Bill and Elise Thomasset, of GPW & Associates in Lawrence, attend a banquet March 4 in Overland Park. The Lawrence company received an honor from Kansas City Small Business Monthly as one of the publication's "25 Under 25," a program recognizing 25 area companies with fewer than 25 employees.
Lisa and Pete Ramler, Lawrence, attend the 25 Under 25 Awards dinner and gala, presented by Kansas City Small Business Monthly, on March 4 in Overland Park.
Ron and Dee Bisel, Lawrence, attend the 25 Under 25 Awards dinner and gala presented by Kansas City Small Business Monthly on March 4 in Overland Park. Dee Bisel, president and owner of Minuteman Press in Lawrence, received the award in 2002.
Cindy Huber-Koppen, director of critical care and cardiovascular services at Lawrence Memorial Hospital, and Dr. Donald McSweyn, Cardiovascular Consultants interventional cardiologist, mark the opening of the LMH Heart Center on Feb. 28. The center, in conjunction with the Mid America Heart Institute, provides diagnostic, interventional, treatment and rehabilitation services for patients experiencing a variety of cardiac-related problems.
Webelos Scouts Joey Waisner, left, and Michael Darnall received their Arrow of Light Award, the highest achievement in Cub Scouting, during Cub Scout Pack 3462's fifth annual Blue & Gold Banquet Feb. 17 at Corpus Christi Catholic Church. Michael is the son of Marily "Lee" Mulingbayan and Mitch Darnall; and Joey Waisner is the son of Jeanne and Scott Waisner.
From left are Gene Meyer, Lawrence Memorial Hospital chief executive officer; Dr. Donald McSweyn, Cardiovascular Consultants interventional cardiologist; and Hal O'Donnell, envoy chairman for the Lawrence Chamber of Commerce. McSweyn spoke during a ribbon-cutting ceremony and open house for the LMH Heart Center on Feb. 28.
Gina Pacumbaba-Watson and her husband, Karl Watson, both of GPW & Associates in Lawrence, are honored by Kansas City Small Business Monthly as one of the publication's "25 Under 25," a program recognizing 25 area companies with fewer than 25 employees. GPW & Associates, a lighting and engineering consulting firm with 10 employees, was among companies judged on their financial stability, community involvement, distinguishing qualities, company vision and ability to overcome challenges. They received the honor March 4 in Overland Park. Pacumbaba-Watson is president and chief executive officer. Watson is chief financial officer and partner.
From left are Chris Hutchens, account executive with Charlton Manley; Nancy DeGarmo, principal of New York School; and Carol Gnagy, office administrator with Charlton Manley. Charlton Manley and Kansas Association of Insurance Agents presented $500 to the school to purchase a new public address system. The award was part of a 2006 Safety Grant.