February / March 2020

Building Evansville

Brick, Mortar, and Pestle

The timing was perfect for Jacob and Kari Mayer. The co-owners of Paul’s Pharmacy (with two locations in Evansville) had been looking for the right stand-alone building with high visibility for their East Side location. Turns out, the spot that

Back Talk

Stacy Stevens

When Stacy Stevens graduated from Purdue University with a degree in geology in 1985, there were no jobs in her field. Instead, she went to work with her dad in construction and was introduced to the world of real estate,

Business Front

Ahead of the Game

William Harold Calloway is not your typical insurance man. His successful 34-year career with State Farm might appear to prove otherwise at first glance, but Calloway is as quick to bring up childhood memories from his family’s farm as he

The Big “Miss”

I have really enjoyed the opportunity this year to watch several of my high school senior son’s classmates at Reitz Memorial sign their College National Letters of Intent. The ceremonies usually are fairly typical. A large signing table is draped

Purposeful Change

“It is difficult to sit on the sidelines when you know you can contribute and make the lives of Hoosiers much better,” says Jonathan Weinzapfel, former chancellor of Ivy Tech Community College who recently announced his resignation from the school.

Cascades of Change

The view when driving into Downtown Evansville on Veterans Memorial Parkway is looking quite different. To the left, massive changes to the Evansville Water & Sewer Utility’s infrastructure are underway. While on the right, upgrades to Bee Slough have changed

Taking A Shot

With a demanding job that involves lots of travel, Todd Veeck wanted a solution for his jet lag. “I’m a private investigator and a military contractor, so I was constantly going all over the U.S.,” he says. “I would basically

Sustainable Change

Fifth Third Bank received more than a makeover after consolidating its offices to the 10th and 11th floors in the Fifth Third Center at 20 N.W. Third St. The building was sold to Riverview Investments in May 2018, which has

Bridging the Gap

On July 16, 2008, Evansville Deputy Mayor Steve Schaefer — who was vice president of public policy for the Chamber of Commerce of Southwest Indiana at the time — witnessed the groundbreaking of the Evansville portion of Interstate 69. Now,

Varying Degrees

Every year Ivy Tech, the University of Evansville, and University of Southern Indiana work to provide prospective students with a wide range of programs. These new degree offerings bring opportunities to students to follow their desired path. Ivy Tech •