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John Studer is a principal at HS Design, located in Gladstone, United States.
Jon is an accomplished healthcare executive with extensive leadership and organizational development expertise. His passion lies in breaking down complex ideas into achievable, doable steps that lead to progress.
Early Life and Education
John Studer was born on March 15, 1939 in Minneapolis, Minnesota to Donald J. and Marguerite A. Studer (nee Armitage). Surviving him are his wife of 57 years, Doris; son David Studer; daughter Kris Tackett; grandchildren Mishka and Dylan Studer both of Little Rock; Daniel Eubanks of Perryville; Corey Cassidy of Hot Springs; great-grandchild Alice Tackett also of Hot Springs; plus two nieces Michelle Zehender and Vicky Inneger both from Little Rock.
He attended the University of Notre Dame, earning his bachelor’s degree in 1960. Additionally, he earned a law degree at William Mitchell College of Law and was admitted to the bar in 1964. Throughout his career as both a United States Navy officer and judge, as well as an author, he never missed an opportunity.
Professionally, John Studer has been an influential force in the business world for over four decades. As an accomplished and well-rounded executive, his reputation includes developing individuals and teams within a diverse, goals-driven culture.
He has held leadership roles in Digital Marketing, IT portfolio management and LEAN supply chain innovation. Additionally, he was responsible for implementing Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software into North American Manufacturing operations as well as Global Chemicals & Perfumes operations.
He is an expert in human resources, having assisted organizations create new HR operating models and successfully prepare employees for their new roles and responsibilities. Furthermore, he has represented clients regarding permitting, compliance and enforcement matters with numerous federal and state agencies.
Achievements and Honors
Studer has earned numerous accolades for his contributions to healthcare and community development. As the founder of a healthcare consulting firm that assisted over 1,000 organizations achieve greater performance levels, Studer earned recognition in both fields.
Studer Group achieved great success, earning multiple awards such as the 2010 Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award and being named Master of Business by Inc. In 2015 he sold Studer Group to pursue his passion for leadership development within communities.
From 1997 to 2015, John served as a senior lecturer and professor of English at Ohio State Marion. During this time, he earned the Griffin Society Teaching Award, Babich Writing Award and John Mount Academic Excellence Award.
John was a true 21st century Renaissance Man, enjoying many interests. He was an inventive cook, voracious reader, part time farmer and passionate gardener. Most of all though, John loved his family and enjoyed exploring Minnesota’s majestic lakes – something he took great joy in doing every day!
He was an ardent Notre Dame fan and enjoyed watching his team play whenever possible. Additionally, he enjoyed spending time with his dogs, riding his bike and going for walks in the woods.
He was a beloved husband, father, grandfather of five children and grandfather to seven grandchildren. He will be sorely missed by all those who knew and loved him. Preceded in death by his parents and brother, he is survived by Margie Studer Montgomery, his beloved wife of 65 years; sister Teresa with her husband Jim MacCartee (Carl d. and Jeanne Studer-Hansen); Mary Moore with Don (Anne Koval), Michael with Joanna (his spouse) will all also survive him).
Quint Studer, co-owner of the Pensacola Blue Wahoos minor league baseball team and philanthropist, founded healthcare consulting firm Studer Group and owns hundreds of acres in downtown real estate with his wife Rishy. Additionally, they’ve donated to Lacey A Collier Snoezelen Complex – a sensory impaired children’s facility – and Zoo Northwest Florida.
Nicholas Studer’s estimated net worth as of 28 February 2022 is $561 thousand dollars. He owns at least 3,464 units of Marsh & McLennan Cos stock and has made multiple trades of this stock since 2022; most recently on February 28th worth $561,099 per piece – this being his largest trade ever and adding it to a total of 866 since 2021.