“The Indiana entrepreneurial class has lost one of its greatest champions. Dave Millard touched all. I recall when he first became a lawyer. He was a small business wunderkind. He focused like a laser on the peculiar legal needs of struggling upstarts. When the tech revolution hit Indiana in the ‘90s, he led it. He taught us that the success of Indiana business depended on its professional class joining ranks and moving up toward the front. He took us there like a field marshal would. He encouraged. He prodded. He helped. When necessary, he put it over the goal-line himself — but not just for himself.
“I do not know when the man slept, but, deservedly, he sleeps now. May he rest in peace. It is left to us to fill the ranks and soldier on — not just for ourselves.”