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Plugged into the Community

Plugged into the Community

Mooresville Banker & Community Servant reflects on 45 years of doing what he loves.

The saying goes that when you love what you do, you never go to work. John Ehrhart feels blessed that over the last several years, he had the opportunity to experience exactly that sort of job satisfaction. On the eve of his retirement, John reflected back on a distinguished career in banking that reaches back over 45 years, and looked ahead to the next chapter in his life.

Heart and Pride at Home in Mooresville

Heart and Pride at Home in Mooresville

Morgan County residents may know that Miller’s Merry Manor has been in Mooresville for the last 30 years, but they may be surprised to learn a few things about the business.
In 1964, Wallace and Connie Miller purchased a former County Home. Their original vision was to provide long-term healthcare for the aging. That vision blossomed and in 1982, the Millers purchased the Country Nursing Home in Mooresville renaming it Miller’s Merry Manor…

Dental Carefor those close to home and U.S. soldiers everywhere

Dental Carefor those close to home and U.S. soldiers everywhere

Kirk Yegerlehner grew up on the south side of Indy. With his office in Waverly at S.R. 144 and S.R. 37, you might think Kirk only moved a few miles from home. In fact, he’s been all over the world.”I graduated from Perry Meridian High School,” Dr. Yegerlehner recalled, “and since 988 my family and I have lived on a farm a couple miles from the office — roughly six miles from where I grew up.”

Staying Fluid

Staying Fluid

Rocks and water were at the center of Frank Olin’s professional life. Not exactly mountains and beaches all the time, but he was riding a wave of success that was pushing his business, AQUAPro Systems, LLC, higher and higher up the hill. Then the real estate market collapse brought his customers to their knees – and some of them were not able to rise again. His wave of success slowed to a trickle.

The Grass Was Greener

The Grass Was Greener

Parks Outdoor Maintenance in Monrovia has been built on faith, family and diversification. With a surname of Parks, it would seem that lawn care and outdoor maintenance would be a given occupation. It wasn’t quite that simple for Rodney Parks, but it was definitely what was meant to be.

Blue Ribbon Committee Creates Blueprint for Economic Growth

Blue Ribbon Committee Creates Blueprint for Economic Growth

At a small reception in Bradford Woods, a gathering of business, civic, political and education leaders heard the results of several months of work and study, as the results of the Blue Ribbon Committee were shared. The Blue Ribbon Committee, formed in January, represents a group of local leaders and leaders from outside Morgan County – all of whom either live or work in Morgan County – charged with the responsibility to explore how Morgan County can realize stronger growth.

Retiring Banker Leaves a Legacy of Community Service

Retiring Banker Leaves a Legacy of Community Service

Sharon Duram is retiring, concluding 47 years in banking, customer service, and community leadership. She ends on a high note: nine years as Bank Manager of the First Merchants Bank in Mooresville with six grandchildren, a retired husband, and a brother and sister who reside locally, Sharon has made the decision to spend more time with her family.

She admits the decision is bittersweet, and without a doubt the local community will miss her as much as she will miss them. Sharon’s contributions to Morgan County include serving…

You’re Very Welcome

You’re Very Welcome

Mooresville Library Director Diane Huerkamp remembers her visits as a little girl to her local library in Irvington, Indiana, on the east side of Indianapolis. “I remember the excitement of opening those glass doors and entering another world where my imagination could take me anywhere. I remember a distinctive aroma only those who have read books mere inches from their noses can understand.”

New Leader at the Helm

New Leader at the Helm

At a time when his peers were dreaming of donning the uniform of a policeman, fireman or astronaut, Doug Puckett, the new president and CEO of IU Health Morgan Hospital, had his eye on another uniform – the businessman’s suit and tie. As a boy, he liked the idea of carrying a briefcase every day. The allure of becoming a businessman never waned and when it came time to choose a career path and college courses, he narrowed his focus. “

AUTO-MATIC Customer Service

AUTO-MATIC Customer Service

On a snowy weekday morning the phone doesn’t quit ringing and there’s a steady stream of customers through the door. In the waiting area is a family with a child playing with toys while his parents watch TV and talk on their cell phones. A woman is tapping at her laptop keyboard in the light of a picture window while yet another woman cracks open a textbook.

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