David Ledbetter is a human geneticist certified by the American Board of Medical Genetics and Genomics to practice clinical cytogenetics. Since his early discovery of Prader-Willi and Miller-Dieker syndromes’ genetic causes, his research has focused on uncovering their causes as well as uncovering possible etiologies of developmental disabilities such as autism in children. Furthermore, new genomic technologies are being transformed into clinically useful genetic tests for early diagnosis and intervention.
Early Life and Education
David letbetter is an approachable, thoughtful, and enthusiastic young man who has experienced impressive progress since arriving at Don Pedro Elementary. At first he needed help from teachers and professionals in order to navigate his new environment; soon however, with support from classroom teachers, paraprofessionals, student support specialists, Inclusion Specialists, and Inclusion Specialists; David became one of the most engaged students in his class while moving closer toward being classified as a fluent English speaker.
David Letbetter has been at the forefront of genomics and molecular biology for more than two decades. Earning both his PhD from Tulane University and BS from University of Texas, his research specializes in understanding what causes developmental disabilities such as autism while creating clinically useful genetic tests for early diagnosis and intervention.
David Leadbetter is an esteemed golf instructor, named 2017 PGA Teacher of the Year by his peers, and frequently contributes to Golf Channel coverage. Starting out on professional European and South African tours before switching careers into teaching; now running an international chain of golf academies serving players from around the globe.
Letbetter strives to assist her clients in becoming happy by giving them permission to be themselves and is particularly experienced at counseling Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC). She often sees more BIPOC seeking assistance due to harmful stigmas surrounding their identity (such as respectability politics). Letbetter helps these clients identify and combat these beliefs or ideologies; her work has been featured on multiple media outlets.
David Letbetter was born November 7, 1962 and practices ophthalmology in Florida. He specializes in medical and surgical eye diseases and injuries such as cataracts, retinal disorders, corneal tumors, conjunctivitis, astigmatism and glaucoma treatment as well as trauma treatment and corrective eye surgery like LASIK surgery.
Gerald Ledbetter was born in Claremore, Oklahoma to parents Gerald Ledbetter and Geneva Dirteater and later married Susan Elaine Farmer on March 21, 1990 and had two daughters together with Susan Elaine Farmer. Additionally he leaves behind his mother-in-law and brothers-in-law as well as nieces and nephews whom will greatly miss him as will many friends and relatives alike. He will be laid to rest at New Hope Cemetery in Claremore Oklahoma with love. We remember him always.
David Leadbetter is a well-recognized golf instructor estimated to be worth an estimated net worth of $20 Million. With vast experience coaching many famous players and six major titles won to his name, along with amassing an extensive real estate portfolio, David is considered one of the world’s premier instructors in his field.
Kelly and Steve reside at Lake Nona GC near Orlando with their sons Andy and James as well as daughter Hally. Steve invested significant funds in his house which features a sunken bar/grill area as well as kitchen facilities, before selling it to Annika Sorenstam for $7,000,000 in 2009. Steve has also given generously to various charitable causes through sports, known for using it effectively to assist underprivileged communities.