Change happens, whether we want it or not. Change is business as usual at PDS Connect. “I’m in technology,” PDS Connect President Eric Rogers said. “I know about change.” Rogers’s professional life has been built on it.
WHEN IT’S MORE THAN A JOB
Graduating from Monrovia High School, Shane Harris had no solid plan. He describes himself as a gearhead since his youth so working in the automotive industry and designing cars sounded like a promising idea.
LET THE GIRL PLAY
Morgan County is experiencing another new first with Kim Merideth assuming the role in January 2021 of President/Chair of the Morgan County Council.
FROM THE GROUND UP
Many small business owners start a business because they love to provide a particular service or a specific product. They are happy, sometimes content, to have a business that allows them to support their family comfortably.
EVERYONE NEEDS A GOOD NIGHT’S SLEEP
In 1975, Bob Smalling’s family moved from the Eastside of Indianapolis to Mooresville. He enrolled as a sophomore at Mooresville High School. When he graduated, he was not certain of his path.
One thing is for certain, you never know when you will meet someone who will change your life. That person for Rich Myers was a good friend of his father who would come by their Eminence home to visit.
BUILT BY DESIGN
Like many youngsters who grew up in Speedway Indiana the sound of racecars flat out on the track fueled Brian Figg’s dreams of being a race car driver. The proximity of race shops and the cottage industries surrounding them offered the junior high student opportunities to explore the industry…
Making that decision required changes in the distribution process. Special trucks and specifically trained and certified HazMat drivers were essential.
MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE
The YMCA dedicates programming to improve people and their lives in Morgan County
A BLOSSOMING LANDSCAPE
Keith Smith’s introduction to landscaping came when he was 18 years old and went to work as a laborer for a family friend. The first day, he was tasked with shoveling 30 yards of pine bark, by himself, and he loved it. Although he didn’t know it at the time, that day was the beginning of a 30-year profession.