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Making a Difference on Mondays

Making a Difference on Mondays

Bill Montague loves Monday mornings. This wasn’t always the case, but what changed his mind was when he began tutoring a third grade girl at William Howard Taft Elementary.
Generous Pair

Generous Pair

They rode the same school bus and attended first through twelfth grade together. Growing up in rural Alabama after the Great Depression, Don and Laura Harrison were academic rivals. Both sharp students dreamed of attending college.
Greater Change

Greater Change

Herb Brown is well-versed in change and growth. Involved with GCF for 35 years, he remembers when it had only three paid employees.
A Perfect Blend

A Perfect Blend

For Jack and Marilyn Osborn, a blind date plus four sons was a winning combination. The couple married and blended their families (two boys each). The age span of 12 years didn’t stop the boys from becoming brothers.
Generous Executive

Generous Executive

Dave Dillon loves small towns because the people are open and gracious. The retired CEO and current chairman of The Kroger Company could be describing himself. Walk into a Kroger store with Dave and he doesn't know a stranger. He remembers personal stories about the people he’s met, says good morning to customers, and tells them to have a good day.

All in the Family

An assignment from her grandparents left teenager Susan Weiss shocked.
A different kind of hobby

A different kind of hobby

In the last 10 years, Bill Kelleher has been on just two vacations. The single father made the decision some time ago to devote his resources and free time to his hobby – giving back to local nonprofits.
A family’s legacy of ‘corporate good citizenship’ continues

A family’s legacy of ‘corporate good citizenship’ continues

Continuing his father’s legacy of “corporate good citizenship” was important to William Olin Mashburn Jr. (1906 – 1971), when he took over Coca-Cola Bottling Works with his brother John Cromer Mashburn in 1930, following their father’s sudden death.
He's 'ga-ga' for our Region

He's 'ga-ga' for our Region

He’s produced a performance with Lady Gaga and Yoko Ono, lived in Italy and England, and traveled to 66 countries. Knowing this, it may come as a surprise that David Herriman’s favorite topic of conversation is Greater Cincinnati and its arts community.
Getting their Second Wind

Getting their Second Wind

A conversation about sports led to new careers for Gerry and Kate Greene.
Investing for Good

Investing for Good

Brooke Ungerbuehler’s boss made her cry. Brooke is an employee of ASAP Event Advertising, a company that provides temporary signage and advertising displays for retail chain stores.
A Legacy of Land

A Legacy of Land

Russ Simmonds sat back with a sigh. It had been a rough year. He and his sisters had lost both parents in a period of seven months.
An Extraordinary Heart

An Extraordinary Heart

Doris Leonard claims she’s ordinary. A native of Bethel, Ohio, she was an only child raised by Depression-era parents who courted by mail.
Sunshine on a Cloudy Day

Sunshine on a Cloudy Day

It’s not hard to see why Judy Schmitz was selected to be the “sunshine girl” by her Kiwanis group. She’s upbeat, enthusiastic and willing to try new things. In the recent past, she’s fed cheetahs in Africa, learned French, volunteered in Haiti and taught a class at Xavier University.
Most Likely to Succeed

Most Likely to Succeed

Sam Hutson considers himself a person from the streets. He became a single parent when his son Dominque was 17 months old. Sam decided he wanted something different for him and looked to the Catholic school system.
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