Arts & Culture

July 4, 2013 11:28 AM

Philanthropist, oil businessman Carl Sebits supported Wichita’s arts, charities

A child of the Great Depression determined to give back to his community, oil entrepreneur Carl Sebits left the Wichita area an ongoing legacy of philanthropy when he passed away last week.

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