Monday, February 17, 2014

So Who Are Lou & Clay?

Hey Fellow Columbians...

We've asked you to swing by the Club for a few minutes this week and sign nominating petitions to get Clay Morgan and Lou Hensley on the ballot.  

Some of you have asked for a little more information about them. We're happy to provide it. 

Clay is an attorney who served in the US Navy from 1995 until 1999, where he was deployed twice to the Persian Gulf in support of Operation Southern Watch.  He graduated from Illinois State University in 2003 with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice.  Following Undergrad, he worked for Sentinel a California based company that remote monitors offenders sentenced to home detention nation-wide.  In 2007 he  attended Widener University School of Law in Delaware, where he graduated early in 2009. He started his own law practice, The Morgan Law Office, on July 4, 2010, and continues to practice law there to the present time.  

Lou is the Vice-President of Corporate Banking at the National Bank of Indianapolis. He's a 1977 graduate of DePauw University, receiving a B.A. in Economics and a minor in Accounting & Business Administration.  He has over 35 years in the banking industry, with the past 24 years focused on Commercial Corporate Lending.  He began his career at Merchants National Bank, which became National City Bank, and most recently at The National Bank of Indianapolis.  He is an active leader in many civic and community groups which include Kids Voice, Sigma Chi Fraternity, Impact Youth, United Hope Foundation, and The ABC, among many others.

Both are great guys and would serve the Club well.   We just need your help getting them on the ballot.

All you have to do is swing by the membership office between now and next Monday February 24th from 9-5 p.m. and sign their petition forms.

Clay and Lou stand more openness and transpanecy and most importantly, putting members first.  But they need your help.

You deserve a choice.  So swing by the Club and make it happen!


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