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Heintschel said,

“The lessons I learned as a

caddie at Inverness helped

me throughout my college

days and then extended tomy

career at Marathon. Insights

into the personalities of

the people I worked for

and came to know at the




The confidence I gained

from interacting with the

members and professional

staff at Inverness is

leveraged personally and

professionally to this day.”

Jay earned his Evans




graduated from The Ohio

State University and was

hired by Marathon Oil in

1978. While working for

Marathon, Jay earned his

MBA from Bowling Green

State University in 1980. He

is currently in his 38



with the company and holds

the position ofVice President,

Business Development.

Jay, like so many Evans

Scholar alumni, continues

to be involved with fund

raising and the efforts of the

Evans Scholars Foundation.

Whenever his schedule

permits, he attends the annual

selection committeemeetings

where high school senior

finalists are interviewed for

an Evans Scholarship.

A few years ago, after his wife

attended one of the selection

committee meetings with

Jay, she suggested they

needed to find a way to

become more involved with

the Evans Scholars program.

As a result, the Heintschel’s

funded an Endowed Name

Scholarship to award a

worthy female caddy an

Evans Scholarship with full

paid room and tuition to The

Ohio State University.

Jay feels he never could

have achieved the level of

success in life and his career

without the invaluable

lessons learned as a caddie.

Continuing the spirit of other

Evans Scholars that have

found success, he is giving

back to grow and promote


Evans Scholars program

for other worthy caddies.

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