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The Ohio State University

2100 Neil Ave. 301 Fisher Hall

Columbus, Ohio 43210

United States

Company Description

The Ohio State University at Marion serves as one of five regional campuses to the Columbus main campus. As a regional campus, Marion offers the same excellent resources and faculty that you would expect from Ohio State, all within the environment of a s ... more

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Affiliations

Board Member
Ashland Alliance Corporation

Board Member
Paramount Arts Center

Board Member
Ramey-Estep Children's Home

Board Member
King Daughter's Medical Center Foundation

Cofounder
Malt Beverage Education Corporation of Kentucky

Member of EXECUTIVE BOARD
Foundation for the Tri-State Community Inc

Member, Board of Trustees
Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity Inc

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the Ohio State University

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Phi Kappa Psi Foundation: Trustees

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W. Guy Spriggs, Ohio State '71

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W. Guy Spriggs Guy joined the Foundation's Board of Trustees in the winter of 2010. He was initiated into Phi Kappa Psi at the Ohio State University, where he graduated in 1974 with a degree in finance.
After graduation, Brother Spriggs returned to the family business in 1976 as a wine salesman. He then founded Eagle Distributing in Ashland, KY in 1980 and now serves as Chairman of the Board for Anheuser-Busch operations in Huntington WV, Ironton OH, and Ashland KY. All three operations are recognized in their states as being the market leaders in execution.
Guy is not only an active and involved businessman but also is a highly motivated and dedicated volunteer. He continues to devote significant time to serving in leadership roles with various non-profits including the Jackson Grove Methodist Church and Spartanburg Methodist College. In past years, he has been involved as a board member for the Ashland Alliance, Ashland Salvation Army, Ironton City Schools Foundation, King Daughter's Medical Center Foundation, Paramount Arts Center and the Ramey-Estep Children's Home. Guy is also cofounder of the Malt Beverage Education Corporation of Kentucky, a nationally recognized program which deals with fighting underage drinking in Kentucky.
In 2001, Guy was the co-chairman of Ohio University's successful $5M capital campaign and in 2002, he served as Chairman of the Kentucky Highland Museum's $1.5M capital campaign while also co-chairing Kentucky Community and Technical College System's $4M campaign.
Guy's passion for community and volunteer involvement continues to be recognized. In 2003, he received the Tri-State's Leadership & Community Service Award in honor of his commitment and impact on the tri-state community. He was also nominated by U.S.
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Guy currently resides in Campobello, South Carolina on a horse farm with his wife Lisa, a retired attorney.
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Guy relaxes by playing a round of golf and enjoys cooking.


Officers

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W. Guy Spriggs, Vice Chairman - OhioPresidentEagle Distributing Company


Spriggs honored for philanthropy in Appalachia

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Spriggs honored for philanthropy in Appalachia

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IRONTON -- When it comes to giving back to his community, W. Guy Spriggs is quite a guy.
Spriggs, an Ashland resident and an Ironton native, has been named an outstanding philanthropist by the Foundation for Appalachian Ohio.The award was presented during a luncheon earlier this month in Zanesville.
For the past five years, Spriggs has donated more than $250,000 to community projects in the Tri-State.One year, the donation was some $400,000.
"I,ve been extremely blessed," Spriggs said."I,m trying to share my blessings.It,s important to try to help out those who really need help in this community.There,s a lot of need here.There are a lot of people out there who go to bed hungry or who can,t read."
Spriggs learned the lesson about giving back to the community from his parents."The Spriggs family has always tried to be an important part of their community," he said Tuesday.
He was nominated for the award by Mary Witten Wiseman, president of the Foundation for the Tri-State Community.
"They were looking for people from Appalachian Ohio who made a difference in the Appalachian Ohio region," she said.
The purpose of the philanthropic recognition luncheon which honored 10 people from the 29-county region in Appalachian Ohio is to try to promote giving back to the community, she said.
While the area covers a third of the counties in the state, it,s home to only 14 percent of the state population and holds less than 2 percent of the state,s charitable assets.
Spriggs, a former principal at Spriggs Distributing in Ironton, Eagle Distributing in Ashland and Eagle Distributing in Huntington, is "semi-retired now."
He is a past president of the Ironton City Schools Foundation and chairman of the Ohio University-Southern capital campaign.He has supported a number of different projects and organizations in the Tri-State as chairman of the Guy Spriggs Charitable Trust.
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"Someone told me that if you want to build a better America, start by building better Americans," Spriggs said."I believe in programs that teach people values and respect."
In 2000, Spriggs established a scholarship program at Marshall University, Shawnee State University, Ohio University-Southern and Ashland Community and Technical College for the children of local law enforcement officers and firefighters.


Spriggs honored for philanthropy in Appalachia

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Spriggs honored for philanthropy in Appalachia

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IRONTON -- When it comes to giving back to his community, W. Guy Spriggs is quite a guy.
Spriggs, an Ashland resident and an Ironton native, has been named an outstanding philanthropist by the Foundation for Appalachian Ohio.The award was presented during a luncheon earlier this month in Zanesville.
For the past five years, Spriggs has donated more than $250,000 to community projects in the Tri-State.One year, the donation was some $400,000.
"I,ve been extremely blessed," Spriggs said."I,m trying to share my blessings.It,s important to try to help out those who really need help in this community.There,s a lot of need here.There are a lot of people out there who go to bed hungry or who can,t read."
Spriggs learned the lesson about giving back to the community from his parents."The Spriggs family has always tried to be an important part of their community," he said Tuesday.
He was nominated for the award by Mary Witten Wiseman, president of the Foundation for the Tri-State Community.
"They were looking for people from Appalachian Ohio who made a difference in the Appalachian Ohio region," she said.
The purpose of the philanthropic recognition luncheon which honored 10 people from the 29-county region in Appalachian Ohio is to try to promote giving back to the community, she said.
While the area covers a third of the counties in the state, it,s home to only 14 percent of the state population and holds less than 2 percent of the state,s charitable assets.
Spriggs, a former principal at Spriggs Distributing in Ironton, Eagle Distributing in Ashland and Eagle Distributing in Huntington, is "semi-retired now."
He is a past president of the Ironton City Schools Foundation and chairman of the Ohio University-Southern capital campaign.He has supported a number of different projects and organizations in the Tri-State as chairman of the Guy Spriggs Charitable Trust.
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"Someone told me that if you want to build a better America, start by building better Americans," Spriggs said."I believe in programs that teach people values and respect."
In 2000, Spriggs established a scholarship program at Marshall University, Shawnee State University, Ohio University-Southern and Ashland Community and Technical College for the children of local law enforcement officers and firefighters.


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Eagle Distributing Co. - W. Guy Spriggs

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