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Indiana's highest-paid CEOs.

The 50 highest-paid chief executives of public companies

1 STEPHEN C. HILBERT

Chairman, president & CEO Conseco, Carmel 1995 PAY & BONUS: $7,822,211 1995 long-term compensation: $2,355,190 1994 pay & bonus: $9,901,899 Pay & bonus change 1994-1995: -21.0% Business: Insurance holding company 1995 company revenue: $2.9 billion 1995 company net income: $220.4 million Joined company: Founded company in 1979 Age: 50 Education: Attended Indiana State University

2 RANDALL L. TOBIAS

Chairman & CEO Eli Lilly & Co., Indianapolis 1995 PAY & BONUS: $2,068,377 1995 long-term compensation: $1,697,988 1994 pay & bonus: $1,917,094 Pay & bonus change 1994-1995: 7.9% Business: Pharmaceuticals 1995 company revenue: $6.8 billion 1995 company net income: $2.3 billion Joined company: 1993 Age: 54 Education: B.S. 1964, Indiana University

3 JAMES A. HENDERSON

Chairman & CEO Cummins Engine Co., Columbus 1995 PAY & BONUS: $1,426,700 1995 long-term compensation: $801,000 1994 pay & bonus: $1,461,460 Pay & bonus change 1994-1995: -2.4% Business: Diesel engines and related products 1995 company revenue: $5.2 billion 1995 company net income: $224 million Joined company: 1964 Age: 61 Education: B.A. 1956, Princeton University; M.B.A. 1963, Harvard University

4 WILLIAM E. BINDLEY

Chairman, president & CEO Bindley Western Industries, Indianapolis 1995 PAY & BONUS: $ 1,113,404 1994 pay & bonus: $1,069,939 Pay & bonus change 1994-1995: 4.1% Business: Pharmaceutical distribution 1995 company revenue: $4.7 billion 1995 company net income: $16.4 million Joined company: Founded company in 1968 Age: 55 Education: B.S. 1962, Purdue University

5 IAN M. ROLLAND

Chairman & CEO Lincoln National Corp., Fort Wayne 1995 PAY & BONUS: $1,029,893 1995 long-term compensation: $9,773 1995 stock options exercised: $306,000 1994 pay & bonus: $1,060,224 Pay & bonus change 1994-1995: -2.9% Business: Insurance and financial services 1995 company revenue: $6.6 billion 1995 company net income: $482.2 million Joined company: 1956 Age: 63 Education: B.A. 1955, DePauw University; M.S. 1956, University of Michigan

6 ROBERT B. MCDONALD

President & CEO Great Lakes Chemical Corp., West Lafayette 1995 PAY & BONUS: $941,807 1994 pay & bonus: $602,025 Pay & bonus change 1994-1995: 56.4% Business: Specialty chemicals 1995 company revenue: $2.4 billion 1995 company net income: $295.6 million Joined company: 1968 Age: 59 Education: B.E. 1958, Yale University; M.S. 1960, University of Washington

7 GEORGE A. SISSEL

President & CEO Ball Corp., Muncie 1995 PAY & BONUS: $936,714 1994 pay & bonus: $721,349 Pay & bonus change 1994-1995: 29.9% Business: Packaging products, aerospace and communications systems and services 1995 company revenue: $2.6 billion 1995 company net income: $-21.7 million Joined company: 1970 Age: 59 Education: B.S. 1958, University of Colorado; J.D. 1966, University of Minnesota

8 W AUGUST HILLENBRAND

President & CEO Hillenbrand Industries, Batesville 1995 PAY & BONUS: $883,017 1994 pay & bonus: $844,434 Pay & bonus change 1994-1995: 4.6% Business: Caskets, hospital equipment, insurance 1995 company revenue: $1.6 billion 1995 company net income: $89.9 million Joined company: 1966 Age: 55 Education: B.S. 1965, St. Joseph College

