Jon Pactor ’71, aka “The Bow Tie Guy” at Wabash, spends a lot of time on campus, but he also literally lives and breathes Wabash every day in his office as an attorney in Indianapolis. Click here to read the news from the July 14 Indianapolis Star: every Wabash man should have such a Red and White room!
As is well known, Jon has been involved in and founded countless Wabash events involving alumni: Admissions volunteer, TKE house alumnus and advisor, OLAB coordinator for Labor Negotiation Day, founder of the annual Alumni Faculty-Staff Symposium, co-founder of the inaugural Wabash Fraternity Day first held last April, and founder of the national Wabash Day for alumni community volunteer projects. To name a few.
Thank you, Jon, you are the definitive Some Little Giant!
Dr. Todd Rowland ’85 is Chief Executive Officer of HealthLINC, a mature health information exchange (HIE) serving South Central Indiana, a highly rural area surrounding Bloomington, Indiana. HealthLINC focuses on applying electronic solutions and health information exchange to healthcare problems.
Todd was interviewed for “IndianaVision 20/25” in the recent BizVoice/Indiana Chamber magazine. Click here to access the Entrepreneurs offer insights in interview series to read Todd’s comments on page 29.
New employees at Apparatus, the IT consulting and management services business located in Indianapolis: Eric Borgert ’97 joined Client Operations, and Michael Carper ’13 and Sam Spoerle ’13 are new Tech Associates.
Kelly Pfledderer ’96 is founder and CEO of Apparatus.
You might think twice about offering an arm wrestling challenge to Prof. John Houston, Visiting Assistant Professor of Philosophy!
Last Saturday, Prof. Houston added a national championship to his resume. He competed in the super heavyweight division at the United States Arm Wrestling Association National Tournament held in Connecticut, winning BOTH the left and right handed competitions!
Click here to read the details – Congratulations, Prof. Houston!