Ellen Swisher Crabb
Ellen Swisher Crabb

Indiana Landmarks members recently elected six new directors, including one with a Sheridan connection. Ellen Swisher Crabb, Indianapolis, is vice chairman of United Animal Health, an international company headquartered in Sheridan. She lives in a historic home and her firm has purchased and maintained Sheridan’s bank, library and grocery store.

The other new directors are: Olon F. Dotson, Muncie, an associate professor of architecture in Ball State University’s College of Architecture and Planning; Peter J. Sacopulos, a Terre Haute attorney in the family firm, Sacopulos Law; Robert L. Santa, Bloomington, a vice president of finance for the Cook Group Incorporated; John D. Zeglis, Culver, the retired chairman and CEO of AT&T Wireless Services; and Beau F. Zoeller, Indianapolis and Clark County, a public finance attorney in the Indianapolis and Louisville offices of Frost Brown Todd.

The board elected a new slate of officers for the coming year: Randall Shepard, Indianapolis, honorary chairman; James Fadely, Indianapolis, past chairman; Parker Beauchamp, Wabash, chairman; Sara Edgerton, Indianapolis, vice chairman; Brett McKamey, Indianapolis, treasurer; Doris Anne Sadler, Indianapolis, secretary and assistant treasurer; Thomas Engle, assistant secretary; Marsh Davis, president; and Judy O’Bannon, secretary emerita. Five retiring board members join Indiana Landmarks’ Brain Trust, a group of former directors who continue to advise the organization: Carl Cook of Bloomington, past chairman; Elaine Bedel, Indianapolis; Julie Donnell, Fort Wayne; Matthew Stegall, Richmond; and Brad Toothaker, South Bend. Tim Shelly of Elkhart, former chairman of the board, leads the Brain Trust.

Two board members were re-elected to second terms, which also will end in September 2021: Edward Clere of New Albany and George Rogge of Gary.

The newly elected directors will serve three-year terms expiring in September 2021.