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She was a Ford Agency model with a burgeoning career of her own, thanks to her thousand-watt smile and “enviable abs.” They welcomed a daughter, Olivia Shea Wright, on Saturday, July 23, 2016.
They got married later that year, to avoid the “shotgun wedding.” Even if Wright’s bad back forces him into an early retirement, it looks like he’s in good hands with Molly.
Combining observations of fossil morphology, phylogenetic methods, and insights from evolutionary developmental biology ("evo-devo") to delineate skeletal homologies among fossil and living species (Wright, 2015). Based on data from the latest polls and prediction markets, it looks as though we’re heading toward another two years of divided government in Washington, […] Barron’s Names David Wright of The Sierra Group to 2016 “Top 100 Independent Financial Advisors” Rankings Santa Monica, CA (August 31, 2016) – The Sierra Group of Companies today announced that managing director and co-founder David Wright has been named to Barron’s Top 100 Independent Financial Advisors for the second consecutive year. Wright and […] August 10, 2016: Aug 10 Investors sought safety and yield in corporate debt during the latest week, shoveling the most money in more than a year into U.However, for Terri Spath, chief investment officer of California-based Sierra Investment Management, this taste of ticker tape proved just the […] May 19, 2016: A healthier U. economy which leads the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates again soon may dampen spirits at companies which are just starting to see some relief from the strong dollar of the past two years. Much of my phylogenetic work utilizes the exceptional fossil record of crinoid echinoderms (sea lilies and feather stars), and has resulted in numerous taxonomic revisions of crinoid higher taxa (see Ausich et al., 2015; Wright, 2017; Wright, et al., 2017). Other research projects include: Documenting quantitative estimates of morphologic rates of evolution in Paleozoic crinoids to better understand associations between (1) rates of phenotypic evolution, (2) morphologic disparity, and (3) ecological opportunity associated with large-scale evolutionary radiations (Wright, in revision).