New CareSource building to honor company founder

The new CareSource building in downtown Dayton will honor the company’s founder when it its completed next year.

The facility, which was previously known as CareSource Center City, will be named the Pamela Morris Center. Morris, who is retiring in May, launched the health insurance company in 1989 and has served as its CEO ever since. Under her leadership, CareSource has become one of the largest employers in the Dayton region and one of the fastest-growing companies.

“As founder of CareSource…

Good Samaritan Hospital redevelopment gains momentum

A new initiative to redevelop the Good Samaritan Hospital campus and surrounding neighborhoods has gained momentum in recent months.

The city of Dayton, Premier Health and CityWide Development Corp. have launched Phoenix Next — a project involving the creation of a strategic investment plan for the re-use of 13 acres comprising the Good Samaritan site, which is closing in August, as well as adjacent properties in the northwest Dayton area. The strategy builds on the 15-year-old Phoenix Project,…

Three members of DBJ’s Top 100 in Aerospace and Defense to receive special awards

The Dayton Business Journal gives out three special awards as part of its annual Who’s Who in Aerospace and Defense. The editorial board of Dayton Business Journal again selected three individuals for such awards. We are honoring an individual in three different categories — Military Leader, Community Leader and Defense Contractor.

The winners are Maj. Gen. Bill Cooley (Military Leader), Connie Sawdey (Defense Contractor) and Terry Slaybaugh (Community Leader).

Read about these individuals…