March 23, 1983 |
|Career highlights and awards|
|Jeremy C. Hallowell|
|Pittsburgh Pirates – No. 88|
|March 23, 1983, for the Cincinnati Reds|
(through April 11, 2007)
The Reverend Jeremy Carl Hallowell, AKA NavyHighlander is a history and football buff who posts on Wikipedia. He is a Universal Life Church minister and a Greek Pagan. Prior to taking the site seriously and signing up, he was involved in two vandalisms, one from ytmnd's battle with Eric Bauman, and one claiming George Carlin was a name of God. Though, once he took the site seriously, created Reggie Rolle's Wikipedia page and made several legitimate edits and additions.
Hallowell was married February 10th, 2007. On Sept. 6th, they had their first child, Rachel. A second daughter, named Jamie, was born in 2009.
On March 19th, 2008, Rev. Hallowell got his license to solemnize marrages in the State of Ohio.
Used to use the number 42 in all sports games and custom jerseys as a reference to The Answer to Life, the Universe, and Everything. With the retirement of 42 on all MLB teams to homor Jackie Robinson, he switched his baseball number to 88, a reference to Dale Earnhardt Jr.
His name was legally changed in 2004 due to personal family issues.
His Fan fictions always have the sequence "T-M-4-L". This is a not-so-flattering reference to a co-worker's parent.
Posts on Memory Alpha as Vendetta Black. It comes from his own Power Ranger version of Five Black from Chikyuu Sentai Fiveman. He chose the ranger due to the colors of black, yellow, and white, matching his sports teams.
Favorite Star Wars character is Qui-Gon Jinn.
Hates red links.
His username comes from his love for the Military, and the TV show Highlander.