Introducing Our 2020 Board of Directors: Bob Gulde 3rd February 2020 Bob Gulde is a lifelong Rush County resident and a new member of the RCCF board of directors. He attended RCHS and graduated in the class of 1984. College and law school are the only two instances that drew him away from home. After completing undergrad studies at Indiana University and obtaining a J.D. from the IU School of Law, he returned to Rushville. He grew his law practice, Clarkson & Gulde, P.C., and his family. He and his wife, Melia, have three daughters, Juliann (Price) Allen, Audrey Price and Abigail Gulde. It’s “the people and the opportunity to have a good career” that Bob likes most about our community. As a member of the GIFT VII Committee at RCCF, he was honored when asked to serve on the board as well. “Rush County has been very good to me both personally and professionally, and the RCCF is a great opportunity to give back to the community. RCCF proudly serves local residents.” In his spare time, Bob likes to read, listen to music – especially classic rock, study history and play golf and basketball. In fact, Bob has a hoops-related claim to fame. “I am the only lawyer in the U.S. that has made a free throw in a nationally-released movie,” he smiled. Next time you watch “Hoosiers”, look for Linton Wildcats player #23 during the Jasper regional game. Or watch a clip right here. Nothing but net. We’re looking forward to working with Bob and watching him rack up more points – this time in support of the home team – with his work on the RCCF board!