9 JEFFREY H. SMULYAN

Chairman & president Emmis Broadcasting, Indianapolis 1995 PAY & BONUS: $788,853 1994 pay & bonus: $726,436 Pay & bonus change 1994-1995: 8.6% Business: Broadcasting and publishing 1995 company revenue: $99.8 million 1995 company net income: $10.3 million Joined company: Formed company in 1980 Age: 49 Education: B.A. 1969, J.D. 1972, University of Southern California

10 NORMA J. OMAN President & CEO

Meridian Insurance Group, Indpls. 1995 PAY & BONUS: $776,591 1995 stock options exercised: $121,267 1994 pay & bonus: $568,199 Pay & bonus change 1994-1995: 36.7% Business: Insurance holding company 1995 company revenue: $159.8 million 1995 company net income: $11.6 million Joined company: 1974 Age: 49 Education: B.A. 1970, M.A. 1971, IU continued on next page

11 GARY L. NEALE

Chairman, president & CEO of NIPSCO Industries Headquarters: Hammond Business: Electric and gas utility 1995 company revenue: $1.7 billion 1995 company net income: $175.5 million 1995 long-term compensation: $527,812 1995 PAY & BONUS: $759,034

12 FRANK E. RUSSELL

President & CEO of Central Newspapers Headquarters: Indianapolis Business: Newspapers 1995 company revenue: $579.9 million 1995 company net income: $54 million 1995 PAY & BONUS: $756,624

13 V. JOHN GOODWIN

President & CEO of National Steel Headquarters: Mishawaka Business: Integrated steel production 1995 company revenue: $3 billion 1995 company net income: $110.8 million 1995 PAY & BONUS: $742,840

14 JOHN R. HODOWAL

Chairman & president of IPALCO Enterprises Headquarters: Indianapolis Business: Electric utility 1995 company revenue: $709.2 million 1995 company net income: $98.8 million 1995 long-term compensation: $567,278 1995 PAY & BONUS: $734,468

15 BYRON O. POND

President & CEO of Arvin Industries Headquarters: Columbus Business: Automotive products 1995 company revenue: $2 billion 1995 company net income: $19 million 1995 stock options exercised: $53,844 1995 PAY & BONUS: $733,156

16 EDWARD J. HUSSEY

Chairman & president of Liberty Homes Headquarters: Goshen Business: Manufactured housing 1995 company revenue: $164.8 million 1995 company net income: $6.4 million 1995 PAY & BONUS: $694,400

17 J. GEORGE MIKELSONS

Chairman & CEO of Amtran Headquarters: Indianapolis Business: Airline and air-charter service 1995 company revenue: $715 million 1995 company net income: $8.5 million 1995 PAY & BONUS: $690,324

18 DOUGLAS W. HUEMME

Chairman, president & CEO of Lilly Industries Headquarters: Indianapolis Business: Industrial product finishes 1995 company revenue: $328.3 million 1995 company net income: $20.3 million 1995 stock options exercised: $68,088 1995 PAY & BONUS: $669,858

19 ARTHUR J. DECIO

Chairman & CEO of Skyline Corp. Headquarters: Elkhart Business: Manufactured housing, recreational vehicles 1995 company revenue: $646.5 million 1995 company net income: $18.2 million 1995 PAY & BONUS: $668,000

20 WILLIAM I. MILLER

Chairman of Irwin Financial Corp. Headquarters: Columbus Business: Financial-services holding company 1995 company revenue: $180 million 1995 company net income: $20.1 million 1995 PAY & BONUS: $635,441

21 DON E. MARSH

Chairman, president & CEO of Marsh Supermarkets Headquarters: Indianapolis Business: Retail grocer 1995 company revenue: $1.3 billion 1995 company net income: $8.6 million 1995 PAY & BONUS: $632,521

22 DAVID R. PARIDY

President & CEO of Stant Corp. Headquarters: Richmond Business: Auto parts and tools 1995 company revenue: $612.4 million 1995 company net income: $14.7 million 1995 PAY & BONUS: $619,448

