventure to raise awareness and funds for a Richmond nonprofit.
Dr. Charles Joyner is making his acting debut in “Chaos of Spirit,” a play that opens this week in Dominion Energy Center’s Gottwald Playhouse.
One year into his role as the CEO, Brian Trader has made himself at home — and made a seasonal home out of his office for his personal plant collection.