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64 Millennium - A Marquis Who’s Who Magazine BUSINESS SERVICES, CONSULTING AND HUMAN RESOURCES Retired since 2013, Nancy Butz Graham served the Brown-ButzDiedring Funeral Home and Crematory for over 45 years as the owner and secretary-treasurer. Originally established by her grandfather in 1929, the family business has since been sold, and Ms. Graham continues to provide her wealth of expertise as a consultant to the new owners. During her 45-year tenure with the funeral home, she specialized in bookkeeping and accounting, as well as serving as a beacon of comfort to the families of lost loved ones. As a testament to her success, Ms. Graham was recognized as a business laureate by the Madison County Business Hall of Fame in 2001, and she also received the Athena Award from the Anderson County Chamber of Commerce in 1994. Among her many career highlights, she is especially proud of being among the first women inducted into the Rotary Club of Anderson, who bestowed upon her the Elmo A. Funk Ideal of Service Award and honored her as a Paul Harris Fellow. Outside of her primary endeavors, Ms. Graham is a past co-chair of a fundraising campaign for the Alternatives, a nonprofit dedicated to helping abused women. OWNER (RETIRED) Brown-Butz-Diedring Funeral Home and Crematory Anderson, IN Supported by a BS in security administration from the University of the State of New York and an MS in scientific investigations from Air University, David M. Hager has excelled as the chief executive officer and owner of the Business Risk Management Group since 2004, as well as a security executive, security evangelist and senior security manager of compliance and privacy of Teradata since 2015. Earlier in his career, he was employed with NetRat Software, ArcSight, Inc., and Unisys, serving the latter as senior manager and enterprise security architect, where he helped build the business continuity plan for Microsoft Windows Live. In addition, Mr. Hager served GE Aircraft Engines, the Air Force Office of Special Investigations and OppenheimerFunds, through which he became one of the first security professionals to receive Computer World’s Top 100 Premier IT Leaders award. Notably, Mr. Hager has authored several articles in professional journals, including CISO Magazine, Security Management Magazine and I Source Magazine for Supply Chain Management. He is notable for creating an information security program for the Israeli government in 1989, which also garnered him an accolade. OWNER, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Business Risk Management Group Elizabeth, CO DAVID M. HAGER NANCY BUTZ GRAHAM