23 CHRISTOPHER J. MURPHY III President & CEO of 1st Source Corp.

Headquarters: South Bend Business: Bank holding company 1995 company revenue: $154.6 million 1995 company net income: $21 million 1995 long-term compensation: $138,412 1995 PAY & BONUS: $557,910

24 DOUGLAS A. HABIG

President & CEO of Kimball International Headquarters: Jasper Business: Business and home furniture, pianos, electronics 1995 company revenue: $895.9 million 1995 company net income: $41.4 million 1995 PAY & BONUS: $550,913

25 JOSEPH P. WALKER

Chairman, president & CEO of CTS Corp. Headquarters: Elkhart Business: Electronic and electromechanical components 1995 company revenue: $300.2 million 1995 company net income: $17.2 million 1995 PAY & BONUS: $535,081

26 DONALD J. EHRLICH

President & CEO of Wabash National Corp. Headquarters: Lafayette Business: Standard and customized truck trailers 1995 company revenue: $734.3 million 1995 company net income: $25.4 million 1995 PAY & BONUS: $528,409

27 WILLIAM H. LAWSON

Chairman, president & CEO of Franklin Electric Co. Headquarters: Bluffton Business: Electric motors 1995 company revenue: $276.4 million 1995 company net income: $15.5 million 1995 stock options exercised: $832,327 1995 PAY & BONUS: $511,501

28 RONALD W. DOLLENS

President & CEO of Guidant Corp. Headquarters: Indianapolis Business: Medical and diagnostic devices 1995 company revenue: $931.3 million 1995 company net income: $101.1 million 1995 long-term compensation: $478,288 1995 PAY & BONUS: $496,287

29 THOMAS H. CORSON

Chairman & CEO of Coachmen Industries Headquarters: Elkhart Business: Recreational vehicles 1995 company revenue: $515.9 million 1995 company net income: $17.5 million 1995 PAY & BONUS: $474,067

30 JAMES O. FUTTERKNECHT JR.

Chairman & CEO of Excel Industries Headquarters: Elkhart Business: Automotive products 1995 company revenue: $596 million 1995 company net income: $16.3 million 1995 PAY & BONUS: $471,011

31 LAWRENCE A. FERGER

President & CEO of Indiana Energy Headquarters: Indianapolis Business: Gas utility holding company 1995 company revenue: $403.8 million 1995 company net income: $33 million 1995 long-term compensation: $132,939 1995 PAY & BONUS: $468,101

32 JOHN C. ALDIN

CEO of Baldwin & Lyons Headquarters: Indianapolis Business: Insurance holding company 1995 company revenue: $86.3 million 1995 company net income: $29.4 million 1995 PAY & BONUS: $459,278

33 JAMES T. MORRIS

Chairman & CEO of IWC Resources Corp. Headquarters: Indianapolis Business: Water utility holding company 1995 company revenue: $147.1 million 1995 company net income: $12.2 million 1995 long-term compensation: $72,930 1995 PAY & BONUS: $459,276

34 JACKSON R. LEHMAN

Chairman & CEO of Fort Wayne National Corp. Headquarters: Fort Wayne Business: Bank holding company 1995 company revenue: $179.9 million 1995 company net income: $26.7 million 1995 stock options exercised: $102,500 1995 PAY & BONUS: $446,500

35 ALAN B. GILMAN

President & CEO of Consolidated Products Headquarters: Indianapolis Business: Restaurants 1995 company revenue: $190.1 million 1995 company net income: $10 million 1995 long-term compensation: $180,625 1995 stock options exercised: $19,457 1995 PAY & BONUS: $440,631

36 DANIEL B. FITZPATRICK

President & CEO of Quality Dining Headquarters: Mishawaka Business: Restaurant operator 1995 company revenue: $105.3 million 1995 company net income: $5.9 million 1995 PAY & BONUS: $431,129

