When Tim Coon purchased Indiana Machine Works (IMW) in 2005, the Mooresville-established manufacturing company had a reputation for excellence spanning over sixty years. The company was created in 1943 as a subsidiary of LABECO (Laboratory Equipment Corp) for their production of automotive and aerospace testing machines.
St. Francis Mooresville Expands to 24 / 7 ER Capabilities St. Francis Mooresville Expands to 24 / 7 ER Capabilities
Back in 2000, when St. Francis first purchased the thriving campus of Kendrick Hospital, the corporation committed to expanding facilities into a full-service 24/7 hospital with ER capabilities. Eight years later–occasionally distinguished by major construction and parking lot detours as the infrastructure took shape–St. Francis Mooresville officially launched the expanded facilities October 1.
Now entering its fourth year, Beasley Creek Farms has been organizing and renting the St. John family farm for group fall parties, tours, and special events for the young and old. “We provide group hayrides and bonfires space for group activities, and we have a pumpkin patch for kids,” said Lori St. John, a farmer’s wife who came up with the Beasley Creek Farms concept. “We reserve a lot of church groups, pre-school groups, and private gatherings.”
Black Signs was establish in Minnesota in 1998, and quickly became a prominent, popular feature for Minnesota businesses. In fact, as the owner of the Ronneyby Bar in Minnesota, Glen Witham had rented Black Signs for his business on many occasions over the years. Shortly after moving to Martinsville, Witham realized the signs were nowhere in Indiana. Sensing an opportunity, he entered into a partnership with Black Signs to offer the same services in Indiana and Kentucky on an exclusive basis. Witham opened under the name Anew Blacksigns in May 2007.