Tim DeLong ’86 has been promoted by Louisville-based Brown-Forman Corporation. Tim will now serve as their finance director for Global Production and will provide advice and counsel to Brown-Forman’s finance and global production management teams.
Brown-Forman employs over 4,000 people with over 1,000 at their Louisville, KY operations. For more information on the company, click here.
Jay Fisher (PopPop) sent this picture in. His words are much better than I could ever make up so here you go: "Grandson Patrick Hindley, 2 years old, visiting from Denver. As you can see, we were discussing both Wabash Day and his upcoming membership in the Wabash Class of 2029. It is never too early to begin planning for both."
Nicely said Jay…I mean…PopPop.
This report in from my friend Greg Birk ’77 who just happens to be in Colorado right now. But he wanted me to know about Joe Tonner ’78.
Joe runs in the annual Mellon Run in Gainesville, Florida over July 4th (bet it’s nice and steamy!). Joe is pictured with his daughter Katie and, as you can see, is holding the winners trophy for the Masters Division of the race.
Thanks Greg and Congratulations to Joe!
Fred Emhardt, Class of 1982, was recently elected as the managing partner of Plews Shadley Racher & Braun LLP, a mid-sized Indianapolis Law Firm.
To many of you that law firm may ring a bell. Chris Braun ’81 and John Bridge ’72 are partners as well at the firm.
For more information on Plews Shadley Racher & Braun LLP, click here.
Wabash grad Michael Charbonneau ’02 is one of the youngest star professionals to be included in the Michiana "40 Under 40". Here’s the thumbnail on Michael:
One of the many places we have stopped along the California coast. There are photo ops around every corner.
From what I can see, the California economy is going great guns…or at least the prices seem to demand top dollar…
Back next Wednesday….