Jischke to be a Hoosier in retirement

Purdue University President Martin Jischke and his wife, Patty, have bought a condominium in West Lafayette as they anticipate his retiring June 30 after five years at the post.

The Chicago-area native said he plans to retain his board appointments, including Evansville-based utility Vectren Corp., and devote time to favorite charities, particularly causes related to reading to children at young ages.

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