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A conversation with Thomas Bloxham

July 18 at 6:07 p.m.

Physician Thomas Bloxham retired from the Sleep Medicine Center of Kansas earlier this year with plenty of plans.

5 questions with Keisha Humphries

July 16 at 5:01 p.m.

On New Year’s Eve, Keisha Humphries got the news that she expected but didn’t want to hear.

A conversation with Brian Stemple

July 12 at 5:03 p.m.

Brian Stemple was medical equipment salesman when, a few years ago, his aunt had a stroke. When his parents arrived to make decisions about ongoing care for her, they struggled to figure out what level of care was needed and where to take her.

  • 5 questions with Roger Mericle

    Roger Mericle thinks there are three key things a commercial lender needs to do to land a deal.

  • A conversation with Susan Lovelle

    You don’t typically think of ballet eventually leading to a career in medicine.

  • 5 questions with Ana Lazarin

    Ana Lazarin, director of programs to broaden participation in engineering at Wichita State University, works to instill in students an interest in engineering.

  • A conversation with Jack Pelton

    As child, former Cessna Aircraft chairman and CEO Jack Pelton attended the country’s largest aviation event – AirVenture Oshkosh – with his dad.

  • 5 questions with Jennifer Keller

    Jennifer Keller, community marketing director for Derby, said she was pleased enough to attend the Wichita American Marketing Association banquet last week as a finalist for Marketer of the Year.

  • A conversation with Becky Hundley

    Becky Hundley started working part time dispatching for the Emporia State University police department and wound up as one of the keys to boosting Wichita’s future.

  • 5 questions with James Starr

    Over the last three decades James Starr has driven his truck 3.5 million miles – equivalent to seven round-trips flights to the moon – without causing an accident.

  • A conversation with Bill Watson

    In December 2012, UMB Bank tapped Bill Watson to head up a new division for the bank, focused on building and expanding upon an agriculture portfolio that consisted mainly of deals done in Kansas and Missouri.

  • 5 questions with Malissa Nesmith

    Malissa Nesmith, senior vice president and chief operating officer at GlobalParts Group, is proof that good things can come from adversity.

  • A conversation with Donna Sweet

    Donna Sweet thinks she was an unlikely person to become a doctor.

  • 5 questions with Kristyn Smith

    Kristyn Smith wants you to put your money where your mouth is.

  • A conversation with Bill Coleman

    First, Bill Coleman sold his travel trailer to help start his Bill’s Homegrown business.

  • 5 questions with Steve Peterson

    It’s been one week since CrossFirst Bank opened its permanent Wichita office, a $4 million, 15,000-square-foot building near the southwest corner of 13th and Webb.

  • A conversation with David Mitchell

    David Mitchell thinks of himself as following in the footsteps of Fran Jabara, a Wichita legend for fostering local entrepreneurism.

  • 5 questions with Tony Alwora

    It sounds trite, but Tony Alwora really is living the dream.

  • A conversation with Jamie Haenggi

    Jamie Haenggi, chief marketing officer and customer experience officer, at Protection 1 in Wichita, has seen a lot of changes in the security and alarm business.

  • 5 questions with Dan Hinson

    As a young child, Dan Hinson wanted to be a doctor and had pictured himself in a doctor’s white coat.

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