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October 26, 2013

Business People: Oct. 27

Andrew Fox joins Old National Bank’s Anderson South Banking Center

ANDERSON — Old National Bank recently named Andrew Fox as the new Banking Center Manager-Assistant Vice President at its Anderson South banking center location at 1908 E. 53rd St.

The banking center will be replaced by Old National’s new banking center, currently under construction at 2312 Charles St. ONB’s Anderson South associates will move to the new banking center, scheduled to open in December.

Fox joined Old National in 2006 and has served as a personal banker, assistant manager and manager at locations in its Indianapolis region. He is a graduate of Hanover College with a degree in business administration. Fox resides in Pendleton and is a member East Christian Church in Markleville.

Brow named dining services director at Barrington

CARMEL — The Barrington of Carmel, a life care senior living community opening next month, has named Andy Brow director of dining services. The announcement was made by Troy Cannaday, executive director of The Barrington.

Having grown up in Anderson, Brow went on to major in business administration at Ball State University and then later transferred to Anderson College. Brow’s career started with a 28-year tenure with Bob Evans Restaurants. He served as Area Director for more than 20 years in the Fort Wayne market. In that role, Brow was a successful multi-unit executive responsible for overseeing eight restaurants across Northeast Indiana and Northwest Ohio, which encompassed 35 managers and more than 500 employees. During his time with Bob Evans, he grew the market from two restaurants to eight under his direction.

Veteran RTV6 Reporter Norman Cox to retire

INDIANAPOLIS — Veteran RTV6 reporter Norman Cox will retire at the end of the month after 36 years of service, news director Terri Cope-Walton announced.

As statehouse reporter, he has covered seven Indiana governors, from Otis Bowen to Mike Pence.

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