Steve Dragoo and Steven Eddy
Steven Eddy is a hand surgeon in Indiana specializing in injuries and complications affecting hands, fingers, wrists, forearms, and elbows. His training equips him to assess each patient individually to determine if surgery is required.
Recent accolades for him include winning first prize at both the Oratorio Society of New York’s Lyndon Woodside oratorio-solo competition and Joy in Singing Music Sessions 2015. He was also selected as a Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions finalist.
Early Life and Education
As Manager of Government Relations for Tucson Electric Power and UniSource Energy Services, Eddy represents their policies before federal, state and local elected officials while building relationships with local stakeholders and trade associations.
He was awarded first place at both the 2019 Oratorio Society of New York Lyndon Woodside Oratorio-Solo Competition and 2015 Joy in Singing Debut Artist Award. Additionally, his recital experience includes performances as a featured artist at Brooklyn Art Song Society and LyricFest Philadelphia as well as featured recital projects as a Marc & Eva Stern Fellow with SongFest at Colburn.
Dr. Steven Eddy holds a 4.7 rating on Healthgrades and treats conditions including Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Elbow Sprain. Additionally, he is affiliated with various hospitals such as Cameron Memorial Community Hospital and Lutheran Hospital Of Indiana in his area.
As Director of Business Development for EDDY Foods, Steve Dragoo focuses on strengthening both people and brands at his organization. He serves as mentor to young businesspeople while working alongside committed professionals to gain new perspectives, while simultaneously working toward implementing innovative ideas with great customers and partners of his company.
Eddy is an accomplished concert artist and Baroque music specialist, appearing as a soloist with Seraphic Fire, Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, True Concord Voices & Orchestra, Spire Chamber Ensemble, American Classical Orchestra, Sacred Music in a Sacred Space by Brooklyn Art Song Society as a Marc & Eva Stern Fellow for Philadelphia Lyric Fest; additionally being one of five Regional Finalists for Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions.
As a regular guest on local radio show “The Conversation”, and has been profiled in print and online publications, he can often be found working out, reading, performing karaoke, traveling and cheering for his favorite pro sports teams in his free time.
Achievement and Honors
Steven Eddy is an exceptional young singer with an expansive repertoire that spans opera, oratorio, and art song. His success includes winning 1st prize at the Oratorio Society of New York’s 2019 Lyndon Woodside Oratorio-Solo Competition; Joy in Singing Music Sessions winner (2015); Regional Finalist in Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions (2016) and an honoree at Joy in Singing Music Sessions 2016.
He has performed as a soloist with Seraphic Fire, True Concord Voices and Orchestra, Spire Chamber Ensemble, Clarion Music Society, American Classical Orchestra, Sacred Music in a Sacred Space by Manhattan Concert Productions, Handel Choir of Baltimore Choral Arts Philadelphia as well as Bach Vespers at Holy Trinity.
Mr. Browne is also the creator and chairman of the LAEDC Eddy Awards program, honoring individuals, organizations, and educational institutions that have contributed to inclusive economic development within Los Angeles and its environs. Additionally, he serves on many local and national non-profit boards.
As Manager of Government Relations at Tucson Electric Power and UniSource Energy Services, Eddy represents their policies with federal, state, and local elected officials and community stakeholders as well as industry trade organizations.
Attracted by Baroque music, he has performed with Seraphic Fire, Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, American Classical Orchestra, Sacred Music in a Sacred Space (Sacred Music in a Sacred Space ), American Bach Soloists Academy, Spire Chamber Ensemble Choral Arts Philadelphia, and Handel Choir of Baltimore among many other ensembles.
He is survived by his wife Mary of Moorhead and his children Hope Heflin of West Fargo (Married to Michael Heflin), Heather McDonald (married to Ryan McDonald), Kara Jenkins of Germantown Maryland (Nate Jenkins), Chad Eddy of Moorhead, Vickie Ostendorf of Moorhead and Wade Eddy all from Moorhead; plus six grandchildren.
Steven Eddy has earned an estimated net worth between $1 million to $9 million through professional baseball and investments/business endeavors.
Menzies has also made strides in construction industry through real estate development and his participation in Southern Nevada Home Builders Association, building several highrises. Additionally, his portfolio now includes framing door & trim companies Focus Framing Door & Trim (FF&T), GTI (Ground Treatment International), and Focus Concrete businesses – as well as framing services by Focus Framing Door & Trim, GTI and Focus Concrete respectively.
He is an enthusiastic off-road racer, regularly competing in different competitions. Additionally, his company Applied has designed and manufactured numerous off-road vehicles for various companies and individuals; receiving awards for design engineering innovation.