Is born in Sharon, PA, to parents Andrew John Bolois and Mary Eugene Bolois.
Is a pastor for the Allegheny Wesleyan Methodist Connection in Salem, OH, through 1990.
Earns a Bachelor of Arts in Biblical literature from Hobe Sound Bible College.
Is ordained as a minister via the Wesleyan Methodist Church.
Is recognized as a Licensed Pastoral Counselor via the National Christian Counselors Association.
Is a board member of what is now the Interchurch Holiness Convention until 1994.
Is on the board of directors for Hobe Sound Bible College until 1992.
Receives a Master of Arts in psychology from Walsh University; Is a psychologist for Brink Haven Homes for Youth through 1992.
Attains a Doctor of Philosophy in psychology at Cornerstone University; Establishes the New Destiny Treatment Center.
Is a Licensed Independent Chemical Dependency Counselor-Clinical Supervisor for the State of Ohio through today.
Is the executive director of the New Destiny Treatment Center through 2020.
Is a licensed clinical professional counselor and a licensed clinical professional counselor for the State of Ohio through today.
Is a professor at the University of Akron until 2018.
Joins the National Forensic Association of Counselors.
Is recognized as Alumnus of the Year by Hobe Sound Bible College.
Earns an Outstanding Teaching Award from the University of Akron; Is on the board of directors for Hobe Sound Bible College until 2021.
Is the chief executive officer of the New Destiny Treatment Center through today.
Is a member of the board for Hobe Sound Bible College.