IU East Announces Major HonorsPosted: Updated:
The Indiana University East Alumni Association has announced this year's inductees to the IU East Alumni Hall of Fame and three recipients of the Chancellor's Medallion for service to the university. The school will honor the six at next week's Chancellor's Medallion Dinner in Richmond.
The three hall of fame inductees are:
• Don Day (1998), vice president of patient care services at Fayette Regional Hospital
• Timothy Frame (1989), chief executive officer at West End Bank and West End Indiana Bancshares Inc.
• Regina McConnell (1999), founder of McConnell Law Inc.
You can see a list of members of the IU East Alumni Hall of Fame by clicking here.
The Chancellor's Medallion recipients are:
• Greg Crider, managing partner, Hayes Copenhaver Crider Harvey LLP and IU East Board of Advisors member
• Angie Dickman, vice president, Reid Health and IU East Board of Advisors chair
• Shaun Dingwerth, executive director, Richmond Art Museum and IU East Campus Art Advisory board member
The Chancellor's Medallion Dinner is Friday, November 3 at the Student Events and Activities Center at IU East.
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