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The Bill Cook Legacy

Bill Cook's legacy and his contributions to historic landmarks in the state will be discussed on the next Noon Edition.

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Photo: Courtesy of Cook Medical Group

Bill Cook, billionaire entrepreneur and philanthropist, died in Bloomington Friday, April 15, 2011.

This week on Noon Edition, we’ll discuss the legacy of philanthropist and entrepreneur Bill Cook.

Cook, who was Indiana’s richest resident, died Friday in Bloomington after a long battle with congestive heart failure.

We’ll be joined in studio by Marsh Davis, the president of Indiana Landmarks, the beneficiary of Cook’s last major historic-renovation gift. Also joining us will be Cook Inc. executives Brian Bates, who is Senior Vice President of Business Development, and Tom Osborne, currently the Senior Vice President of Intellectual Property Development, and Bill Cook’s first employee.

You can call into the program with your questions or comments, or join us for a live chat right here.

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