Don M. Bollinger
Sport(s): Basketball (Men's), Football
Don Bollinger was a two-sport letterman at DePauw, earning honors each year in football and basketball. A Rector Scholar, Bollinger was a standout halfback in football and a forward on the basketball team. During his four years, the football team recorded a 22-6-3 record, including the legendary undefeated, untied and unscored upon team of 1933. After earning a M.B.A. from the Wharton School of Finance and Commerce, Bollinger was employed by the Seymour Woolen Mills until 1951. He then accepted a position with the John C. Groub Company where he became executive vice president in 1957 and then chairman of the board and chief executive officer in 1984. He still serves as chairman of the board. Bollinger serves as chairman of Fidelity Federal Savings and Loan and previously held the position of director of American Security Co., Development-Leasing Co., and the Indiana Retail Council, Inc.