Crew leader Caleb Rodgers has quite the resume as a senior at Clayton High School. Caleb is a National Honor Society member, varsity soccer captain, and officer in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes as well as a being a valuable member of the #AutobellTeam. He is also the Capital Area Soccer League Hamilton Sportsmanship Award two-time winner, Homecoming King and his junior class president. He even started his own business selling high-end archery equipment online. He received a Presidential scholarship at Campbell University and plans to pursue a Masters in Business Administration.
A model #AutobellTeam member who’s always striving for improvement, Ryan Morris serves as both Varsity baseball captain and Varsity defensive football captain at Great Bridge High School, where he was named All-Tidewater defensive end and an honorable mention for the National Honor Society for academics.
Now a senior, #AutobellTeam member Trevor Landrum played Junior Varsity and then Varsity baseball throughout his Poquoson High School career. He’s also a DECA member, where his presentation on customer relations earned a first place nomination at the state competition. Carrying a 3.5 GPA, Trevor will study Business at Roanoke College in the fall, with plans to pursue a Masters degree.
A National Honor Society and #AutobellTeam member, Cynthia Brown is part of the U-18 national soccer team pool, placing her among the future elite of the sport for which she garnered a full athletic scholarship to Radford University. She was also kicker for Wilson High’s football team and became the first female to throw a touchdown in Virginia high school league history with a 52-yard pass. Cynthia volunteers at local soccer camps and coaches for Churchland Soccer League.
An outstanding member of the #AutobellTeam managing staff, Sierra Yonker finished high school with a 3.5 GPA. She’s volunteered over 300 hours with Autism Buddies, which takes children with autism on field trips. A outdoorswoman who enjoys fishing, hunting, and camping, Sierra’s college plans focus on a double major in Criminology and Criminal Justice.
Jake Carter has been an #AutobellTeam member since 2012, and his great work ethic and customer service skills quickly propelled him into management that first year. Having just earned a BS in Chemistry & Mathematics at Barton College, where he was an active member of the Honors Program, he’s now enrolled in Wake Forest University, working on his PhD in Chemistry.
A 3.5 unweighted GPA puts Tori in the top 20 of her senior class at Knightdale High. She’s also excelled at work since becoming an #AutobellTeam member in April. A four-year letterman in varsity soccer who also runs cross country and plays basketball, Tori will head to East Carolina U. in Fall 2016.
A full-ride signee at Old Dominion University, pitcher Andrew Moyer excels academically and athletically while bringing his great attitude and work ethic to the Virginia #AutobellTeam. The 6’6” Woodside HS sports star earned a 3.8 GPA, participated in Operation Smile and Pep Club, and racked up accolades along the way such as All-TCIS (Tidewater Conference of Independent Schools), 1st team-6A Schools, 1st team All-State, and Peninsula District Player of the Year.
Graduating High School with a 3.8 GPA, Autobell® employee Brandon Fogleman is headed to Alamance Comm. College this fall with plans for a firefighting career. He’s also captain & 2nd baseman for local baseball team the Marlins, undefeated for 5 years. #AutobellTeam
Autobell® Chief Technical Officer Bob Thomas has been tearing up the pavement lately with impressive results. In a run of recent 5K competitions, he’s had five 1st place finishes, six 2nds, and two 3rds in the age 60-69 division and a steadily improving best time that currently stands at 23:07. #AutobellTeam
A Manager for over 2 years, DeShawn Underwood is a senior at Kennesaw State studying Communications and was recently elected Executive Youth Director at Grace Community Christian Church. He was also a head counselor for 6 yrs. at Camp Nehemiah for Math & Science. #AutobellTeam
James “Graves” Joyner
Graves Joyner rings up great customer service running the Millbrook Rd. Autobell® register, a position at which he excels after only a short time on the job. He maintains a 4.5 GPA as a senior at Needham B. Broughton High School, where he plays Varsity Tennis. He’s also a member of Young Life and enjoys fishing on his days off. #AutobellTeam
Autobell® employee Mohamed Alzer is in step with success as a senior at Nash Central High School, with positions in the marching & jazz bands and soccer & tennis teams. He also served a term as President of the National Honor Society. He attends UNC-Chapel Hill and is pursuing an athletic training undergrad and doctorate in physical therapy. #AutobellTeam