Bio of Dr Steven Seals
Dr. Steven Seals is a cardiology specialist located in Topeka, Kansas who has more than 17 years of experience. He attended University of Nebraska College of Medicine before being affiliated with Stormont Vail Hospital.
Navy SEALs have modified their demanding basic training after one of their trainees died earlier this year; however, some fear the changes don’t go far enough.
Early Life and Education
Dr. Seals graduated from the University of Nebraska / College of Medicine. He currently practices at Cotton O’Neil Heart Center and has affiliations with Community Hospital Onaga, Nemaha Valley Community Hospital and Stormont Vail Hospital – accepting numerous insurance plans as a provider.
In 2008, he released Soul, an album of covers featuring R&B greats such as Ben E. King, Curtis Mayfield and Otis Redding – once more working closely with producer David Foster on this endeavor.
Seals Construction was established by Seals and Steve Biehle in 1993 to offer commercial, healthcare, educational and public works construction projects to an extensive client list. Their team of professional can manage every aspect of construction from initial design to delivery with skill and experience backed by decades of service to their client base.
Seals is a cardiologist in Topeka, Kansas specializing in Cardiac Electrical System Procedures and Heart Conditions. He earned his medical degree at UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA/COLLEGE OF MEDICINE.
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Steve is a partner at Lynn, Stodghill, Melsheimer & Tillotson–an esteemed law firm known for its “Navy Seals of litigation.” Specializing in complex civil litigation and trial work, Steve brings an abundance of experience.
Achievement and Honors
Seal made headlines with his top five hit “Kiss From A Rose,” featured in the blockbuster film Batman Forever. Two years later, he released Human Being with its more mature sound and focus on social issues like discrimination against minorities.
He teamed with producer Trevor Horn for the live set Nothing But The Truth in 1994, featuring one of the worst covers ever but an exceptional lineup of songs. Later that same year he also released Midnight Son on Alligator Records.
In 2005, Seal joined a Navy SEAL team on an undercover operation deep behind enemy lines in Afghanistan. Alongside Gunner’s Mate 2nd Class Danny Dietz and Sonar Technician 2nd Class Matthew Axelson, Seal was conducting reconnaissance to locate an anti-coalition militia leader hiding out somewhere within the Hindu Kush mountain range east of Asadabad.
Cindy Seals published Enlisted and Alone: Memoir of a Navy SEAL Wife in 2022 to share the experience of married life to a Navy SEAL and provide insight for other military wives navigating military life. The memoir provides both insight into her own experience as well as advice for others navigating it successfully.
After his success with two self-titled albums he went on to release two more, both featuring richer soundscapes with moodier and socially aware music.
Jim Seals faced two personal setbacks in the late ’90s that could have forced many musicians into retirement: divorce from his wife in 1997 and gunfight that took his life in 2018. But rather than retiring altogether, Jim continued touring while recording Nothing But the Truth for Alligator Records.
Seal has earned considerable notoriety through his acting career, playing roles such as law enforcement officer or Navy SEAL in action films and amassing an impressive net worth from these endeavors.
He can play guitar, bass and drums; has written several songs; and performed with several bands such as Champs and GCs.
The duo achieved chart-topping hits such as Summer Breeze, Diamond Girl and We May Never Pass This Way Again; however they created controversy in 1974 by releasing Unborn Child, an anti-abortion song.
Seal and Heidi Klum announced their separation in January 2012. They share three children together. Heidi works as an international model and thus she is granted primary custody of them due to travel requiring job. Neither Seal nor Heidi has made any comments regarding the split.