Grace College and several individuals who are members of the Winona Lake, Ind., Grace Brethren Church (Bruce Barlow, lead pastor) were recognized this week at the annual Kosciusko County (Ind.) Economic Development Corporation’s Entrepreneur and Innovation Hall of Fame. Among those honored were Dr. Ron Manahan of Grace College and Bill Henthorn and Chuck Yeager, of Midwest Rake, all members of the Winona Lake Church. Below is part of the report from inkfreenews.com about the event. Click here to read the complete article.
Hall of Fame Honors the Spirit of Enterprise
Honoring enterprise, invention, innovation and entrepreneurs is the purpose behind the annual Kosciusko Economic Development Corporation’s Entrepreneur and Innovation Hall of Fame.
Six companies and 13 individuals associated with those companies were inducted into the KEDCo Hall of Fame Wednesday evening in Warsaw.
Honored individuals included Paul, Steve and Bruce Grossnickle, Dr. Ron Manahan, Elburn “Gay” and Dan Robinson, Bill Henthorn, Reub and Chandler Williams and the Williams Family and Rex, Brent and Josh Wildman.
Companies recognized were Grossnickle Eye Center, Grace College, Robinson Construction, Seymour/Midwest Rake, Times-Union/Reub Williams and Sons and Wildman Business Group.
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