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Enjoy the following series of articles seen on our page in the Dallas Morning News regarding individuals who inspire with their lives.
A deep commitment to serving others led to a position as City Manager from 1972 to 1981, where he played an enormous role in building and shaping the City of Dallas..
This Texarkana native instills life lessons with intensity and enthusiasm in legions of young ladies through her Dallas-area School of Dance.
Considering himself the recipient of many of life's blessings, former commercial real estate CEO, Marshall Edwards gives back through coaching and influencing young men.
As one of our most extraordinary police commanders, Major Avery Moore leads the northeast division that protects one of our two Tradition communities.
One of the best point guards ever to play basketball at SMU, Denny Holman serves as chairman of Folsom Properties, Inc., where he has worked for more than fifty years.
As the Chief Philanthropy Officer of the Dallas region's Communities in Schools, Inc., Lisa Laughlin provides opportunities for at-risk children to experience success.
The great-grandson of Winston Churchill has co-authored a book that he hopes will influence this next generation to lead with courage, faith, and integrity.
Through a local church ministry, M'Lou Bancroft helps Honduran women to develop self-esteem, confidence, creative ideas, and wonderful organizational skills.
An attraction to the theater arts at an early age led her to hone many skills which are used today to inspire children in her most important role.
With a client list reading like a Who’s Who of sports greats, Brad Bradley has to this day photographed every Cotton Bowl game since 1948.
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By all appearances, sports surgeon Dr. Dan Cooper has it made and always has. But few know the extraordinary heartache that came before the success.
These fifth-generation officers of The Salvation Army work powerfully together to alleviate poverty in the Dallas area.
A mother’s valiant battle against brain cancer moved her son to unite the next generation of Dallas' civic leadership in having a positive impact on health care in the community.
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A life-changing event resulted in a career dedicated to protecting and supporting female victims of abuse as the CEO of The Family Place.
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This son of a Kentucky innkeeper chose to forgo a career as a musician and developed into what many call the Father of Southwestern Cuisine.
This Michigan native relies on his life experience and willingness to help others in leading the Dallas Regional Chamber to attract companies and jobs to the area.
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This long-time Dallas civic leader played a major role in the growth of the Women’s Auxiliary of Equest, the nationally-recognized therapeutic riding center.
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For many years, Sally Hoglund has poured heart and soul into a host of non-profits in Dallas that have made life better for so many, including The Family Place.
A love of life and love of people are a large part of the this Decorated World War 2 Veteran's life story as he celebrates his 100th birthday.
Shortly following the 9/11 attacks, President Bush appointed his long-time lawyer and associate to U.S. Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, where he served from 2001 to 2003.
A passionate Irishman, the Executive Director of The North Texas School of Irish Music motivates students to have fun while studying music.
Having previously served in the position of President with Citibank and Bank of America, she nows leads one of the top medical centers in the world.
Through more than 49 years with The Salvation Army, this extraordinary woman has seen the Service Center’s volunteer program grow from 1,500 to over 10,000.
This Dallas native and former Commander of the U.S. Pacific Fleet works to ensure returning military veterans receive the support they deserve.
Along with family members Dare Majors Gillette and Kate Garrett, Tia Majors Gibson provides comfort for the homeless in a creative and effective way.
Drawing on her experience with personal tragedy, Debbie Francis benefits countless others through her Board position with the Center for BrainHealth.
In his near 50-year career, Bill Lively has taken fundraising to new and soaring heights.
Law and baseball – an illogical pair – find a natural nexus in Paul Rogers.
Being a great tennis player as well as a great grandmother is no easy feat. But it is just a way of life for Kathy Langer, who celebrates her 78th birthday this December.
By creating unique methods of sharing her love of the French culture with others, she has the ability to make ardent Francophiles of the most apathetic of travelers.
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From humble beginnings, this native of Victoria, Texas, has been providing Dallas clients with all varieties of jewelry and fine watches for more than 32 years.
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