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Hon. Vincent F. Grogg ‘55 earns Living Legacy Award

Hon. Vincent F. Grogg ‘55 received the 2012 Living Legacy Award in Covington, IN, for “contributions to the community of Covington.”  Since graduating from Wabash and then Indiana University School of Law in 1958, Judge Grogg and his wife, Millie (whom he met on a blind date in Crawfordsville), have lived the next 54 years in Covington, where he was an attorney and judge in the Fountain County Circuit Court, and a volunteer and supporter of Covington and Fountain County. He has been active with Little League baseball, junior high school football as coach, Boy Scouts, Sunday school teacher, and the local community foundation.

At Wabash, Vince received the David W. Peck Medal for Eminence in Law in 1996, and as a student he was president of Sphinx Club in 1953-54, a member of Beta Theta Pi, and an athlete in football and baseball.

Click here to read about the surprise celebration last Sunday.  Congratulations, Judge Grogg!