Charlie Bowerman ’61 Inducted into Southmont Athletics Hall of Fame

Charlie Bowerman ’61 will be inducted into the Southmont Athletics Hall of Fame in the Legends category on Saturday, Sept. 30, 2017 at a ceremony to be held at Southmont High School.

Inducted into the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame in 1995, Charlie played 3 years for Alamo High School, and was 3-time MPV at Wabash College, averaging over 20 points per game in all three seasons. Charlie also played three years with the Phillips 66ers AAU team, and was on the 1963 USA team in the World Games.

Congratulations, Charlie!

Shane Fimbel ’02 named CEO of Trek10, Inc.

Shane Fimbel ’02 named CEO of Trek10, Inc.

Trek10, Inc. has named Shane Fimbel ’02 chief executive officer. He will lead the company’s efforts to further scale the company into a top national AWS Partner. Based in South Bend, IN, Trek10, Inc. provides cloud deployment services and support, and helps businesses realize the benefits of cloud computing with Amazon Web Services.

After earning his bachelor’s degree at Wabash, Shane received a doctorate in neuroscience from the University of Notre Dame.

Congratulations, Shane!


Steve Campbell ’92 Joins Colts as VP of Communications

The Indianapolis Colts have hired Steve Campbell ’92 as vice president of communications. Steve has more than 25 years of experience working at all levels of media, community programming and public service.  Steve currently is president of Campbell Strategies LLC, a local communications and strategy firm providing media counsel to business, nonprofit and public sector clients.

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Congratulations, Steve!

Greg Slisz ’10 Member of the Class of 2017 Tech 25 Award Recipients

Greg Slisz ’10 is the Finance and Analytics manager at Kinney Group, a cloud solutions integrator. In addition to playing an integral role in the company’s series A capital raise, Greg oversees a team responsible for helping business stakeholders optimize decision-making through actionable and insightful data. Before Kinney Group, Greg worked in finance at ExactTarget (and later, where he was also a member of the Orr Fellowship. Outside work, he recently brought the Gus Macker charity basketball tournament back to Indianapolis for the first time in 14 years through nonprofit Near West 21. Greg currently resides in Irvington with his wife, Joanna.

TechPoint launched the Tech 25 Awards three years ago to celebrate individuals who are critical and exceptional performers helping to grow our community’s tech and tech-enabled companies.

Congratulations, Greg!

Bob Knowling ’77 Appointed to Convergys Corp. Board of Directors

Convergys Corporation, a global leader in customer experience outsourcing, has announced the appointment of Bob Knowling, Jr. ’77 to its board of directors.

 Bob has more than 30 years of experience in the telecommunications and technology sectors, leading companies through periods of high growth. He is currently Chairman of Eagles Landing Partners, a firm specializing in helping senior management teams formulate strategy, lead organizational transformations, and re-engineer businesses.

 Bob received a BA in Theology from Wabash College and an MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management.

 Source: BusinessWire


Noel Kammermann ’00 Works to End Homelessness in Sacramento


Noel Kammermann ’00 is the new face of Sacramento’s largest homeless services agency, Loaves and Fishes.

“I’m the new Sister Libby, although I’m a little bit taller and have a beard,” Noel Kammerman said, introducing himself to one of the hundreds of people who sleep outdoors or in shelters each night before migrating to Loaves on North C Street near downtown Sacramento.

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Jacob Moore ’11 Joins Crawfordsville Law Firm


Henthorn, Harris Weliever & Petrie P.C. attorneys at law announce the recent addition of Crawfordsville native, Jacob Moore, to its team. “Jacob passed the bar examination in 2016 and we hired him once we had an opening for an associate. He will be a valuable addition to our staff,” said Stu Weliever, partner at the firm. “We are pleased to have him here.”

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Frank Ruvoli ’13: The Musician Behind ‘Shoe Corner’

Many in the “Region” have driven through or have been stopped at the intersection of 109th and Calumet Avenues in Hanover Township – the intersection famous for being known as “Shoe Corner.” For decades Shoe Corner has been a dumping ground for shoes that seem to appear and disappear without many witnesses. Maybe we look at the shoes, throw some shoes, or collect some shoes. But did anyone ever think to write a song about the shoes?

Frank Ruvoli ’13 did. Click here for the full story.