Improving Eastern Jackson County by promoting and serving private giving for
the public good.
W elcome to the Independence Events Center! We are proud the Community Foundation’s annual “Toast to
Our Towns” is the first blacktie gala at the Events Center. Our 2010 gala theme is a reminder of our patriotic
pride and heritage. It is a salute to our flag, our country, the people who have forged this great nation and fight for the
freedom of all, and to our own Hometown Heroes.
It is exciting to have this handsome new venue in our communities. The sporting and entertainment events bring
excitement and new opportunities to Eastern Jackson County.
Tonight, we are pleased to honor the outstanding citizens from eight area communities, a Corporate Citizen, Heartland
2010 Board of Directors and Staff Humanitarians, and finalists for the new, Dr. Paul M. Thomson Advisor of the Year Award. In addition to honoring
the recipients of these awards, tonight we also celebrate all the supporters of the Truman Heartland Community
Foundation. Their charitable giving and community efforts make our region a place we can be proud to live.
If you are not currently a supporter of the Community Foundation, or if you want to further your support for the
Community Foundation, we invite you to participate by Becoming a Friend of the Foundation this evening. Just fill
Vicky Digby James P. Pryde Martha Cockerell Nancy Kimak Roberta Coker Dr. Frederick Hahn out the card at your place setting and join hands in helping Truman Heartland expand their presence and support
Chairman of the Vice-Chairman Secretary Treasurer Immediate Past Midwest Ear,
Chairman Nose & Throat throughout Eastern Jackson County.
Board Bryan Cave Raytown School Kimak Pest
Derrick Thomas (Retired)
MeraVic District (Retired) Management Academy
Thank you for joining your Community Foundation friends and neighbors to celebrate the heartland heroes.
Doug Hammer Joy Hobick Ron Bruch Jan McGraw Richard Kreher Steven W.
Edward Jones Truman Medical Independence Nurse (Retired) Benchmark Gildehaus
Center - Lakewood School District Financial Sterling National
Chairman of the Board of Directors
ToasT To our Towns
Judy Ness Bradley Constance William C. Esry Allen Lefko Dr. Joe Seabrooks Dr. Steven Gala Committee
KCP&L (Retired) Attorney at Law Blue Ridge Bank Bank of Grain Blue River Comm. Silverstein
& Trust Valley College Silverstein Eye
Joy Hobick, Committee Chairman
Irene Baltrusaitis ∙ Carol Sue Bass ∙ Roberta Coker
Michele Crumbaugh ∙ Sharon Dankenbring ∙ Vicki Digby
Helen Ferguson ∙ Judy Forrester ∙ Colleen Foudree ∙ Helen French
Chuck Foudree Randall Ferguson Brenda West Robert Hepting Rev. Sherri Wood-
Dalyn Hillman ∙ Judith James ∙ Lydia Jeter ∙ Allen Lefko ∙ Jan McGraw
CFO (Retired) IBM Executive State Farm Trebor, LLC Powe Karen Penrod ∙ Tom Thomas ∙ Betsy Wenzel ∙ Shirley Wurth
(Retired) Insurance (Retired) St. Paul A.M.E.
Heartland Humanitarians of the Year
John & Nancy Kimak
John and Nancy Kimak have been generous philanthropists throughout
Eastern Jackson County. Both in corporate and private donations, the
Kimaks are regular supporters of area charities. In 1997 Nancy was
recognized as the City of Sugar Creek’s Citizen of the Year Award.
In 2002, the Kimaks established a family fund at the Community
Prepared by Chef Maurice Carter Foundation through which they have given to a number of organizations
some of which include Hillcrest Ministries, Independence School
District, St. Mary’s Catholic Church, St. Vincent DePaul, Palmer Senior
Center and THCF.
Hazelnut Crusted Goat Cheese
Nested on Crisp Field Greens Most recently, the Kimaks’ created the Kimak Pest Management
Served with Sherry Balsamic Vinaigrette Scholarship to support graduating seniors from the Independence School
and Pesto Ranch Dressings District. Apart from their generous financial contributions, Nancy and
John also serve on a number of boards throughout the community and
are truly deserving of this year’s Humanitarian of the Year Award.
Petite Filet Mignon with Chianti Demi Glaze
Pan Seared Bronze Salmon with
Chardonnay Caper Cream Corporate Citizen of the Year
Served with Haricot Vert Vegetable Bundle Centerpoint Medical Center
5:30 pm Cocktail Reception
and Mini Twice Baked Potatoes Carolyn Caldwell, CEO
7:15 pm Welcome + Introductions
Emcee Steven Garrett,
Bread Basket The role Centerpoint plays in the community is more than just
The Voice of the Mavericks
Assorted Fresh Baked Dinner being a healthcare provider to its neighbors. They are a community
Rolls, Flatbread Crackers and Crostini Invocation partner and play an important role in providing information,
Rev. Sherri Wood-Powe, St. Paul AME Church health education and screenings that create a healthier community.
