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Anderson Herald Bulletin (Newspaper) - December 12, 1999, Anderson, Indiana John Gunter known As the a singing sheriff of Madison county lectures to a group in 1979. Val Clear was a professor and chairman of Anderson University a sociology continued from Page i Success in movies in Hollywood. A Howard Eldon ordained Baptist minister pub lie official historian. A Robert English first african american to be appointed manager of a Delco Remy division of a general motors Plant. A Carlen Kine former professional baseball player turned Anderson Bank executive. Active in Many Community causes including special olympics. A or. Glenn Falls longtime chairman and faculty member of the a business department Community Leader and a Benefactor. A Zora Fenner first african american principal also real estate agent and notary Public. A the Rev. Or Edward Foggs former National general Secretary of the Church of god. A John Forkner historian former mayor businessman. A w. Shirell Fox aits first director of communications and assistant to president Robert h. Reardon. A Mattie Fry instrumental in to sanitarium. A Bill and Gloria Gaither based in Alexandria they Are leaders in the gospel music Industry and Are known worldwide. They Are seen everywhere from the worlds largest concert Halls to american television almost every night a Marcia Garcia cheerleader for St. Mary a churches hispanic population. Organizes Virgin of r Guadalupe mass and monthly Spanish masses plans mexican meals for the Parish and holds 0 weekly sessions for hispanics. A Charles Gardner politician Anderson City Council member. A James Vav. Geater director of National w negro welfare association at Hoo w. 14th St a Garri George Madison county youth for Christ director. A John German Anderson City Council member. First african american on the Council. A Adair Gibbs a act state president retired from general motors. Longtime member of the Peerless Lodge where he is a 33rd degree Mason. Received general motors award for Community service. A Gloria Gibbs first president of head Start parents group head of the state organization. A Keith Gibbs first african american voted on to the Lafayette township advisory Board. A or. Jianan Graybill radiation oncologist a or. Scott Green popular family physician won Indiana family physician of the year award founder of local clinic called his helping hands which offers medical care to needy. Done Many medical Mission trips. A or. Sid Guillen retired Anderson University language professor involved in missionary work in Central Ameria and Guatemala. A John Gunter popular Anderson policeman and county sheriff known As a singing sheriff still entertains. A Hardacre family businessmen Community leaders. A Sam Hanna Madison county sheriffs department for 25 years. Active in several Community organizations including North Anderson Church of god. Earned variety of honors. A Samuel Harden historian. A William b. Harper longtime Urban league executive director. A c. Everett Hartung one time Anderson businessman. Anderson College Benefactor and Active Leader in the Church of god. Science building on a Campus named in his Honor. A Bill Haston bargaining chairman Law local 662, 1970-1986. A heavenly five gospel singing group that has been very Active in Community. A Edgar e. Hendee politician lawyer. A Joe helping built Anderson Speedway which has attracted people from All Over the United states. A Joseph b. Hennings proprietor of the old Anderson hotel at turn of Century promoted cultural events at grand opera House. A Charles l Henry known As a father of Modem coined the word interurban a refer ring to inner City transportation. Force behind Union traction co. State senator and congressman. A John and Marie Hickey leading philanthropists business people. A Hugh Hill created Irish mail. A Josephine Raglin Hill first african american school Board member. A Charles and Gladys Hollon purchased and restored the historic Union building in downtown Anderson. A Clem w. Hooven had controlling interest in natural Gas companies in area. A Hughes Brothers Charles Walter and John owners of Anderson Hughes Curry packing co. For decades. First Large meat packing company in this area. Walter Drew first has Indian Symbol. A Donald Hunter former supreme court Justice a Carroll Hutton president Law local 662, 1948-49 education director Law International Union 1960-80. Responsible for All Law education programs in the United states and Canada. A Amos Jackson involved with the Anderson City Council and was a political activist first african american elected to Public office in the Early 1950s. A Robert e. Jackson former publisher of the Anderson daily bulletin. A Paddy Jamerson former police chief in Anderson implemented 911 emergency system founded and opened police athletic league pal club for the youth. Improved Public safety in Anderson. A or. Gustav Jeeninga longtime faculty member of Bible and archaeology at a. Developed Jeeninga museum of Bible and near Eastern studies. A James Johnson first african american Foreman and general manager at guide lamp division of general motors. A Jesse Johnson longtime Community and civic Leader businessman. A Kurt Kahl Pendleton fire department chief. Owns and operates Pendleton lumber. Active in forming of Pendleton ambulance service. Active in Many other civic and Community endeavours. A or. Carl Kardatzke beloved a faculty member and chairman of the a department of education. Active Leader in the Church of god. A or. Jane Kendrick Anderson Community schools superintendent. A James King first african american member of the Anderson Park Board and the City planning commission. Received Sagamore of Wabash. A Martin Luther King commission very Active in the Community. A a Kittinger state senator leading criminal attorney. A Ella b. Kehrer worked for the ill. Established her own sanitarium for children stricken with to. A a also instrumental in fighting the flu and in organizing the first Public health Day which was attended by officials from foreign countries and All Over the United states. A Patricia Hewitt Kline owner operator of the Pat Hewitt school of dance. Helped establish and operate Andersons first shelter workshop for the handicapped and Contact help counselling and help line. Active in civic theater As Well As Many service organizations and Mission activities for the first United methodist Church. A or. Robert l. Lackey the Only african american dentist for decades first minority to serve on the Anderson City Board of health. A Lambert family among leaders in the development of the Auto Industry in Anderson. Also in other Harold and