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Whitbeck and Leonard Join Hope Southern Indiana Board
   
 










John Whitbeck (LSI 2014), Business Banker with MainSource Bank, and Jerry Leonard (LSI 2013), Executive Director of Community Operations for Hosparus, have been elected to the board of directors for Hope Southern Indiana, the Christ-focused ministry serving the whole community and based in New Albany.  Reelected were Vern Eswine (LSI 1991) and Matt Neely (LSI 2012).  Ruth Heideman (LSI 2002) is also on the board of directors with Christine Harbeson (LSI 2003) being the Executive Director and ex-officio member.
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Brad Kruer's New Role
   
  Brad Kruer (LSI 2005) is now Director, Outpatient Therapy & Contract Services at Southern Indiana Rehab Hospital & Frazier Rehab Institute.
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Law Firm Announces Two New Partners
   
  Gary BanetJason Lopp









Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs, LLP is pleased to announce that Gary T. Banet (LSI 2011) and Jason A. Lopp (LSI 2014) have been elected to join the partnership.

Gary T. Banet concentrates his practice in estate planning, estate and trust administration, estate and trust litigation, guardianships, elder law and special needs planning.  He received his law degree, magna cum laude, from the University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law.  Mr. Banet is licensed to practice law in Indiana and Kentucky, and has offices in the Firm’s New Albany and Louisville locations. 

Jason A. Lopp focuses his practice on the representation of financial institutions, family businesses and individuals in their real estate, litigation, corporate and transactional matters.  He received his law degree from Northern Kentucky University, Salmon P. Chase College of Law.  Mr. Lopp is licensed in Indiana and Kentucky, and practices in the Firm’s New Albany and Louisville offices.
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Dr. Stacy M. Deck elected chair for Coalition for the Homeless
   
  Dr. Stacy M. Deck (LSI 2011) was elected chair of the board of directors for the Coalition for the Homeless at their November 2013 meeting.  The term begins January 2014.
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New Economic Development Business Coordinator for New Albany
   
 

Tonya Fischer (LSI  1997) is now Economic Development Business Coordinator at City of New Albany.

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If you missed our December Breakfast Series event, which featured James W. Robinson, J. Robert Shine and Sister Barbara Ann Zeller, here's a chance to hear their leadership wisdom. Thanks to Ed Jerdonek, who moderated the panel, for providing this video. 


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Now Accepting Applications for
Discover Class of 2015

Application Deadline April 30

The application period for Leadership Southern Indiana’s Discover Class of 2015 is officially open. Discover is LSI’s flagship nine-month intensive leadership development and community engagement program. 

“Whether you are new to Southern Indiana or have been here your entire life, Discover has something to offer,” said Mark Eddy, Executive Director. “Participants will become more familiar with the unique challenges and opportunities facing Southern Indiana and grow their leadership skills, all while creating valuable professional relationships.”
 
According to Brittany Blau, Discover Class of 2013 graduate, the program provided her with a broader perspective of the community in which she has lived and worked her entire life. “Because of this experience, I have developed contacts and explored opportunities that I would have not known about otherwise,” said Blau.
 
The program kicks off with a retreat August 28-29 then meets one day each month for an in-depth look at the various facets of Southern Indiana including: history & heritage, economy & commercial enterprise, tourism & culture, government, inclusive communities, education, health & human services, simulated society, and community leadership. Graduation will be held May 14, 2015.
 
Tuition is $1,695, which covers all program costs from retreat through graduation.  Learn more online or by calling 812-246-6574. Apply by April 30.

 

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