Indiana Landmarks names director for its Southwest Field Office

Candice Croix has been named director of Indiana Landmarks’ Southwest Field Office in Evansville, replacing Stewart Sebree, who retired in November.

A California native, Croix earned a master’s degree in historic preservation from Ball State University and an undergraduate degree in psychology from California Baptist University. She is moving to Evansville from southern California, where she worked for Urbana Preservation & Planning, a consulting firm offering specialized urban planning, historic preservation, cultural resources, history and architectural history services.

“Evansville has experienced a historic preservation boom in the last several years with the rehabilitation of the Greyhound Station, the Owen Block and with significant reinvestment in downtown,” said Marsh Davis, president of Indiana Landmarks. “Candice is eager to partner with local communities to undertake even more successful projects throughout southwest Indiana.”

Indiana Landmarks’ Southwest Field Office serves six counties – Gibson, Pike, Posey, Spencer, Vanderburgh and Warrick – and works with individuals and groups to save historic places and offer restoration advice.

Croix will begin her new position on March 2.

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Media Contacts:

Mindi Woolman, Director of Marketing and Communications, Indiana Landmarks, 800-450-4534, 317-639-4534,

Mark Dollase, Vice President of Preservation Services, Indiana Landmarks, 800-450-4534, 317-639-4534,

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Indiana Landmarks revitalizes communities, reconnects us to our heritage, and saves meaningful places. With nine offices located throughout the state, Indiana Landmarks helps people rescue endangered landmarks and restore historic neighborhoods and downtowns. People who join Indiana Landmarks receive its bimonthly magazine, Indiana Preservation. For more information on the not-for-profit organization, call 317-639-4534, 800-450-4534, or visit

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