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Date:10/22/2008

After graduating from Tom C. Clark High School in San Antonio, Dale earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing & Management from Texas A&M University, and a Masters in Business Administration from Southern Methodist University, with an emphasis in International Business.

Dale's motivations for starting HealthYes! include having two family members pass away within one-year's time, including his 68-year-old father dying in a car wreck in 2005 in San Antonio while having a massive heart attack. Dale saw an opportunity to start a company that would provide a valuable service. He also saw the opportunity to work with a team of life-long friends. He has known Medical Director Dr. Charles Burch for more than 25 years, Director of Operations Aimee Whitfill for more than 15 years, and Co-Founder and Vice President Craig Lindley for more than 10 years.

On the lighter side, Dale is a season ticket holder of the San Antonio Spurs. He notes that in his youth he worked at The Alamo Cafe and served thousands of chicken fried steaks -- and hopes that with HealthYes! he can get a reprieve for his behavior.

An avid scuba diver, snow skier, water skier, and traveler, he enjoys spending time with friends, family and his lovely wife Allison. When not in Austin, he will likely be found with his wife in the Caribbean, Central or South America enjoying life outside normality.

CRAIG S. LINDLEY

Co-Founder and Vice President

Craig Lindley co-founded HealthYes!(TM) with Dale Wood in April of 2007 in Cleveland, Ohio. As Co-Founder and Vice-President, Craig brings a unique blend of eleven years of business development, marketing, and process improvement experience to the company. Prior to founding HealthYes!, Craig held various positions, including Area Development Manager with First Magnus Financial Corp and Account Executive with Romac International. Additional experience in real-estate development, project management, and web-based mark
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