Daniel Ostrander is a Family Medicine specialist practicing in Spokane Valley, WA and holds an MPH from the University of Washington. Currently affiliated with Providence Vascular Institute he also practices at MultiCare Valley Hospital.
He has worked as an Intern Stylist at EXPRESS Magazine, Fashion Department Intern at Marie Claire Magazine and French/Italian Market Intern for Harper’s BAZAAR Magazine. Additionally, he volunteers his services with the American Red Cross.
Early Life and Education
Daniel Ostrander began his fashion industry career as a Stylist/Fashion Expert at EXPRESS magazine. Since then, he has held French/Italian Market Intern positions at both GLAMOUR and Ted Baker and served as Accessories Closet Intern at both companies respectively. Additionally, Daniel worked as both Creative Producer at Hearst Magazines as well as Senior Creative Producer on Harper’s BAZAAR magazine.
He has served on both the Cato Village Board and Bloomingrove Reformed Church in Defreestville. Additionally, he is a grandfather to three and veteran of the Army.
Glenn lives by his motto of: “Serve humanity; take nothing from anyone; give everything to all; harm nobody.” He is involved with Eaton County 4-H programs as well as volunteering for Special Riding for Handicapped Children (SRHC). Additionally, he attends The First Presbyterian Church of Mansfield as an active member.
Daniel Ostrander is currently the Associate Director, Production at Movers+Shakers in New York and has been working in this industry since 2010. Since that time he has held various roles such as Stylist/Fashion Expert and Sales Professional.
He has previously worked as a Freelance Stylist Intern, Fashion Department Intern at Marie Claire and French/Italian Market Intern at Harper’s BAZAAR.
Dr. Daniel Ostrander is a Family Medicine specialist practicing in Spokane Valley, WA. A graduate from UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON and affiliated with Providence Holy Family Hospital, he accepts multiple insurance plans and serves on the Spokane Valley Medical Society board of trustees as well as meeting Presidents Ford and Nixon and writing books about American History – in addition to serving on Shasta College and Butte College faculties as faculty.
Achievement and Honors
At Memphis magazine and ArtsMemphis’ annual Ostrander Awards event, theater audiences celebrated another stellar season of shows and performers in our local theater community. Co-sponsored by Memphis magazine and ArtsMemphis, it honors actors, designers, directors and productions that made an impression during last season – this time named in memory of late Memphis actor Jim Ostrander who passed away last May.
Theatre Memphis reigned supreme at this year’s ceremony, winning 28 of 31 awards given out. Their production of The Play That Goes Wrong garnered top honors as well as awards for director Ann Marie Hall and supporting actress Amy Rush.
Crist has garnered multiple Ostrander nominations and wins as a stage director, including Tony Kushner’s Disgraced as well as Christopher Durang’s Chekhovian comedies Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike.
Daniel Ostrander is married and the proud parent of two children and five grandchildren. Additionally, he holds memberships in both American Legion and Ducks Unlimited.
He was deeply involved in church work, particularly primary Sunday school labors. A passionate Christian and skilled preacher, he will long be remembered.
He was a member of both Avoca United Methodist Church and Avoca Lions Club, leaving behind his wife of the former Margaret Jennie Wightman; three sons and daughters-in-law Richard and Richlynnn Ostrander from River Falls; Kenneth Ostrander with Roberta Ostrander in McFarland; Janice Baum with David Baum from Sanibel Island Florida as well as six grandsons and two great grandsons; his parents and one sister predeceased him.
She leaves two daughters and one son-in-law behind: Carol Seeger of Canton and Nancy Ostrander from Avoca; five grandchildren and six great-grandchildren; her brother William Strate from Russell; as well as many nieces and nephews.
She was an active member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Merrill and its Altar Society, Women’s Club, and past president of YWCA.
Ostrander owned 25,424 units of ON Semiconductor stock worth more than $4,684,470 as of March 17, 2020, worth an estimated value of over $4.684,470 according to Form 4 filings with the SEC. He made 13 trades of its shares since 2016 using Form 4. He also owned over one million dollars worth of real estate and founded The Ostrander Group which offers consulting services for tech industry.