William E. Beck II

KOKOMO, IN 46903-0868
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Community involvement by individual residents is essential for the growth of a vibrant society.  For three decades, William E. Beck II law firm has participated in the Howard County Legal Aid Society, a volunteer group of lawyers providing pro bono legal services to indigent clients.  William E. Beck II served as director and coordinator of the program for twenty years.  In 1986, the Indiana State Bar Association recognized Mr. Beck with the Outstanding Leadership Award in 1986 for his work in delivering legal representation to indigents in Howard County, Indiana.

For throughout two decades, William E. Beck II has volunteered his time and expertise as pro bono counsel to the George Washington Carver Community Center in Kokomo, Indiana.

Recognizing the importance of scholarship, William E. Beck II has volunteered his time to act as chairman of the Arthur and Leonette Manning Scholarship Committee of the Howard County Bar Association since its inception.  The Manning Scholarship annually awards substantial scholarships to assist in the academic success of individuals committed to the practice of law.

Besides recognizing the importance of academic development, Mr. Beck recognized the importance of physical development in the community’s youth. William E. Beck II has enriched the lives of young athletes as a head basketball coach for teams of all age groups. His teams participated in the Amateur Athletic Union state and national tournaments, in tournaments in Nashville, Tennessee, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Dallas, Texas, Orlando, Florida, and Monroe, Louisiana, while in the process producing three state age group champions. He has been responsible for matriculating numerous women to college basketball careers. Mr. Beck has also coached recreational basketball teams at the Carver Community Center, the Police Athletic League and YMCA.

Sue Gibson, 23 year staff member, has been a life long member of Club Kokomo, a running club in Kokomo, Indiana where she has acted as an officer and active member, participating in marathons and mini-marathons throughout the State of Indiana and other states, while promoting physical fitness as a way of life.



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