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IBA: Inaugural Class of Senior Fellows

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The Indianapolis Bar Foundation had inducted a new class of fellows, Senior Fellows. Senior Fellows of the Indianapolis Bar Foundation are Distinguished Fellows who have been nominated based upon their continued and outstanding dedication to the welfare of their communities and to the high­est principles of the legal profession. They are individuals who care about the legal pro­fession and are willing to continue to support the mission of the Indianapolis Bar Founda­tion: Advancing justice and leading positive change in Indianapolis through philanthropy, education and service.

This is a unique, new honor limited to prior Distinguished Fellows who continue to serve the public and profession with distinction, and who exemplify all that is good about our Bar. Those inducted include the following:

James Dorr Babcock

The Hon. Carr L. Darden Sr.

Thomas W. Dinwiddie

Julia Blackwell Gelinas

Edward W. Harris III

Thomas Q. Henry

David K. Herzog

Martha S. Hollingsworth

John David Hoover

Richard A. Huser

D. Bruce Kehoe

Jon B. Laramore

Larry A. Mackey

Michael K. McCrory

Patricia Polis McCrory

Byron L. Myers

Gary P. Price

James A. Reed

Kevin C. Schiferl

Andrew Z. Soshnick

Karen C. Turner

Robert F. Wagner

John and Vivian Maley hosted a recep­tion in honor of the nominees. Sponsors of the event were Barnes & Thornburg LLP & FTI Consulting.•

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