Monthly Archives: December 2013

Phillip Merriett ’08 joins Wabash IT staff

Phillip Merriett ’08 has joined the IT Services staff as Audio and Video Technician.  Much of Phillip’s work will focus on AV support for events in the Fine Arts Center, but he will provide assistance with events across campus, and … Continue reading

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Drew Weintraut ’07 recognized by Purdue University

Andrew A. “Drew” Weintraut ’07 received the “Professional Achievement” award at the Staff Awards of Excellence in the School of Engineering, Purdue University, dinner on November 15 in Lafayette, IN. Drew is Director of Corporate Relations, College of Engineering and was … Continue reading

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Prof. Bill Placher ’70 leaves a legacy library

Wabash College’s beloved Professor of Religion Bill Placher ’70 died unexpectedly in 2008.  He left his personal library to Wabash, and requested that what Wabash could not use would go to a theological institution overseas:  The Evangelical Theological Seminary in … Continue reading

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John Dykstra ’13 named Journal Review reporter

John Dykstra ’13 was recently named as a reporter for the Crawfordsville Journal Review.  It is a new position for John, but he is very familiar with the JR – as a place that introduced him to journalism in a … Continue reading

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Steve Mackin ’98 named COO of Cancer Treatment Centers of America

Steve Mackin ’98 has been named chief operating officer of Cancer Treatment Centers of America.  He is the former president and CEO of CTCA in Tulsa, OK. Click here to read about Steve’s career with CTCA, which has six locations … Continue reading

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George Seidensticker ’57 celebrates centennial business

George Seidensticker III ’57 owns a printing company which was honored for its 100 years of business in Indiana.  Maco Press, Inc. was started in 1913 by an Indianapolis businessman, and George purchased the commercial printing business from the family in 1971. Click … Continue reading

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Kenyatta Brame ’92 named exec. VP

Kenyatta L. Brame ’92 has been promoted to executive vice president of Cascade Engineering in Grand Rapids, Michigan, a leading provider of engineered plastics systems and components. Kenyatta grew up in Grand Rapids, and after Wabash he earned a juris doctorate … Continue reading

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