Honoree

Alex D. Huskey

AWARDS

IU Kokomo Alumni Hall of Fame (2013)
Indiana University Kokomo

BIOGRAPHY

Alex D. Huskey currently serves as chairman of the Indiana Alcohol and Tobacco Commission, and is an ordained minister, serving as pastor of the New Bethany Church of God in Christ, Marion. He served in the U.S. Air Force from 1983-1993. When he left active duty, he enrolled at IU Kokomo, and earned a bachelor's degree in general studies. Later, he returned to campus to earn a Master of Public Management degree in 2010. He had a distinguished career with the Marion Police Department, where he was deputy chief. In 2004, he was the first African American appointed superintendent of the Indiana Excise Police, a position he held until former Gov. Mitch Daniels appointed him to the alcohol and tobacco commission. Daniels also honored him with the Governor's Distinguished Service Medal in 2013.