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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.

A conversation with Keith Lawing

Keith Lawing is getting ready for the big move.

5 questions with Karl Ulrich

As a young man in the 1970s, Karl Ulrich had plans of becoming a Spanish teacher and maybe coaching football or hockey.

A conversation with Greg Hephner

Greg Hephner of Hephner TV & Electronics took exception to a headline on a recent story about Don’s TV & Video going out of business.

5 questions with Rita Rowlen

Rita Rowlen said that when her father, Cecil Schniepp, returned to Ness County after World War II, his brothers were already at work on the family farm, so he decided to go to work in the excavation business.

A conversation with Carolyn Harrison

Carolyn Harrison’s experience as a nurse has gone full circle.

5 questions with Willie Kihle

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

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

5 questions with Ty Lasher

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.

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.

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.

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