Adam Shipley

Adam Shipley

Adam Shipley was an early Maryland landowner who amassed over 1000 acres across four counties: Anne Arundel, Howard, Carroll and Baltimore.

Adam Shipley and Henry Shipley were members of Anne Arundel County militia who fought at Brandywine and Germantown during the Revolutionary War, earning recognition from Maryland general William Smallwood who described them as being among “evidently the worst corps in Militia.”

Early Life and Education

Adam was the first human ever created according to Genesis in the Bible and has also been called “the first man” or “first human” by several authors.

As a name, Adam may trace its roots back to Hebrew Adm (‘adam), meaning “to become red,” or Akkadian adamu, meaning “make.” However, it could have also come from either of the following two Greek words that mean “earth:

Adam was not only celebrated as part of the Old Testament, but was also often the focus of later Judaism and Christianity myths and legends such as Adam and Eve’s story – today it is commonly used as an allusion to humanity or individual humans as a collective entity.

Professional Career

Adam Shipley is an attorney in New York City specializing in corporate and transactional law. He has advised buyers and sellers in numerous acquisitions of companies, growth capital transactions, cross-border deals and transactions involving cross-border investors.

He provides advice to clients spanning industrial, manufacturing, healthcare, life sciences and energy sectors as well as leading the firm’s transactional risk advisory team.

Youth Soccer Clubs of America. He works to provide optimal learning environments for young athletes by integrating education, performance, and athletic elements to maximize potential.

Achievement and Honors

Adam Shipley earned both the Austin College Athletic Hall of Honor and Founders Medal during his 22-year military service, including two recalls to active duty for OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM and OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM as well as becoming the first certified Athletic Trainer at Naval Academy Preparatory School. His athletic career was not without honors – as evidenced by these accolades from Austin College as well.

Shipley was the first to put an eponymous sign on the roof of Austin College gymnasium and responsible for one of its most successful football promotions in school history. Additionally, as Austin College’s longest serving director of athletics he played an instrumental role in several notable achievements like reviving its varsity program, renovating campus facilities, constructing an athletic complex complex and initiating its very first Division I football program for senate school students.

Personal Life

Adam Shipley has built an outstanding career in the music industry. Beginning as a talent buyer at Beacham Theater, Sunset Serenades and House of Blues Orlando.

In 1998, he relocated to New Orleans with an offer to serve as the talent buyer at Tipitina’s. There, he booked and promoted over 200 shows yearly for this legendary club.

Hep Cat Entertainment in Central Florida now boasts a full service entertainment booking agency, booking such acts as The Alabama Shakes, Nathaniel Rateliff & the Nightsweats, Portugal the Man, St Paul & the Broken Bones, Tank and the Bangas and many others.

He serves as a consultant for many clubs and festivals, such as Wednesdays on the Point, Universal Studios Orlando, and Emeril’s Foundation.

Net Worth

Adam Shipley is a financial advisor based out of California with 12 years of experience working at Emerson Equity LLC.

Mr. Hauner holds a Series 66 license and is registered to serve investors in California. Additionally, he earned his Bachelor of Arts in economics at Johns Hopkins University and received an honors degree from Cannon Trust School.

Adam married Lois in 1676; however, her identity and family name remain unknown. It’s possible she may have been Lois Howard from Cornelius Howard who owned Howard ans Porter’s Range before it was transferred to Adam in 1679.

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