2011 CFO of the Year

CFOs of the Year: Financial gurus get their due

December 9, 2011
 IBJ Staff
CFOs_WatchVideoIBJ's CFO of the Year program honors top financial leaders at Indiana companies and not-for-profits. Click to find videos and revealing profiles of this year's winners: Wayne DeVeydt of WellPoint Inc., John P. Menne of Harlan Bakeries LLC, John Brehm of Citizens Energy Group, and Mike Reffeitt of BioStorage Technologies Inc.
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2011 CFO OF THE YEAR: Mike Reffeitt

December 9, 2011
Tawn Parent
Mike Reffeitt, CFO at BioStorage Technologies Inc., is the top honoree in the private companies (revenue $100 million or less) category.
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2011 CFO OF THE YEAR: Linda Wilgus

December 9, 2011
Tawn Parent
Linda Wilgus, executive director and CFO of Northwest Radiology Network, is a finalist in the private companies (revenue $100 million or less) category.
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2011 CFO OF THE YEAR: Jim Zaloudek

December 9, 2011
Tawn Parent
Jim Zaloudek, executive vice president and CFO of T2 Systems Inc., is a finalist in the private companies (revenue $100 million or less) category.
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2011 CFO OF THE YEAR: John P. Menne

December 9, 2011
Tawn Parent
John Menne, CFO of Harlan Bakeries LLC, is the top honoree in the private companies (revenue over $100 million) category.
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2011 CFO OF THE YEAR: Michael S. Parrett

December 9, 2011
Tawn Parent
Michael Parrett, vice president and CFO of Herff Jones Inc., is a finalist in the private companies (revenue over $100 million) category.
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2011 CFO OF THE YEAR: Bart Shroyer

December 9, 2011
Tawn Parent
Bart Shroyer, CFO of Defender Direct Inc.,is a finalist in the private companies (revenue over $100 million) category.
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2011 CFO OF THE YEAR: Wayne DeVeydt

December 9, 2011
Tawn Parent
Wayne DeVeydt, executive vice president and CFO of WellPoint Inc., is the top honoree in the public companies category.
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2011 CFO OF THE YEAR: Jeffrey A. Blade

December 9, 2011
Tawn Parent
Jeffrey Blade, executive vice president, CFO and chief administrative officer of Vera Bradley Inc., is a finalist in the public companies category.
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2011 CFO OF THE YEAR: G. Patrick Corydon

December 9, 2011
Tawn Parent
Patrick Corydon, executive vice president and CFO of Baldwin & Lyons Inc., is a finalist in the public companies category.
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2011 CFO OF THE YEAR: Nancy Carlson

December 9, 2011
Tawn Parent
Nancy Carlson, vice president and CFO of Music for All Inc., is a finalist in the not-for-profit category.
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2011 CFO OF THE YEAR: Marvin L. White

December 9, 2011
Tawn Parent
Marvin White, system vice president and CFO of St. Vincent Health, is a finalist in the not-for-profit category.
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2011 CFO OF THE YEAR: John Brehm

December 2, 2011
Tawn Parent
John Brehm, senior vice president and CFO of Citizens Energy Group, is the top honoree in the not-for-profit category.
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