ON THE COVER
Third Quarter 2014

COMMUNITY IMPACT

story by ANN FRAME HERTZOG
photos by STEVEN HERTZOG

Many things impact a community, from individuals to government entities. In our third impact issue, we decided to focus on the wide range of people and businesses that make our community special. We couldn’t list everyone, but here are a few of the areas and people, and why we chose them to be a part of our Community Impact issue.

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(L to R)

>>TIM CABONI
>>ALEX HAMILTON & STEVE BRADT
>>SHANNON ABRAHAMSON
>>PATRICK KELLY
>>DIANE STODDARD
>>RIC AVERILL
>>KATHY CLAUSING-WILLIS
>>LEE ICE

IN THIS ISSUE
PROFESSIONAL SPOTLIGHT
Third Quarter 2014

KATHY CLAUSING-WILLIS: A HEALTHY COMMUNITY NEEDS A HEALTHY HOSPITAL. LMH ENDOWMENT IS HERE TO MAKE IT HAPPEN.

story by EMILY MULLIGAN
photos by STEVEN HERTZOG

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Growing up on a farm in western Kansas, Kathy Clausing-Willis could not have known what her career would be. And she says many people still don’t understand exactly what she does. However, that hasn’t stopped her from pouring hard work and passion into her job, benefiting countless people in Lawrence and Douglas County, as the vice president and chief development officer for the Lawrence Memorial Hospital Endowment Association (LMHEA) for the past 17 years.

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SHANNON ABRAHAMSON: BUSINESS COMMUNITY BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS

story by DEREK HELMS
photos by STEVEN HERTZOG

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When asked about it, Shannon Abrahamson lowers her head and a slight smile crosses her lips. She is a quiet lady and seems to blush easily.

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TIM CABONI: A UNIVERSITY TOWN & THE COMMUNITY IT CREATES

by EMILY MULLIGAN
photos by STEVEN HERTZOG

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He has many responsibilities and roles, that even as the University’s spokesperson, Tim Caboni, University of Kansas Vice Chancellor for Public Affairs, cannot list them all, except to sum them up, “My job is whatever the Chancellor says it is.”

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NON-PROFIT

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WHAT IS DCCCA?

story by LIZ WESLANDER
photos by STEVEN HERTZOG

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Tucked up on a little hill at the corner of Clinton Parkway and Kasold Drive are the administrative offices of DCCCA, Inc., a diverse non-profit agency that has been quietly addressing substance abuse issues in the Douglas County community for 40 years.

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Brad Finkeldei, Stevens & Brand LLP and President of the Board of Directors Ballard Center

 

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NEWSMAKERS
Third Quarter 2014

OrthoKansas, LLC Welcomes Four New Providers

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CritiTech Names New Chief Commercial Officer

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