Business Hall of Fame 2019 Laureates Named

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Junior Achievement of Central Indiana announced four 2019 Laureate inductees into the Central Indiana Business Hall of Fame. The hall of fame, according to the organization, "honors outstanding men and women who epitomize personal and professional success, high moral and ethical standards, and dedication to important civic causes, thereby improving the quality of life in our community."

The 2019 Laureates are:

  • Alpha Blackburn, President and CEO of Blackburn Architects
  • Fred Fehsenfeld, Jr, CEO of The Heritage Group
  • Marianne Glick, Chair of the Board, The Glick Family Foundation
  • James Hallett, President and CEO, KAR Auction Services Inc.

A total of 129 Laureates have been inducted into the Central Indiana Business Hall of Fame since its inception in 1989. The 2019 honorees included Purdue University President Mitch Daniels, Sidney Eskenazi, founder and CEO of Sandor Development Co., St. Vincent Indiana CEO Jonathan Nalli, and the late Mari Hulman George, former chair of Hulman & Co.

The four new Laureates will be honored at the annual awards gala on November 21 at the Indiana Roof Ballroom.

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