Ryan, Moore, Cook, Triplett & Albertson LLP was honored at the Indiana Statehouse by Governor Eric Holcomb, who honored 65 Indiana companies and organizations Thursday during an event at the Indiana Statehouse, presenting each with the Governor’s Century or Half Century Business Award in recognition of each company’s longevity and service to its employees, community and the state.
The Frankfort-based law firm was founded by Judge James Kent in 1902 and joined by then associate Thomas Ryan in 1907. The firm provides legal services in estate planning, business, real estate, creditor’s rights and civil litigation to Hoosiers and businesses in Clinton county and the surrounding areas. Ryan, Moore, Cook, Triplett & Albertson LLP has been a staple in Clinton County for 117 years.
“Today we honor businesses that have helped lay a foundation for economic success in Indiana, maintaining operations for more than 50 to 100 years and creating long-term career opportunities for Hoosiers,” Gov. Holcomb said. “Through a strong dedication to their employees, their businesses and their communities, these companies exemplify the pioneering spirit and perseverance that will push our state forward for years to come.”
The Governor’s Century and Haif Century Business Awards honor Hoosier businesses that have remained in operation for a minimum of 100 or 50 consecutive years and have demonstrated a commitment to community sen/ice. More than 1,500 Indiana companies have been recognized during the award’s 28-year history.