October / November 2017

Evansville Business

Ahead of the Curve

No matter the location or size of a project, there is one philosophy that ties together the architects, designers, and engineers of Hafer — passion for their community.  “We, on purpose, have stayed focused here,” says company president Jeff Justice.

Back Talk

Ben Shoulders

Education: Harrison High School graduate; bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana; bank management certificate and Commercial Lending School graduate from the Indiana Bankers Association Resume: Corporate Relationship Manager and Vice President, Old National Bank, 2013-present; Vanderburgh

Business Front

In a Word: Courtesy

We asked three community influencers to share their thoughts on one word. JOE KIEFER “To me, courtesy is more than being polite or civil to each other; it is paradigm — an approach to how we should live, work, and

One Weekend in September

One of my favorite truisms goes like this: When you are under the age of 35 and you turn in on Sunday evening after the weekend with your spouse, partner, or in this day and age, whatever floats your boat,

Land Ho

River City residents will no longer be able to take their luck to the boat as Tropicana Evansville’s new land-based casino aims to change the gambling game in Indiana. Set to officially open Oct. 20, the new $50-million facility will

Hitting the Books

It is not surprising to Cyndee Sturgis Landrum that most of her career has involved libraries. The Chicago native grew up in libraries. “My mom, probably when I was about 10, took a job at a medical library. It was

Talk the Talk

After falling down a rabbit hole of watching TED videos on YouTube a few years ago, Zac Parsons knew he wanted to be a part of bringing the experience to others in Evansville. In 2015, the city hosted its first

Hot Dam

“Newburgh to Crystal Taylor. Newburgh to Crystal Taylor.” Lockmaster Tony Barron pages an Ingram barge preparing to go through the Newburgh Lock and Dam. He starts the process of closing the gates to the 1,200-foot chamber and lowering the water

Energy Efficient

Christine Keck says the theme of her life is that it’s nonlinear. Looking back, her journey has taken many unexpected turns that ultimately led to her current position as the director of federal government affairs with Vectren and Energy Systems

On Beat

The walls of Brett Mulzer’s office are lined with guitars — exactly what you would expect from the owner and president of Moore Music. An orange guitar hangs on the wall. It was his first Paul Reed Smith he found