Financial Advisor – Steven Slaughter
Steve loves meeting visitors to the Hickory Aviation Museum and providing them with tours of our displays. Additionally, he appreciates learning opportunities and engaging discussions at monthly meetings, social functions, and Crosswind Cafe’s Meatloaf Day!
Kohl provided evidence in support of her contention that, during negotiations and drafting for both agreements (1999 and 2005), Slaughter made every proposal for such provisions to grant ownership or partnership rights in Corazon and its retail stores. Kohl consistently rejected such proposals.
Early Life and Education
Steven Carl Slaughter was born and raised on his grandfather’s farm near Grand Rapids, Michigan. He enjoyed helping people and was an active member of Harvest Baptist Church. Additionally, he enjoyed rebuilding Allis Chalmers antique tractors and Jeepsters from different models, serving as president for both Brown County Antique Tractor Club and Midstates Jeepster Association at times. Steven and his wife enjoyed traveling extensively together.
Starting his career at Thom Mayne’s Morphosis Architects studio, Slaughter quickly expanded his horizons across international practices ranging from retail boutiques and residences to large civic and institutional projects. To challenge conventional architectural orthodoxy further he co-founded PHAT: an innovative four-person multidisciplinary design collaborative.
Since 2011, Slaughter has taught 11 architecture and interior design studios at the University of Cincinnati. Two senior capstone courses he instructed earned Metropolis Magazine’s Director’s Choice Award while another garnered Honorable Mention status from the 2014 International Contemporary Furniture Fair.
Slaughter began his professional architecture career after earning his Master of Architecture at Ohio State University and working for Thom Mayne’s Morphosis studio, under which he collaborated on projects ranging from retail boutiques and restaurants to large-scale private, civic, and institutional works. Slaughter has exhibited at Studio Museum Harlem; Center for Architecture New York; Fonds Regional d’Art Contemporain’s Young Architects Exhibition Orleans France among others.
Slaughter made two guest appearances on Comedy Central’s Tosh.0 as himself in two episodes. In these, he clothed Daniel Tosh with clotheslines before placing David Wills into a Cobra Clutch. Additionally, Slaughter appeared in Code Monkeys for short while and voiced an adult version of himself for WWE Network exclusive series Camp WWE; finally hosting his own podcast called The Survivor Series as host.
Achievement and Honors
The HSA John Ace-Hopkins Memorial Award aims to recognize significant advances in humane slaughter science. Professor Neville Gregory from Bristol University Stunning and Slaughter Group was selected this year as its winner, due to his research which demonstrated how improvements in transport, husbandry and stunning can lead to more humane slaughter processes.
Since joining the University of Cincinnati in 2011, Slaughter has taught 11 architecture studios and two interior design courses as well as one first year planning graphic course and foundation design seminar. He co-teaches a design competition studio and serves on one student’s graduate architecture thesis committee as Second Chair. His practice and research explore experimental practices which challenge conventional architectural orthodoxy while questioning contemporary discourse shortfalls.
He was an active member of Harvest Baptist Church and enjoyed playing golf with his best friend Randy Tillman and spending time with his grandchildren. He was dedicated servant to God who loved helping others.
He is adept at handling all aspects of corporate tax work, from mergers, acquisitions and disposals to business structuring (including transfer pricing) generally. In addition, he frequently assists clients under HMRC’s high risk corporates programme as well as in conducting detailed tax investigations.
On Tuesday in court, Bonsib testified that prosecutors have alleged Slaughter approached Valdivia on the train and demanded money, using expletives against him while making eye contact and coming within two to three feet of each other at one point, according to Bonsib.
Steven Slaughter is a financial advisor with Hantz Financial Services, Inc. He has 11 years of experience and holds a Series 66 license as a licensed securities agent; additionally, he registered as an investment advisor representative. Based out of Southfield, Michigan.
Slaughter is a partner in the firm’s infrastructure, energy and natural resources practice group and specializes in financing and investment of projects. His clients include oil and gas majors, private equity firms and banks looking for project acquisition finance solutions.
Slaughter’s work is driven by ideals of change, unorthodoxy and justice – ideals that have manifested themselves through his ongoing collaborations with non-profit organizations geared toward urban advancement. Additionally, Slaughter is thrilled about taking up his new leadership role in Brooklyn as well as discovering more about architecture’s relationship to shaping communities it creates.