Shawn Tabor with the left-handed move to the basket at the 2010 Alumni game on Chadwick Court.
Shawn Tabor ’96 will be honored by the New Castle High School [Indiana] boys’ basketball program at a banquet on December 9. Shawn is a member of the New Castle Silver Anniversary Squad for the 1991-92 team, one of four seniors in 1992 who will be recognized for their contributions to the team. Click here for the press release.
At Wabash, Shawn was a three-year starter for the Little Giants, with 1,111 career points, and connected on 101 three-point baskets. After graduation he played briefly in Europe. In May 2016, Shawn was inducted into the Montgomery County Basketball Hall of Fame.
Richard J Stephenson ’62 has been named one of the 2017 Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans, Inc. Award recipients who will be inducted in March 2017. Each year, the Horatio Alger Association honors a group of select and highly accomplished business and civic leaders from modest backgrounds who have risen to great success in their fields. Click here to read the press release.
Dick is the founder & chairman of Cancer Treatment Centers of America. After Wabash, Dick earned a JD from Northwestern University.
Jack shares Wabash stories at Big Bash 2014.
Jack Clarke ’69 stumbles across ancient trees in some unlikely places during his job is with the Marion County health department in Indianapolis. Jack is fascinated by the age of the huge trees he has encountered – some he estimates at 170-400 years old, using a popular formula based on a circumference + mathematics formula. Click here to hear Jack talk about the trees and see photos of Jack and some of his favorites.
Bob Grand ’78 has been named to the Presidential Inaugural Committee, which will plan and coordinate the inaugural events on January 20, 2017. Click here for the news release.
Bob is a firm managing partner of Barnes & Thornburg LLP in Indianapolis and a member of the Wabash College Board of Trustees. After Wabash, he earned a JD from the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law.
John C. Schroeder ’69 has been named a 2017 Evansville Regional Business Hall of Fame laureate by the Junior Achievement of Southwestern Indiana and Evansville Business Journal (EBJ). Click here for the news release. Individuals are nominated for their outstanding civic and business contributions to the southwestern Indiana area and recognized for their business excellence, vision, innovations, inspiring leadership, courageous thinking and actions, and local community service.
John is president and CEO of Crescent Plastics and Wabash Plastics in Evansville. After Wabash, he earned an MBA from Indiana University. He is a member of the Wabash College Board of Trustees.
Ken Mulzer ’93 has been named to the board of directors of German American, a financial institution that services banking, insurance, and investment needs in southwestern Indiana. Click here for the news release.
After Wabash, Ken returned to his family’s business, where he is president of Mulzer Crushed Stone, Inc.
Jared Stark ’95 has been named Senior Vice President of Healthcare Development at Duke Realty in Indianapolis. Click here for the news release. Jared has extensive experience in the healthcare sector. After Wabash, he earned an MBA from Indiana Wesleyan University.
Mark Maddox ’83 was one of 2,200 torchbearers who were part of the Indiana Bicentennial Celebration this year. Mark was nominated from his hometown of Richmond, in Wayne County, where his family has lived for many years. Click here to read his essay about the experience, which he wrote for the IBJ.
After Wabash, Mark earned JD from Vanderbilt University School of Law. He is the founder of a private law practice in Indianapolis.
Ralph Rohrer ’74 was recognized by the Indiana chapter of APRA (Association of Professional Researchers for Advancement) at its annual meeting on November 3. He recently completed his fifth term on the APRA-IN board of directors. He has worked at Purdue University for 25 years, where he is in Development Research at the Purdue University Foundation.
After Wabash, Ralph earned a Master of Library & Information Science, MLIS, at Indiana University in Bloomington.
Mike McCarty ’90 is CEO of Safe Hiring Solutions, Inc., a background screening services company located in Danville, Indiana. A new subsidiary, Safe Recruiter Solutions which will open soon in downtown Crawfordsville, will work with local schools to provide paid internships to prepare students for jobs in logistics and manufacturing. The results will be a pipeline of skilled and unskilled workers to fill jobs. Click here to read the news release.
Mike McCarty ’90 (left) and Crawfordsville Mayor Todd Barton ’00 (far right) at press announcement on November 3.
Photo courtesy of Journal Review.