WTVP - Interesting People
Interesting People - a WTVP series hosted by Ed Sutkowski—features half-hour conversations of thoughtful dialogue with ordinary individuals who have achieved extraordinary measures of success in the arts, business, communications, education, science and sports.

"Thus, the task is not so much to see what no one yet has seen, but to think what nobody yet has thought about that which everybody sees."
- Arthur Schopenhauer
Photo of Ed Sutkowski, Host of Interesting People
Ed Sutkowski, Host of "Interesting People"
Episode #502 -
Gordon D. Honegger
Gordon Honegger with Ed Sutkowski
Gordon Honegger with Ed Sutkowski
Gordon D. Honegger, Co-Chairman, Hometown Community Bancorp
Gordon D. Honegger, Co-Chairman, Hometown Community Bancorp
Host Ed Sutkowski talks with Gordon Honegger the Co-Chairman of Hometown Community Bancorp which is the combined divisions of Morton Community Bank.
Original Air Date(s): 12/16/2009
Biographical Information
Gordon D. Honegger, Co-Chairman, Hometown Community Bancorp
photo of Gordon D. Honegger Meet Gordon Honegger, a "marketing guy," Co-Chairman of the Board of Directors of Hometown Community Bancorp. An avid high school athlete from Forrest, Illinois, Gordon journeyed to University of Illinois and earned a degree in Agricultural Economics. From there followed a Master's from Northwestern and a Ph.D. from Purdue. Hear Gordon's story beginning on the family farm, his early lessons in frugality and the steps that led him to Morton Community Bank. He describes the Bank's remarkable growth, his philosophy of success and the way he and his wife, Jean Ann, make co-leadership/co-ownership work!

With humor and honesty, Gordon looks at entrepreneurial good fortune as a combination of preparation meeting opportunity. He demonstrates the connection of happy productive employees with company growth and expansion. Gordon Honegger chose banking - or banking chose him. Either way, his principles of achievement can be applied to any endeavor.

[Biographical information as provided by Mr. Sutkowski]
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