TERRE HAUTE —
The Hulman & Co. board of directors concluded its annual Hulman-George family shareholders’ meeting and elected its board of directors, company officials announced Friday.
The shareholders re-elected all 10 members who served the most recent term on the board with the addition of Anton “Tony” H. George, who previously has served on the board.
In addition to George, Hulman & Co. board members re-elected include John F. Ackerman, Jeffrey G. Belskus, Mari Hulman George, Nancy L. George, M. Josephine George, Katherine M. George-Conforti, Andre B. Lacy, Mark D. Miles, James T. Morris and Michael L. Smith.
Tony George resigned from the Hulman & Co. board in October 2012 due to an appearance of a conflict of interest. Now that the appearance of conflict no longer exists, the shareholders have re-elected him to the board.
With the exception of Hulman & Co. chief executive officer Miles and Indianapolis Motor Speedway president and chief executive officer Belskus, the board members have no day-to-day management duties with Hulman & Co.
Founded in 1850 and with headquarters in Terre Haute, Hulman & Co. has owned and operated numerous businesses over the last century-and-a-half.
Hulman & Co.’s current holdings include Clabber Girl Corp., Indianapolis Motor Speedway Corp. and its affiliated companies, including the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, LLC, INDYCAR and IMS Productions.