William Ervin. I was raised in Terre Haute, Indiana and entered Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana in 1957 I graduated with a B.S. in Business in 1961 and a law degree in 1964, the year I was admitted to the Bar. In 1961 I won the Intercollegiate Three Cushion Billiard Championship at Kansas State, University. In 1964 I was employed by the FBI and served in Louisiana, South Carolina, Massachusetts, Washington, D.C., Richmond, Virginia, Honolulu, Hawaii, and Indianapolis, Indiana. In Honolulu my territorial responsibility as Agent In Charge included Hawaii, the Trust Territories of the Pacific Islands, The Palau Islands, Guam and the Mariana Islands. In Indiana my responsibility was the state of Indiana. In 1987 with three others I cofounded a World War II Roundtable which has met every month for the past 34 years. In 1990, I retired from the FBI and was employed by Dean Witter and in 1994 I cofounded a documentary production company. From 1998 to 2006 I was an adjunct professor teaching two law classes at Butler University. I have been a Rotarian for 40 years and have been on Salvation Army Advisory Board since 1992. I am married with two adult children and two grandchildren.