October / November 2019

Back Talk

Back Talk

Resume: Administrative assistant, Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Ohio Valley (RMHC), October 2007-June 2009; house operations manager, RMHC, June 2009-January 2015; executive director, RMHC, January 2015-present Family: Husband Michael and children Carly (23), Nathan (20), Grant (19), and Garrett

Business Front

Looking Ahead

Alan Newman still remembers where he was standing. He was on the golf course on the fifth hole with Andy Present, the former branch manager of the Hilliard Lyons (now Hilliard Lyons, a Baird company) Evansville office, when Present asked

A Lasting Legacy

Make today better than yesterday, and tomorrow better than today. It was a phrase Charles C. Hedde, MD, had adopted as he battled cancer in late 2017. It also represents a legacy left by the longtime Vincennes, Indiana, physician — one

Back In Business

Glen Miller has been in business all his life. His grandfather started their family business, Miller Plating, in 1916, which Miller eventually took over from his father. After selling the company in 2007, he learned about business coaching and later

Land Ho

There is a new hot spot for boaters enjoying a ride on the Ohio River — a group of islands recently formed at Ohio River Mile 792 facing the Downtown Evansville riverfront. The islands were formed by the U.S. Army

Under One Roof

Before moving into the new space at 6149 Columbia St., Talley Eye Institute was spread over two clinics and a third office. Now, Talley Eye Institute’s six doctors (plus an additional doctor in Marion, Illinois) and staff all are under

Community Effort

At the end of the last school year, the EVSC had $53,891.44 of student lunch debt — until Clint Hoskins, co-owner of High Score Saloon and F.J. Reitz High School alum, decided to change that. High Score Saloon led the

Puppy Love

Walk in to Ziemer Funeral Home and you may be greeted by two fluffy and friendly Newfoundland mix puppies. The dogs, sister Aree and brother Milo, are new therapy dogs that will be trained to assist families and children navigating

In Key

It’s easy to see H&H Music Service, across from Bosse High School at 1313 Washington Ave., and think of it as only a small instrument shop. The truth, however, is the longtime Evansville business is much more. “It’s not about

Moving Along

It’s been years in the making, and it is getting closer to a groundbreaking. For years, local residents and an aquatic center task force (formed by Evansville Mayor Lloyd Winnecke) have been working toward the goal of construction of a brand-new

Publisher’s Page

Believe me, I know having two sons, ages 21 and 18, does not add up to 39 years of experience and wisdom. Following the St. Louis Cardinals baseball team for all 162 games is a favorite lifelong pastime — I