At the Inaugural Interfaith Banquet in central Indiana the Center for Interfaith Cooperation named Don Knebel pur65 the first Interfaith Ambassador of the Year, Virtually anyone from any faith tradition could partake, a sold-out crowd of community leaders gathered at Christian Theological Seminary to recognize the outstanding contributions of Knebel.
A retired partner of Barnes & Thornburg LLP, Knebel is the founding Board Chair of the Center of Interfaith Cooperation, serving in that roles from early 212 through the end of 2014. He is passionate about the need for members of all religious tradition to have a better understanding of each other and is a frequent speaker.
Don is currently a member of the Board of Directors/Trustees of the American Pianists Association, booth Tarkington Civic Theatre, Christel House International, Christian Theological Seminary, and United Way of Central Indiana. He is currently serving as the Vice Board Chair of the Triangle Education Foundation.
On hand to celebrate the occasion with Brother Don was his family members, National Councilman and Past National President Jeff Cottrell mtu94, and Triangle Education Foundation staff members Angie Christie and Scott Bova.
“I was thrilled to represent Triangle at the Interfaith Banquet honoring Brother Knebel. Don has perpetually championed the pursuit of knowledge and truth and he is a great role model for all members of Triangle. I am honored to call him Brother and friend. Congratulations to Don from your Triangle brothers,” said Cottrell.