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John R. Hodowal

Chief Executive Officer

IPL Information Processing Ltd.

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IPL Information Processing Ltd.

Eveleigh House Grove Street

Bath, Bath and North East Somerset,BA1 5LR

United Kingdom

Company Description

IPL delivers software development, systems integration and consultancy services to customers who demand the highest standards of quality and dependability. We also develop leading edge testing tools that are used by software developers around the world. Fou...more

Background Information

Employment History

Chief Executive Officer

Y2K


Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Indianapolis Star


Chairman

then-IPL


Chairman

IPALCO Enterprises , Inc.


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www.namvets.com

It is the brainchild of John Hodowal, chairman of Indianapolis Power and Light Co. (IPALCO), an Indianapolis electric utility.Hodowal was inspired by a June 1998 New York Times article about living recipients of the medal.He persuaded IPALCO's board of directors to finance construction and maintenance of the memorial.


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John Hodowal - a Star Library biography… degree from Indiana University School of Law.Hobbies: Harley-Davidson motorcycles.CAREER HIGHLIGHTS 1968: Begins work at Indianapolis Power & Light as a …


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Hodowal, John R. -- Chairman of IPALCOHodowal spent virtually his entire career with Indianapolis Power & Light and as chairman he negotiated IPALCO's acquisition by AES Corp.He was also the driving force behind the establishment of the Medal of Honor Memorial in 1999.IPALCO Chairman John Hodowal announced the $3 billion deal in July 2000AmeritechPoor phone service prompted regulatory pressure in five Midwestern statesHeartland Financial caseHundres of investors lost savings in alleged Ponzi schemeJohn HodowalJohn R. HodowalCEO of IPALCO EnterprisesAfter spending virtually his entire career at IPALCO Enterprises or its subsidiaries, John R. Hodowal announced in 2000 he would retire as chairman and CEO of the Indianapolis utility company as a result of IPALCO's acquisition by AES Corp.Born in Dayton, Ohio, on Feb. 16, 1945, John Raymond Hodowal grew up in Richmond, Ind.His grandfather's encouragement, an aptitude for science and a desire to build things led him to Purdue University, where he graduated in 1966 with a bachelor's degree in engineering. Related Library files"IPALCO acquired by AES" Medal of Honor Memorial Nine months later, about to become a first-time father, Hodowal joined Indianapolis Power & Light as a junior engineer.He continued law school part-time and graduated in 1970, a year before his second daughter was born. After stints in the utility's engineering and legal departments, Hodowal was set to move to Virginia and open a law practice with a friend.In 1976, he went to then-IPL Chairman Zane Todd to submit his resignation.Todd surprised the young lawyer by asking him to become the company's treasurer.Hodowal decided to stay, spending the next 13 years in utility finance. Hodowal also helped set up IPALCO Enterprises, the holding company that became IPL's parent, as well as Mid-America Capital Resources Inc., another subsidiary overseeing non-utility businesses.It was as president of Mid-America in 1984 that Hodowal first caught the attention of Indiana's business community.The company bought, and sold within two years, Indianapolis Cablevision Inc., a cable television provider.The deal earned IPALCO a $48 million profit and Hodowal a $300,000 bonus.In 1989, Hodowal was named chairman and chief executive of IPALCO.As chairman, Hodowal initiated the failed 1993 effort to buy Public Service Indiana.The hostile takeover attempt ran for five months, turned bitter and ultimately failed when IPALCO couldn't muster the votes to elect a slate of candidates to PSI's board of directors.The cost to IPALCO was estimated at $34 million.In 1999, Hodowal led the campaign to construct a memorial to Medal of Honor winners.The $2.5 million memorial was dedicated in May 1999.Main | News | Opinion | Business | Sports | Entertainment | Living | Classifieds | Community Customer Service | Terms of service | Send feedback about IndyStar.comSubscribe to The Indianapolis Star


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Hodowal, John R. -- Chairman of IPALCOHodowal spent virtually his entire career with Indianapolis Power & Light and as chairman he negotiated IPALCO's acquisition by AES Corp.He was also the driving force behind the establishment of the Medal of Honor Memorial in 1999.IPALCO Chairman John Hodowal announced the $3 billion deal in July 2000AmeritechPoor phone service prompted regulatory pressure in five Midwestern statesHeartland Financial caseHundres of investors lost savings in alleged Ponzi schemeJohn HodowalJohn R. HodowalCEO of IPALCO EnterprisesAfter spending virtually his entire career at IPALCO Enterprises or its subsidiaries, John R. Hodowal announced in 2000 he would retire as chairman and CEO of the Indianapolis utility company as a result of IPALCO's acquisition by AES Corp.Born in Dayton, Ohio, on Feb. 16, 1945, John Raymond Hodowal grew up in Richmond, Ind.His grandfather's encouragement, an aptitude for science and a desire to build things led him to Purdue University, where he graduated in 1966 with a bachelor's degree in engineering. Related Library files"IPALCO acquired by AES" Medal of Honor Memorial Nine months later, about to become a first-time father, Hodowal joined Indianapolis Power & Light as a junior engineer.He continued law school part-time and graduated in 1970, a year before his second daughter was born. After stints in the utility's engineering and legal departments, Hodowal was set to move to Virginia and open a law practice with a friend.In 1976, he went to then-IPL Chairman Zane Todd to submit his resignation.Todd surprised the young lawyer by asking him to become the company's treasurer.Hodowal decided to stay, spending the next 13 years in utility finance. Hodowal also helped set up IPALCO Enterprises, the holding company that became IPL's parent, as well as Mid-America Capital Resources Inc., another subsidiary overseeing non-utility businesses.It was as president of Mid-America in 1984 that Hodowal first caught the attention of Indiana's business community.The company bought, and sold within two years, Indianapolis Cablevision Inc., a cable television provider.The deal earned IPALCO a $48 million profit and Hodowal a $300,000 bonus.In 1989, Hodowal was named chairman and chief executive of IPALCO.As chairman, Hodowal initiated the failed 1993 effort to buy Public Service Indiana.The hostile takeover attempt ran for five months, turned bitter and ultimately failed when IPALCO couldn't muster the votes to elect a slate of candidates to PSI's board of directors.The cost to IPALCO was estimated at $34 million.In 1999, Hodowal led the campaign to construct a memorial to Medal of Honor winners.The $2.5 million memorial was dedicated in May 1999.Copyright 2002 The Indianapolis Star | Questions, comments?Contact us Use of this site signifies your agreement to the Terms of Service (Updated 08-10-2001).AP materials © 2002 Associated Press.All rights reserved.


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Our power plants think it's already 2000 -- A letter from IPL CEO John R. HodowalY2K [IPALCO Enterprises, Inc.]Our Power Plants Think It's Already 2000 A letter from IPL CEO John R. HodowalJohn HodowalIPALCO ChairmanDear IPL Customers:We've all heard a number of interesting stories about the Year 2000 issue, better known as the Y2K bug.You've probably read some of these stories in the newspaper or heard them on your favorite news program.John R. Hodowal, Chief Executive OfficerIndianapolis Power & Light Company[Your Home] [Your Business] [About IPALCO] [Contact IPALCO] [AES Online ]


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