Pitch In: Notes from Hamilton County

The Pitch In by Mike Corbett
January - February 2017

Terry Anker, president of Legacy Fund since 2011, announced he will leave his position in March after 5 years at the helm.

Jane Hunter retired as Executive Director of the Northern Hamilton County Chamber of Commerce, where she served for 16 years.

Paul Munoz left for a position in the private sector after serving seven years as Cicero/Jackson Township Plan Director.

Toby Stark is retiring as Executive Director of Chaucie’s Place after six years.

Kim Compton, Cicero, joined The Farmers Bank, as Vice President of Information Technology/Operations.

Purgatory Golf Club unveiled an 11-foot tall, signature statue designed local artist Scott Westphal. The aluminum sculpture is positioned behind the first tee and depicts Purgatory’s logo.

Jennifer Batley was named senior vice president of Walker Information.

The American Bankers Association awarded Gene Miles, President and CEO of First Farmers Bank & Trust, with the Bruning Award, its premiere award and designation for agricultural banking.

Westfield Premier Physicians is opening in Westfield as one of Indiana’s first “Direct Primary Care” family physician practices. The group will not accept insurance. Instead, patients purchase one of three Care Packages for a fee, which is meant to improve the patient-doctor relationship.

Westfield was named the best small city in America by WalletHub. Analysts compared 1,268 cities with populations between 25,000 and 100,000 based on 30 key indicators of livability like “housing costs,” “school-system quality” and “number of restaurants per capita.”