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Whether a small business owner, a grant facilitator, politician, emergency medical services trainer or a volunteer helping raise funds for the community, their presence and contributions will be greatly missed.
MERRILLVILLE | The year was 1913. Lincoln Highway was dedicated as the first cross country road for automobiles. Ford Motor Co. introduced the assembly line, dramatically cutting down production time.
Shontrai DeVaughn Irving is a prominent attorney who believes in serving his State Farm clients well and giving back to the community. Irving has been a foster parent to more than 30 children during the past five years.
Jennifer Khadivar has quickly risen through the ranks at the University of Phoenix Northwest Indiana Campus in Merrillville.
Dean Ricci Jr. started mowing lawns in Lakes of the Four Seasons when he was 10. Several decades later, he has grown from a little boy pulling a lawn mower behind his bike to the owner of a multimillion dollar landscaping management company.
Former National Football League player Jared Tomich, who owns several Northwest Indiana businesses, founded and runs an organization dedicated to helping young cancer victims and their families. Tomich also promotes physical fitness for all ages and ability levels.
Realtor Joshua Lybolt is a "visionary who builds partnerships and creates opportunities for many people" says Pat Obi, a professor in the department of finance and economics Purdue University Calumet.
Using technology to improve students' motivation and performance and to prepare them for entering college and the job market are the primary goals for Calumet High School and the Hammond Academy of Science and Technology, a charter school.
Being involved with the YMCA is in Senior Program Director Chris Mallers' blood. His father, Phil Mallers, has been involved with the YMCA for 36 years. The senior Mallers became Director of Southlake YMCA when the current facility was being built in 1996.
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Being the fourth generation of his family to call Valparaiso home, Charles W. McGill has a vested interest in seeing his city thrive.
The date was April 30, 2009. It was my birthday and I had the day off. I kept hearing so much about Facebook from my daughters and other friends that I decided to go online and find out just what this Facebook thing was all about. I found it on the web and signed up with no profile picture a…
His nomination for a regional award by a lawyer from a competing firm speaks volumes about James L. Jorgensen's ability to lead.
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