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Dr. Ron and Cheri Chod are so excited to be moving into their new Promontory home on May 1, 2018! They along with their three sons love to be together in the mountains so they typically choose to meet in Park City two to three times a year rather than in their hometown of St. Louis, Missouri.
Cheri and Ron were married in 1985, while Ron was a medical resident training at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. Cheri left the formal workforce soon after they were married to raise the kids. Most recently, Cheri owned and managed a women’s activewear store in Clayton, Missouri and she retired 3 years ago.
Ron is a managing partner at Grant Cooper, a premier healthcare executive search firm. Before joining Grant Cooper, he served in leadership roles as Vice President for Clinical Affairs at BJC Healthcare in St. Louis, and then as Assistant Vice Chancellor for Clinical Affairs at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. He is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin and the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School at Dallas. He served his internship and residency training in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis. In 2003, Ron earned his MBA from the Olin School of Business at Washington University in St. Louis.
Their oldest son, Alex, is 31 and an audio/video producer and performing musician residing in Austin, Texas. Their son, Austin, is 28 and an architect working in Manhattan. Their youngest, Clayton, is 26 and a video game artist/engineer at Activision Blizzard Entertainment in Irvine, California.
Ron and Cheri are good friends of Promontory members, Jane Howze and John Mann, and after spending time in Promontory and making new friends they decided to leave their second-home in Deer Valley and join our community. Ron is an avid golfer and Cheri is just beginning to learn and they are very excited about the great outdoor and social opportunities Promontory offers.
Welcome to our community, Chod family! We’re so happy you chose to move this way.
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