Hoosier Businesses Honored For Longevity

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Holcomb is presenting the awards at the Statehouse. Holcomb is presenting the awards at the Statehouse.
INDIANAPOLIS -

The state is celebrating 65 companies and organizations throughout the state for their longevity in Indiana. Governor Eric Holcomb is presenting the Governor's Century or Half Century Business Award to each honoree for their service to their employees, community and state.

The awards are given to businesses that have remained in operation for a minimum of 100 or 50 consecutive years "and have demonstrated a commitment to community service." More than 1,500 companies have previously received the award over the past 28 years.

"Today we honor businesses that have helped lay a foundation for economic success in Indiana, maintaining operations for more than 50 to 100 years and creating long-term career opportunities for Hoosiers," Holcomb said in a news release. "Through a strong dedication to their employees, their businesses and their communities, these companies exemplify the pioneering spirit and perseverance that will push our state forward for years to come."

This year's recipients include:

2019 Century Award Honorees

  • Cash Concrete Products - 101 years; Putnam County
  • Claeys Candy - 100 years; St. Joseph County 
  • Cummins Inc. - 100 years; Bartholomew County 
  • Dubois County Title Co. Inc. - 128 years; Dubois County 
  • Good Samaritan - 111 years; Knox County 
  • Hauenstein's - 153 years; Perry County
  • Henry Poor Lumber Company - 101 years; Tippecanoe County
  • Hertel’s Shoe Store - 131 years; Ripley County 
  • Indiana Bridge - 133 years; Delaware County 
  • Insurance Management Group - 144 years; Grant County 
  • Levin Tire & Service Center - 101 years; Lake County 
  • Modern Aluminum Castings - 100 years; Vigo County 
  • More Farm Stores - 106 years; Whitley County
  • Peerless Printing Corporation - 118 years; Grant County
  • Reis-Nichols Jewelers - 100 years; Marion County
  • Ryan, Moore, Cook, Triplett & Albertson LLP - 117 years; Clinton County
  • Sandman Brothers - 101 years; Shelby County
  • Sutton-Garten Co. - 101 years; Marion County
  • YMCA of DeKalb County - 107 years; DeKalb County

2019 Half Century Award Honorees

  • Amish Acres - 51 years; Elkhart County
  • Bassemier’s Fireplace, Patio & Spas - 51 years; Vanderburgh County 
  • Biagi, Chance, Cummins, London, Titzer (BCCLT) Inc. - 54 years; Vanderburgh County 
  • Cancer Association of Shelby County - 60 years; Shelby County 
  • Cancer Services of Grant County - 60 years; Grant County 
  • Dogan and Dogan Attorneys at Law - 72 years; Porter County 
  • Eichhorn & Eichhorn LLP - 81 years; Lake County 
  • Garcor Supply Company - 54 years; Grant County 
  • Gatlin Plumbing & Heating (GPH) - 81 years; Lake County
  • Good Oil Company - 78 years; Pulaski County 
  • Gorman & Bunch Orthodontics - 57 years; Grant County 
  • Hoosier Hills Credit Union - 50 years; Lawrence County 
  • Hoosier Uplands - 53 years; Lawrence County
  • Jayco - 51 years; Elkhart County
  • Kersting's Cycle Center - 57 years; Pulaski County 
  • Lawrenceburg Veterinary Clinic - 51 years; Dearborn County
  • Lewger Machine & Tool - 68 years; Noble County
  • The Log Inn - 54 years; Gibson County
  • Lonsbury Garage - 68 years; Steuben County
  • Luke Family of Brands - 52 years; Lake County
  • MacAllister Machinery Company - 78 years; Marion County 
  • Major Hospital Foundation - 58 years; Shelby County 
  • Mann's Inc. - 51 years; Huntington County 
  • Manpower of Richmond - 53 years; Wayne County
  • Mason Corporation - 69 years; Lake County 
  • Mayfield Insurance - 98 years; Morgan County 
  • McIntosh Energy - 66 years; Allen County 
  • McMahon's Best-One Tire & Auto Care - 50 years; Allen County
  • Mercer Machine Company - 65 years; Marion County 
  • Miles Printing - 99 years; Marion County 
  • Myers Spring Company - 73 years; Cass County
  • N.A. Logan - 62 years; Lake County
  • Natco Credit Union - 75 years; Wayne County
  • New Horizons Rehabilitation - 51 years; Ripley County
  • Northwest Indiana Telephone Company (NITCO) - 80 years; Porter County
  • R.P. Wakefield - 65 years; DeKalb County
  • Romary Associates - 51 years; Allen County
  • Runnebohm Construction - 51 years; Shelby County 
  • S.U.S. Cast Products - 73 years; Cass County
  • Speedgrip Chuck Company - 73 years; Elkhart County
  • Sullair - 54 years; LaPorte County
  • Wabash MPI - 78 years; Wabash County
  • Wawasee Boat Company - 90 years; Kosciusko County
  • WBAT-AM - 72 years; Grant County
  • Winamac Coil Spring - 71 years; Fulton County
  • WXXC-FM - 71 years; Grant County
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