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5 questions with Willie Kihle

Today at 6:58 a.m.

It’s been nearly 1 1/2 years since Prudential Dinning-Beard, one of the area’s biggest real estate firms, became a part of the bigger Prudential PenFed Realty, a subsidiary of the Pentagon Federal Credit Union in Alexandria, Va., which has more than $18 billion in assets and 1.2 million members.

A conversation with Herb Sih

April 18 at 5:52 p.m.

Herb Sih is like a little bit of Silicon Valley in the Midwest.

5 questions with Ty Lasher

April 16 at 5:10 p.m.

Ty Lasher has become one of the biggest developers in the Wichita area by necessity.

  • A conversation with Pat McCollom

    As a child growing up in Chicago, Pat McCollom was inspired by the city’s skyscrapers to seek a profession that allowed him to build and create.

  • 5 questions with Chris Stong

    Chris Stong was a telemarketer at age 14. Literally, his employers had him call names out of a phone book to sell whatever “slipshod, crazy idea they had talked people into doing that week.”

  • Conversation with Kimberly Snapp

    Kimberly Snapp knew at a young age she wanted to be a physician. During a mission conference she attended while in medical school, Snapp realized she wanted to put her faith to work as well.

  • 5 questions with Jeff Davis

    When family physician Jeff Davis isn’t on his new farm raising horses, chickens, a donkey and a rooster named Cogburn, you’ll find him at Prairie Health and Wellness, 12115 E. 21st St.

  • A conversation with Steve Martens

    Steve Martens is the chief executive of Martens Cos., a commercial real estate firm that comprises five divisions, the best-known of which is commercial real estate brokerage NAI Martens.

  • 5 questions with Vaughn Huslig

    Kansas native Vaughn Huslig was working in Omaha as a computer programmer when he first discovered Vic’s Corn Popper.

  • A conversation with Mark Schulte

    If you don’t see Mark Schulte at Wichita Presbyterian Manor playing piano for the residents, you may spot him playing guitar or keyboard at a bar.

  • Five questions with Fred Hochberg

    Fred Hochberg is chairman and president of the Export-Import Bank of the United States and bullish on Wichita’s general aviation.

  • A conversation with ... Blake Flanders

    Blake Flanders is all about connecting the ivory tower to the factory floor.

  • 5 questions with Collin Stieben

    Next month will mark Collin Stieben’s first full year as the leader of Commerce Bank’s commercial banking business in Wichita.

  • A conversation with Bonnie Tharp

    Bonnie Tharp’s children were her inspiration for starting her own company more than two decades ago.

  • 5 questions with Robert Knapp

    Robert Knapp had a very successful career as a lawyer with Koch Industries – until last year.

  • A conversation with Billy Martin

    You might say that Billy Martin has an electrifying personality.

  • 5 questions with Barry Reynolds

    Barry Reynolds thinks there’s no reason Wichita can’t be a leader in the health care industry.

  • A conversation with Brian Heinrichs

    Brian Heinrichs has forged a career in finance that took him from Wichita to Chicago, New York and Kansas City.

  • 5 questions with Paul Jackson

    The SunStone Apartment Homes in Andover are still under construction, but some units are ready and are being leased.

  • A conversation with Darrell Youngman

    Darrell Youngman isn’t a love doctor – but he does know how the heart works.

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