The word has already gotten out that Ed Kominowski is back in Morgan County. The Martinsville native has been away for 10 years generating fundraising success for universities and colleges in Florida. This after beginning his career working on capital campaigns and pursuing regional gifts for the Indiana University Foundation.
Nestled in the back of the Flagstaff Business Industrial Park across from a wide field of corn is a quiet Mooresville multimillion dollar business that touches some of the most prestigious organizations and structures in the nation. Robert Sloan and investors took ownership of the company in 1996 and he remained on as president when the company was sold to Mestek in 2012.
Endeavor Communications is committed to providing state-of-the-art Internet and telecommunications in Morgan County
What gets you up and out of bed every morning? At first that sounds like an easy, casual kind of question, but in reality, it is a pretty deep and challenging question. When first posed with that question, real estate entrepreneur Shane Williams simply said he was a blessed, happy person. But then he stopped and after a moment, he said, “Really, we are trying to find ways to expand out. Maintaining and growing, looking for continuous improvement and expansion; that’s a challenge, but a great adventure, too. You want to build on, but you want to build it right. I guess hunting opportunities and the puzzle of it all. That’s what I really enjoy.”
Mooresville’s Rex Nichols Insurance Agency still thrives after 29 years in business
Dr. Michele Moore sees hope in synergy between school and business in Martinsville
Successfully Merging the Past with the Present and the Future
Holloway Engineering and Surveying built on interest and experience
After 84 years, Foley, Foley, & Peden are still working to leave a legacy of service to Morgan County
Even when their business grew to supply customers across the globe, Steve Overton and his brothers, Ron and Rick, stay in Central Indiana, Mooresville more specifically. Why is that?
Steve says it’s because of a couple of reasons.