Indianapolis Business Journal

DEC. 10-16, 2021

A bill already under consideration by the Indiana Legislature orders that any worker who request a religious exemption to an employer’s vaccine mandate can automatically get one, “without further inquiry.” As John Russell reports, the bill raises thorny questions about the balance between a worker’s religious freedoms and the right of employers to keep workplaces safe. Also in this week’s issue, Mickey Shuey questions whether city tourism and sports officials properly vetted  a financially troubled developmental football association before it racked up some $1.4 million in unpaid bills in Indianapolis last spring. And Dave Lindquist explains how the College Football Playoff National Championship, set for Jan. 10 in Indianapolis, plans to make a big investment in local teachers.

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2021 CFO of the Year: Dan Harmeyer

Dan Harmeyer’s primary responsibility is leading the finance team at Batesville Casket Co. and working with the executive management team to deliver on its mission of helping families honor the lives of those they love.

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2021 CFO of the Year: Todd Borgmann

Todd Borgmann is responsible for finance, accounting, IT, crude oil trading, and economics and activities for Calumet Specialty Products Co., which produces nearly 3,400 unique specialty products, including various asphalts, oils, fuels and gels.

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2021 CFO of the Year: Rodger McHargue

Since becoming CFO of First Financial Corp. in 2010, Rodger McHargue has helped First Financial double in size, from $2.5 billion in assets to $5 billion, and expand its footprint beyond Indiana and Illinois to include Kentucky and Tennessee.

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2021 CFO of the Year: Jason Cadwell

Jason Cadwell oversees finance, accounting, revenue cycle, human resources, information systems, property and facility management, and agency risk management for Four County Comprehensive Mental Health Center Inc., a not-for-profit community mental health center that serves 11 north-central Indiana counties.

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2021 CFO of the Year: Deanna J. Oware

Deanna Oware’s job as a member of the leadership team for the Indiana Department of Workforce Development is to ensure effective operation of the finance department’s procurement, accounting and payroll, budget, grant accounting, and analysis and reconciliation units. Finance

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