Gerald "Jerry" Leon Moss
Gerald Leon Moss was born in South Bend, Indiana. He graduated from Central High School in South Bend in 1954. He then enrolled at Indiana University and received his B.S. in business in 1958. After receiving his undergraduate degree, he enrolled at the IU School of Law. Moss received his JD degree from the law school in 1962. Soon after, he accepted a position with the Indianapolis law firm of Bingham Summers Welsh & Spilman. He remained with the firm for his entire career, retiring in 2004 as a Senior Partner.
Long active as a supporter of both the law school, and the University, Moss has served as a member of the law school’s Board of Visitors (1980-81; 1994-2003) and the school’s Alumni Association (1975-1982, President in 1980-81). Additionally, he served on the IU Foundation Board of Directors and the National Board of Directors of the IU Varsity Club. He is a past president of the Indiana University Men’s Club of Indianapolis. Equally committed to the city of Indianapolis community, Moss has served as a member of the Board of Directors of the Indianapolis Convention and Visitors Association, the Advisory Board of the Indianapolis Downtown Inc., and the Board of the Greater Indianapolis Progress Committee.
Gerald “Jerry” Moss was presented the Indiana University Alumni Association President’s Award in 2001 and the School of Law’s Distinguished Service Award in 1999.
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