Monthly Archives: April 2011

Pete Metzelaars ’82 – Another Chapel Touchdown!

What a great way to end the Chapel Talk Season – a tight end touchdown! Pete answered questions from the guys and talked about his thoughts on the upcoming NFL season (Want to know?  Watch the video!).  Most of all, … Continue reading

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Bet You Can’t Guess…

I never did get a good photo of the front of this shirt.  But I can give you a couple of hints on what it says…then I’ll just let you fill in the visuals. There’s a W, A, B, A, … Continue reading

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Wabash Alumnus In the Middle of Royal Wedding

Parker Sawyers ’05 and his family live and work in London – just a few blocks from Buckingham  Palace.  They are “on the tube” in a feature about the Royal Wedding done by Indy channel 13 (WTHR.)

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David Shane ’70 + LDI Ltd. = Spirit United

David Shane, Class of 1970 and member of the Board of Trustees, has long been a strong friend of Wabash College.  David also actively supports the Indianapolis community in many ways.  On March 22, as President and CEO of LDI Ltd., … Continue reading

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Can’t Escape The Royal Wedding

If it seems as though you cannot escape the news of the Royal Wedding and you live here in the states, imagine living and working in England just minutes from Buckingham Palace. Wabash alumnus Parker Sawyers ’05 and his family … Continue reading

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Paul Deffenbaugh ’80 Expert on Construction Content

Paul Deffenbaugh [Class of 1980] is Chief Content Officer of Deep Brook Media, and former Editorial Director of Reed Construction Group.  Paul will be part of a two-member panel on the Killer Construction Content webcast on May 16, providing his own editor’s … Continue reading

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Fire By The Monon – A New Eating Experience in Indy

There’s a new restaurant in town and it describes itself as “a grilling experience with a heart-healthy American cuisine”. Sounds like it should receive the official “lipitor” seal of approval! Here’s the web link. The difference?  Well, two Little Giants … Continue reading

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