37 MERVIN D. LUNG

Chairman & CEO of Patrick Industries Headquarters: Elkhart Business: Recreational-vehicle and manufactured-housing supplier 1995 company revenue: $362.5 million 1995 company net income: $10.1 million 1995 PAY & BONUS: $427,822

38 MICHAEL E. THOMAS

President & CEO of Chromcraft Revington Headquarters: Delphi Business: Household and commercial furniture 1995 company revenue: $152.6 million 1995 company net income: $12 million 1995 PAY & BONUS: $425,069

39 KELLY L. ROSE

Chairman, president & CEO of Starcraft Automotive Corp. Headquarters: Goshen Business: Custom van and truck conversions 1995 company revenue: $113.1 million 1995 company net income: $2.8 million 1995 PAY & BONUS: $422,084

40 DAVID H. RUSSELL

President & CEO of Shoe Carnival Headquarters: Evansville Business: Retail shoe stores 1995 company revenue: $228.3 million 1995 company net income: $-7.2 million 1995 PAY & BONUS: $396,441

41 ROBERT H. MCKINNEY

Chairman & CEO of First Indiana Corp. Headquarters: Indianapolis Business: Savings bank holding company 1995 company revenue: $140.3 million 1995 company net income: $17.3 million 1995 PAY & BONUS: $396,230

42 THOMAS B. ROLLER

President & CEO of Fruehauf Trailer Corp. Headquarters: Indianapolis Business: Truck trailers 1995 company revenue: $418.8 million 1995 company net income: $-4.5 million 1995 long-term compensation: $103,653 1995 PAY & BONUS: $392,387

43 THOMAS B. CLARK

President & CEO of Alltrista Corp. Headquarters: Muncie Business: Home-canning products, plastic and metal packaging, zinc and industrial plastic products 1995 company revenue: $301.1 million 1995 company net income: $11.5 million 1995 long-term compensation: $16,333 1995 stock options exercised: $43,969 1995 PAY & BONUS: $391,883

44 W. SCOTT WEBBER

President & CEO of Software Artistry Headquarters: Indianapolis Business: Software designer 1995 company revenue: $25.6 million 1995 company net income: $3.7 million 1995 stock options exercised: $865,000 1995 PAY & BONUS: $390,916

45 DONALD E. SMITH

President, CEO & director of First Financial Corp. of Indiana Headquarters: Terre Haute Business: Bank holding company 1995 company revenue: $106.6 million 1995 company net income: $13.3 million 1995 PAY & BONUS: $386,385

46 CHARLOTTE FISCHER

Chairman, president & CEO of Paul Harris Stores Headquarters: Indianapolis Business: Clothing retailer 1995 company revenue: $167.5 million 1995 company net income: $1.6 million 1995 PAY & BONUS: $383,029

47 RONALD D. HUNTER

Chairman, president & CEO of Standard Management Corp. Headquarters: Indianapolis Business: Insurance holding company 1995 company revenue: $30.2 million 1995 company net income: $1.3 million 1995 PAY & BONUS: $376,785

48 RONALD G. REHERMAN

Chairman, president & CEO of SIGCORP Inc. Headquarters: Evansville Business: Gas and electric utility 1995 company revenue: $338.7 million 1995 company net income: $44.8 million 1995 PAY & BONUS: $375,833

49 H. LEE COOPER

Chairman & CEO of CNB Bancshares Headquarters: Evansville Business: Bank holding company 1995 company revenue: $320.5 million 1995 company net income: $35.7 million 1995 PAY & BONUS: $370,703

50 ALAN H. COHEN

Chairman, president & CEO of Finish Line Headquarters: Indianapolis Business: Athletic, outdoor and lifestyle footwear and apparel retailer 1995 company revenue: $240.2 million 1995 company net income: $9.7 million 1995 PAY & BONUS: $370,000
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