Paul Siebenmorgen, ’72

A recreation major turned banker, Paul Siebenmorgen rang the opening bell in honor of Farmers & Merchants Bancorp Inc. (Nasdaq: FMAO), an Archbold, Ohio bank, being publicly traded.

BY Jackie Sheckler Finch

Mark Stubblefield, ’00

Athletic trainer coordinates care — both incident-related and preventative — to help umpires stay healthy and in the game.

BY Brian Hudgins

Kurt Baer, ’10

State alumnus has been honored with the Fulbright Award and leaves this fall to study ethnomusicology in Thailand.

BY Judy-Anne Goldman

Tony Smodilla, ’93, GR ’98

Media Specialist Tony Smodilla helped lead the Sarah Scott Middle School broadcast program to earn best newscast in the nation.

BY Indianastate

Linda Chezem, ’68

The first female circuit court judge in Indiana and then a State Court of Appeals judge until 1998, Linda Chezem then started a second career helping people and their families battle addiction.

BY Brian Hudgins

George Rogge, ’69

A man of many interests — and talents — George Rogge, ’69, most regrets not getting to meet his grandfather and namesake.

BY Jackie Sheckler Finch