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December 15, 2013

Business news in brief, week of Dec. 15, 2013

McCord's hires new business supply managers

Mike McCord, owner of McCord’s INCOM Wholesale Supply, recently hired two new managers for the company's business supply division.

Matt Reef has been hired as the new Sales Manager and Judy Fultz as the Customer Support Manager. Reef is a 2008 graduate from Logansport High School and 2012 graduate from Hanover College. Fultz previously worked 16 years at Green Power/Tri Green Tractor.

Current co-managers Joe and Deb Heilman have announced that after being part of the McCord team for 17 and a half years, they will be moving to Fort Wayne to be closer to family. Deb joined the McCord’s INCOM Wholesale Supply staff soon after Wells Wagner Surendorf was purchased by the McCord’s in 1997.

A cake and punch reception will be from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday so customers and friends may stop by to wish the Heilmans well and to meet the new managers.

Alec Ely will continue his role with the team as a customer service representative.

McCord’s INCOM Wholesale Supply is located inside the McCord’s Do it Best store in Eastgate Plaza – 2865 E. Market St. INCOM provides janitorial and office supplies to businesses primarily in Cass, Fulton, Pulaski, Miami and White counties. Staff can be reached by phone at 574-722-2442 and the online catalog is at www.mccords.incomsupply.com.

MCF passes audit

BUNKER HILL — The Miami Correctional Facility received high praises recently after passing an internal audit by the Indiana Department of Correction audit team.

The audit team, which normally visits the correctional facility for two days, was able to do the work electronically. The audit system has been computerized allowing individuals to work from their own offices reviewing needed information to determine compliance with the 528 mandatory and non-mandatory standards developed by the American Correctional Association.

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