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Sebben serious about benefits of proper design

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By age 5, Jean Sebben could “space-plan” and organize her brother’s snowball forts and tree houses. By eighth grade, Sebben knew she’d be a designer. These days, she eyeballs a space, immediately knowing how to improve the matrix and layout to benefit the people who work or live there — from dormitories to hospitals to… Continue Reading Sebben serious about benefits of proper design

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Florida native Wynne Palermo moved to Colorado Springs during 1979. She experienced quick success as a real estate agent, and founded her own firm, Wynne Realty, six years later. She serves on the board of the Colorado Association of Realtors, and has been locally recognized as the Realtor of the Year. Palermo is serving a… Continue Reading Palermo takes making the community better personally

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Duening all about creating value for community

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After growing up playing streetball and fighting neighborhood grass fires with brooms, being accepted to graduate school changed Thomas Duening’s life. Although he could out-jump his college teammates and dunk two-handed, these days he uses his highly analytical mind to study the theories of economics. Duening is fascinated by economic conditions and how wealth is… Continue Reading Duening all about creating value for community

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People tend to look up when they talk to Mike Jorgensen of Red Noland Cadillac. The 6-foot, 7-inch auto dealer moved to Colorado Springs with his family during 1961 and returned to the area after graduating from college. Today his company is ranked among the nation’s top 100 Cadillac dealerships, but Jorgensen says credit for… Continue Reading Jorgensen continues to be driving force in Colorado Springs

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Lynne Telford joined Pikes Peak United Way during 2000 as chief financial officer after more than 25 years in corporate America. After taking a few months off from a job at a local high-tech company, she decided to import her financial management experience into a nonprofit setting — and has never looked back. Telford has… Continue Reading Telford at the forefront of building a giving community

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As executive director of Big Brothers Big Sisters, April Speake sees firsthand the difference a person can make in a child’s life. The group’s goal is to help children reach their full potential through one-to-one volunteer relationships. During 2008, Big Brothers Big Sisters in Colorado Springs supported 515 of those relationships. Speake took time recently… Continue Reading Speake wants community to understand the importance of mentoring

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During 2001, Bill Guman served as mayor of Colorado Springs — for about 10 days. He was the senior member on the City Council at the time. Mayor Mary Lou Makepeace was traveling outside the country and Vice Mayor Leon Young was in the hospital. So Guman was tapped to lead the city. But politics… Continue Reading Guman has plans designed for past, present and future

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Marold’s mission is to make sure we remember

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Few individuals can bring history to life, but Richard Marold has mastered the art of historic portrayals, designed to educate as well as entertain. While others contemplate retirement, he keeps a busy booking schedule, appearing as gold mining magnate Winfield Scott Stratton or as President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. He has been asked to consider adding… Continue Reading Marold’s mission is to make sure we remember

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While in high school, Megan Harmon helped during calving season on a ranch — and was convinced she’d be a large-animal veterinarian. But a few science classes during college persuaded her otherwise, and she switched majors. After writing computer code for an information technology consulting firm for several years, she joined the Garden of the… Continue Reading Harmon continues family tradition of community banking

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Moceri focused on making Memorial more efficient

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Carm Moceri is a newcomer to Colorado Springs, but is no stranger to health care. He worked in various hospital positions in Michigan and Minnesota before moving to Colorado earlier this year to become Memorial Health System’s chief strategy officer. Moceri recently took time to tell CSBJ about himself and his organization. Organization: Memorial Health… Continue Reading Moceri focused on making Memorial more efficient

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