Hilda Anderson philanthropists in Community and Church. A or. Sharon Andreolli voted one of the coun try Stop physicians. Now teaches at in medical school a Jim and Marilyn Ault Jim was a general motors executive the couple remains Active in Community fund raising. A a a a eds Bailey treasurer of the Anderson Herald and Anderson newspapers inc 1949-1967. A Betty Gibbons Baker started and operates in As much food Kitchen for needy area residents. A Dorothy Boyce Bailey Active in press and Community organizations founded wee Leprechaun club. A Jim Bannon editor of Anderson daily bulletin and the Herald bulletin and Active in a number of Community causes including the Paramount theatre. A Matilda Barber St John s vice president instrumental in numerous Community organizations. A Barber family founded and operated Barber manufacturing. A James Warren Bailey local educator postal clerk and writer. A Marcia Barton the first woman Ever to serve As Madison county treasurer was elected in 1926 at a time women rarely attempted to run for political office. A Norm Beard former University administrator and founder of alls International travel service pro Gram Tri s. A b. Harry Beckham first african american real estate broker. First to Purchase life membership in a act and to have one of its local annual awards named in his Honor. A Richard Bennett and Kiritsis builders completed a lot of work in Community. A Melvin Biddle Winner of congressional medal of Honor. A ill Jackson Blevins former miss Indiana businesswoman Active in Community organizations. A Nelson Bohannan City attorney in Anderson in 1940s, Superior court ii judge for Many years. Started the juvenile detention Center. He was military governor of South Korea immediately after world War ii and admitted to the supreme court of South Korea Active in Many civic activities throughout the county and state. A Bond civic Leader. Involved in Many organizations for 52 years. Her named entered in Book of Golden deeds by the Anderson Exchange club. A Carl Bonge Anderson High school coach. A Ohn Bostic current Madison county Council member. A or. Alvin l Bridges the first african american doctor with Hospital privileges in Anderson. First to erect a health clinic in Anderson. A Ohn s. Brooks Delco Remy manager helped form Anderson Community Bank Active in several organizations. A . Brooks retired minister new Hope United methodist Church. A Rod Brooks radio announcer. Earned sportscaster of the year award and various service awards. Had morning radio show. A Bessie Byrum Church of god missionary and member of the first faculty of Anderson 1i-� Phi hmm a Esther Ivr 3r Dittl Igei historian author first director of the Indiana room Anderson Public Library. A Ollie h. Dixon City councilman sponsor of annual bade to school Parade and former president of Law local 663. A Ike Duffy owned and operated what became Emge packing co., had basketball team and saved Central Indiana railway from extinction. A Harry Dunn businessman inventor. A Winfield Durbin businessman governor of Indiana. A George Earley Madison county recorder and treasurer. Invested tax Money in interest bearing accounts that made much interest Money for the county. A . Ebbertt superintendent of schools through Many building and traumatic years. Through his work Ebbertt educational Center became a reality. A or. James l. Edwards aus fourth president. Distinguished Church of god minister. Ii James Edwards african american actor from Anderson who found Bible training school later Anderson University. A Byrum family built Many Many Homes in Madison county area. A David Bucove longtime Anderson Public Library director involved in Many civic endeavours and local theater. A James Burgess a act and Community Leader. A judge Dennis Carroll Superior court 2 judge educator instrumental in starting East Central Legal services organization and the creation of the Madison county unified courts and the Community Justice Center. Victim rights advocate. Active in Community. A Renee Carter vice president of school Board. Biome ministry. A Roosevelt Cartersr. And family prominent electrician. First african american electrician. Worked with his family. A will j. Carter owned and operated Carter Industrial. Founded the House of Hope with the Rev. Thomas Sawyer. First african american radio announcer founded Carter express. Also with Carter electric a Horace Chadbourn longtime Anderson High school principal. A Zebedee Christian longtime businessman first african american on the school Board. A Meredith Church general motors executive for decades Active in number of Community and Vic organization. A or. Val Clear former professor and chairman of sociology department at Anderson University. Former probation officer with Madison county unified courts. A Robert Collier teacher basketball coach principal in Markleville and at Madison Heights High school. Head of special programs in school administration. A father and son. Bud and Larry Contos business went from a neighbourhood grocery to a Chain of stores in Anderson and Lafayette As Well As other shopping developments such As Applewood Centre. Pay less also Active on Community scene. A Dixie Contos businesswoman Active in Many Community organizations including chairing the Little 500 festival committee. A Joseph Cook founder of Alac garment. A Virgil Cook businessman influential land owner. A Amos Cooley first african american firefighter in Anderson. A Otis Cox former state auditor Madison county auditor county commissioner. A Gen Dale Crittenberge in charge of Panama District. A Charlie Cummings former has coach. A Darlington family instrumental in aviation throughout Century in Madison county. A George Daugherty founded Pendleton symphony orchestra brought Many International stars to Madison county. Emmy award Winner. Tours world conducting symphonies. A James Davis county recorder founded International Moose Lodge Secretary of labor under presidents Harding Cleveland and Hoover. A Lillian Denney trustee state Library association. A Ken de la Bastide longtime political and government reporter for the Herald bulletin. A Vila Deubach Early a professor and chairman of the English department chairman of the College Library. A Bill did verson advocate for children. Amp Little league District administrator. A Charles and Hazel Dickmann attorney Active in multitude of Community organizations. A Dorothy Blevins Dicus businesswoman Active in Community and Church organizations. Presented Indiana state fair fashion show for years. A Patricia Dillon businesswoman 4-h Leader Justice of peace county councilwoman auditor. J in

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