Benjamin Owens serves as Director of IMSERC, which serves as the Chemistry Department’s primary, combined analytical instrumentation core facility. He oversees operations and directs strategic vision for this facility.
He has extensive experience representing corporate borrowers as well as investment banks and commercial banks in secured and unsecured financing transactions.
Early Life and Education
Ben Owens is an award-winning artist whose works have been showcased in several magazines and won multiple awards. Additionally, he serves as a professor at Rochester Institute of Technology where he teaches. Recently he also worked on developing software designed to maintain traditional artistic techniques as computers invade our creative lives.
He hails from Hibbing, Minnesota and attended Divine Child High School in Dearborn before going on to study mechanical engineering at the University of Virginia where he earned both undergraduate and graduate degrees in that discipline.
Through his career, Dr. Reuter made over 9,000 house calls and delivered 4,358 babies – an extraordinary achievement given the time period. Additionally, he taught and mentored local nurses while acting as advisor for Duluth Doctors on Call television program.
Owens was widely revered and respected on Minnesota’s Iron Range for his dedication to his community, where he delivered thousands of babies annually as well as visiting hospitals and patients for visits – according to one estimate, over 4,358 deliveries had taken place during one year alone! According to Hibbing Daily Tribune articles –
Owens excelled in his second season with the 49ers by recording a career-best 81 receptions and 15 touchdowns, breaking their single season receptions record while also becoming an All-Pro selection.
Owens continued his lobby for a new contract during this period. He threatened not to report for training camp until he received what he desired; ultimately, however, he was forced to report under his existing agreement; remaining with the team until 2004.
Achievement and Honors
Benjamin Owens has received many honors and achievements throughout his life. These awards recognize his philanthropy and commitment to his profession; additionally, his works can be found displayed at galleries nationwide.
Owens has taken steps to maintain traditional skills as computers have entered the creative landscape. At Rochester Institute of Technology, he established the Book Illustration & Construction program aimed at teaching students traditional bookmaking methods.
Ben is a graduate of Madison Central High School in Wisconsin and will attend William Carey University in Hattiesburg, Mississippi to compete in Cross Country and Track – recently placing sixth at the 2022 MHSAA 6A Cross Country Championships!
Benjamin Owens was a loving husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather and friend. A lifelong fan of both the Eagles and Flyers, Benjamin loved hunting trips with Mitsi, Waggy, and Little Foot at his cabin in Tioga County.
He was an avid reader and dedicated to the preservation of traditional skills sets. At Rochester Institute of Technology he established the Book Illustration & Construction program so as not to see these traditions disappear with computers becoming part of creative production processes.
He was survived by his wife Cindy; children Amy Tidwell (Jim), Ben Owens, Talie Owens, Tim Owens; grandchildren Trisha, Tyler Taylor Patrick Brandon Jessica Tristan as well as great-grandchildren Jeremy & Christina he was laid to rest at Fairview Cemetery located in Douglas Township Madrid Boone County Iowa
Owen Benjamin is a well-known TV actor, earning approximately $800 Thousand annually. Additionally, he is known for being a stand-up comedian. Benjamin has appeared on many popular shows like All’s Faire in Love, Sullivan & Son, Pretend Time and Gaytown and Comedy Central Presents – to name just a few.
Born at State University of New York at Plattsburgh and graduating with his BA from its student-run station Plattsburgh State TV, Jean Troy Smith began her television career alongside both of her parents who both taught there as professors.
He stands 6 feet 7 inches and weighs 105 kg, boasting blue eyes. A huge fan of the Denver Broncos, he also supports conservative politics as an active member of Turning Point USA.