Honoree

D. Jack Mahuron

AWARDS

IU Southeast Chancellor's Medallion (2003)
IU Southeast Chancellor's Medallion
Location: New Albany
Presenter: Sandra R. Patterson-Randles

BIOGRAPHY

D. Jack Mahuron, a native of Salem, Indiana, is a graduate of Salem High School and attended Clemson University in South Carolina. He is a retired banker having last served as president and vice-chairman of Farmers-Citizens Bank with prior employment at First National Bank of Louisville and National City of Salem-New Albany Banks. Jack is also retired military and served over 45 years in the reserve, retiring as a Major, and was on active duty during WWII and the Korean War. At present he is on the State Armory Board which supervises all fiscal needs and physical properties of the military armories, Camp Atterbury, and Muscatatuck Urban Training Center in Indiana.

He currently serves on the IU Southeast Board of Advisors, along with his appointment as President of Washington County Hospital Foundation, Inc., Hoosier Youth Challenge Foundation, and John Hay Center Foundation. He previously worked as Director of The Washington County Historical Society, Executive Director and Co-Founder of the Washington County Community Foundation, Secretary and Co-Founder of the Washington County Economic Growth Partnership, Fair Board President, Past Commander of the V.F.W., and Chairman of the U.S. Savings Bond Program. Prior to his last appointment to the IU Southeast Board of Advisors, Jack was awarded the Chancellor's Medallion in 2003. Mahuron has also received a Sagamore of the Wabash from Governor Otis Bowen.