John Wardach is a Solutions Architect for Avalon Healthcare Solutions and resides at 14109 Waterville Cir in Tampa, Florida.
Wardach has an estimated net worth of $375K. He is also a writer and actor, married to Joseph Wardach; they have one child together. Additionally, Wardach is actively involved in his church community.
John Wardach has an impressive career in healthcare. He currently works as Solutions Architect for Avalon Healthcare Solutions, where his specialty lies in providing actionable insights from lab test results to enhance patient outcomes. Additionally, he serves as Business Strategist for an insurance company in Florida where he assists clients develop and execute innovative business plans. Furthermore, John is an accomplished musician; his works have been performed by both Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and Delaware Symphony orchestras.
Discover more about John Wardach on his official website, where you’ll find his bio and photos. As a white non-hispanic male registered to vote in Hillsborough County, FL, John resides in Tampa with his wife Lauren after five years together.
Achievements and Honors
John Wardach was a graduate of Cave Spring High School in Roanoke, Virginia and earned his bachelor’s degree in Economics at Virginia Tech. He went on to complete an MS in Information Technology at Nova Southeastern University and was currently working towards his MBA at the University of Miami while employed as a Solutions Architect with Avalon Healthcare Solutions in Tampa, Florida.
On May 17th, 2007, the Gallagher Conference Center hosted an awards dinner and convocation to recognize some of the outstanding student achievements. Honorees included Corey Chorba of Throop; Lee Dennis of Scranton; Andrea Gilpin from Waymart; Jonathan Howells in Peckville; David Malson of Carbondale Township; Carolyn Mason in Olyphant; Nichole McIntosh from Moscow; Lindsey Smolter from Matamoras; and Cheryl Woods of Honesdale. Second-year students Sasha Ahmed of South Abington; Natassja Bates in Hawley; Steven Chimel in Clarks Summit; Lawrence Gaik at Clifton; Julia Hawley at Nicholson; Benjamin Hegge in Honesdale; Brent Hoban at Lake Ariel; Kimberly Jones from Old Forge; Stephen Koytek from Moosic; Carina Loughner from Youngwood; Joseph Marcavage from Dunmore; Kathleen Parlanti in Clarks Summit; and Mary Summa from Scranton were all recognized.
The legendary 86 year old is a proud father of four and an enthusiastic New York Giants fan. When not at work, you can usually find him outdoors enjoying nature with his family or at their favorite golf course. Not short on banter either, he provides plenty of amusement for anyone in the know.