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February / March 2017

Back Talk

Kyle Fields

Hometown: Evansville, Indiana Job: Vice President and General Manager of Evansville Operations, SS&C Technologies Resume: Senior Financial Analyst, Mead Johnson Nutritionals, 2008-2010; Assurance, PricewaterhouseCoopers, 2005-2008. Family: Wife Kristin and daughters Kinsley, 4, and Tatum, 2. Kyle Fields is a big fan

Business Front

Legendary Linda

In her 15 years as president and chief executive officer of Deaconess Health System, Linda E. White never accomplished anything — at least on paper. Instead of taking credit for the success of a growing health system, White always issued

“You mean talk — just to each other?”

One of my favorite quotes is not by the French philosopher Voltaire but by renowned sage Homer Simpson, who once said, “Rock stars. Is there anything they don’t know?” As the father of two freshman boys (high school and college),

Welcome Home

Location, location, location. For one local real estate company, it is more than an industry catchphrase; it is a way of doing business. ERA First Advantage Realty, Inc. expanded to an office at 109 State St. in Historic Downtown Newburgh,

On the Write Track

Amy Bolek may be hidden in the background behind community organizations — even her office is inconspicuously located in the co-working space of Innovation Point — but her contributions to Evansville are far from unnoticeable. Bolek Grant Writing and Consulting

Small-Bank Charm

Mark Schroeder has spent a lifetime at German American Bancorp. Though it seems straightforward, he says it is a bit of an unusual story. “I like to say I’ve been fortunate to have four different careers in banking, all within

Tower of Strength

The 420 Main Building has been the home of Chapman Injury Lawyers since 2008 when Neil Chapman opened the firm. When Chapman started filming commercials from the building’s rooftops, he often would get the same question: “Where did you shoot

Wheels Up

In the last few months, it’s been difficult for Evansville residents to turn on the local news or scroll through social media without seeing an announcement on a new business project or renovation in the city. While Downtown bustles with