The Alabama Business Hall of Fame has eight new members after an induction ceremony and dinner in Birmingham Thursday night.
The Hall of Fame was founded in 1973 by the University of Alabama Culverhouse College of Business.
This year’s ceremony, which drew more than 600 people, was held at the event space Haven in downtown Birmingham.
Here’s a look at the inductees:
Walter Batson Jr., of Huntsville, co-founder and chairman of the board of InterFuze Corp.
Dixon Brooke Jr., of Birmingham, retired CEO and president of EBSCO.
Ronald G. Bruno, of Vestavia Hills, former CEO of Bruno’s Supermarkets and partner in Bruno Event Team.
Grayson Hall, of Birmingham, retired chairman and CEO of Regions Financial Corp.
Alexis M. Herman, of Washington, D.C., former U.S. Secretary of Labor.
Michael Mouron, of Birmingham, founder of Capstone Development Corp.
William S. Propst Sr., of Huntsville, former owner of Qualitest. He died in 2019.
C. Kemmons Wilson Jr., of Memphis, Tennessee, principal and vice chairman of the board of directors of Kemmons Wilson Companies.