Phil Eskew came to DePauw from Sullivan High School where he
earned eight letters in three sports and was an all-Wabash Valley
selection at quarterback. At DePauw he earned two letters in
football and three in track and field. As a member of the track
team he truly was a utility performer, earning points in 10
different events. He also set the state record in the 330-yard dash
and was co-captain of the track team his senior year. In a 1962
football game with Evansville, he set a school record by
intercepting three passes. Additionally, he served as president of
the Intramural Board and was selected as the recipient of the F.C.
Tucker Award as the best senior athlete at DePauw. Eskew has
practiced in the obstetrics and gynecology areas for over 20 years.
He has served as Junior Fellow national chair of the American
College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. He also has chaired the
state and district organizations. He serves on the editorial panel
of the CPT of the American Medical Association. Eskew has twice
served as president of the Carmel-Clay School Board and is involved
extensively in many civic organizations. He has chaired the DePauw
University Athletic Hall of Fame since its inception in 1986 and
has served as president of the Alumni "D" Association since 1986.
He currently serves as the Program Director for the OB/GYN
Residency at St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis.