Mr. Jose Pablo Cantino
Mr. Jose Pablo Cantillo (Class of 1997)
Jose discovered his passion for acting while majoring in business at Indiana University. After graduating, he headed to New York to further his theatrical training at the prestigious Atlantic Theater Company and Barrow Group Schools. In New York, he performed in off-Broadway plays, appeared on the "Guiding Light", "As the World Turns", and "One Life to Live" and then secured an appearance on "Law & Order: Criminal Intent." Jose has also guest-starred on "Nip/Tuck," "ER," "Crossing Jordon", "Bones", "CSI: Miami" and presently stars in the Fox series "Standoff." Joseís first film was "Shackles," starring opposite D.L. Hughley. Since his debut, he has several films to his credit and can be seen in the upcoming film "The Cleaner" with Ed Harris and Samuel L. Jackson.

 
Mr. Carl Cottrel
Mr. Carl Cottrell (Class of 1992)
After obtaining a bachelorís degree in marketing from Indiana State University, Carl joined the OLFA Division of General Housewares. Within two years, he was responsible for the product development of more than 100 products that are manufactured, marketed , and distributed nationwide. He is currently Vice President of MarketingóNorth America. Carl is also active in community service. He works with the American Marketing Association in coordination with Indiana State University through product donations events. Carl has worked with the Bethany House of Terre Haute; Fraternal Order of Police, and Catholic Charities. Through product ideas, he raised over sixty thousand dollars to donate to the National Breast Cancer Foundation.

 
Mr. Eric Trueblood
Dr. Eric Trueblood (Class of 1988)
Eric received a bachelorís degree in chemical engineering from Rose-Hulman in 1992 and graduated from the Indiana University School of Medicine in 1996. After completing medical school, Eric did his residency at Wright-Paterson Medical Center at Wright-Paterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio, and completed advanced training in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary and Critical Care. During his tenure in the Air Force, Eric served as a physician in both the Afghanistan and Iraq combat theaters. In 2005, he worked on the Critical Care Air Transport Team during the Hurricane Katrina relief effort in New Orleans. Eric has received numerous awards, including Rose-Hulmanís Outstanding Senior Award; the Air Force Aerial Achievement Medal; the Afghanistan Campaign Medal; and the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal.

 
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