Alternating Dessert Plates Dinner In 2009 Centerpoint Medical Center touched more than 200,000
Craig Smith Band individuals through inpatient care, outpatient service, emergency
Amaretto Cheesecake with Tuile Pastry Spoon
Chocolate Lava Cake with care, surgery, and newborn care. Centerpoint Medical Center also
8:15 pm Program provided health screenings and various health care educational
Fresh Strawberry and Blueberries Garnish
Vicki Digby, Chairman of the Board services to more than 2,500 individuals in our community AND
contributed more than $100,000 to local charitable organizations
Phillip J. Hanson, President and CEO
Wine to help them provide needed services to the community.
Dr. Paul M. Thomson Professional Advisor of the Year Award Centerpoint has also been an outstanding partner to the Jackson
Luis Felipe Edwards Chardonnay & Cabernet
Wine Selections by Major Brands Citizen of the Year Awards County Free Health Clinic. Their in-kind donations of space and
lab work have totaled more than $300,000 in the past year.
Corporate Citizen of the Year Award
Heartland Humanitarians of the Year Awards It is a great pleasure to recognize the Hospital for their exemplary
corporate citizenship. We are pleased to have them as an
outstanding community partner in Eastern Jackson County.
Buford “Bunk” Farrington
Humphrey, Farrington & McClain
Dr. Paul M. Thomson
Professional Advisor of the Year Award Bunk has practiced in the areas of estate and business planning, business
succession, trusts, tax and real estate for more than 35 years. His practice, located
in Independence, is concentrated in estate planning, trusts, estates and family
inalists business. Bunk is a member of the Estate Planning Society of Kansas City and has
been a consistent advocate for giving among his clients, charities, and churches.
Advising his clients on the benefits and tax consequences of endowments and
charitable funds, Bunk has helped a number of individuals by discussing ways
to donate and accomplish charitable goals. Bunk and his wife Diane also have a
At Truman Heartland Community Foundation, Donor-Advised Fund at THCF.
we recognize and appreciate the important role of the professional advisor in assisting his/her
clients with meeting personal and financial goals. For some clients,
these goals include facilitating significant gifts to charity.
The Community Foundation William Richard Henks
works in partnership with a number of professionals throughout Eastern Jackson County Henks Financial Group
to assist clients in the philanthropic gift process. To date,
nearly $60 million has been designated for charities Rick operates Henks Financial Group located near Lakewood in Lee’s Summit. He
through the Community Foundation. is a registered representative of Lincoln Financial Advisors Group and a member
of the Estate Planning Society of Kansas City, the Society of Financial Service
Professionals, and the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors.
Last year, we established the “Dr. Paul M. Thomson Professional Advisor of the Year Award”
Rick has helped a number of his clients in the creation and placement of life insurance
to honor professionals for their role in making this possible. This award will be presented
policies to establish donor-advised funds at the Community Foundation. All of
to a leading professional who has been instrumental in working these policies are structured to create permanent endowment accounts. Rick and
with the Community Foundation to encourage his wife, Linda, also have a Donor-Advised Fund, as does Henks Financial Group
charitable giving in the heartland. through which they personally accomplish their charitable giving.
To be considered, nominees should support philanthropy professionally
by facilitating significant gifts to local charities, as well as personally by giving time, talent,
charitable contributions and leadership among fellow professionals. This year,
our top finalists have facilitated more than $35 million in planned gifts to charity! R. James Stilley, Jr.
We hope you will join us in celebrating their good work. Stilley, Fowler & Stilley, PC
Jim opened his law practice in Raytown in 1977 and continues to practice there with the law
To nominate an advisor for next year’s award, please visit www.thcf.org
firm of Stilley, Fowler & Stilley, P.C. Their primary area of practice is estate planning. Jim
and select “Advisor of the Year”. has actively advised clients on the benefits of giving through the Community Foundation
and a number of his clients have elected to work with Truman Heartland. In addition to
The Community Foundation will be accepting nominations until March 1, 2011. his professional career, Jim and wife Mary, actively support their church and many area
charities through their Donor-Advised Fund and personal contributions. Former Board
Member and Board Chairman for the Community Foundation, Jim currently serves on
the Board for the Jackson County Historical Society and is a member of the Donald H.
Chisolm Planned Giving Council for Children’s Mercy Hospital.
Outstanding Citizens of the year Outstanding Citizens of the year
City of Blue Springs City of Grain Valley City of Independence City of Lake Winnebago City of Lee’s Summit City of Lee’s Summit
ART PHILLIPS DALE & SHEILA ARNOLD ROBERT J. “BOB” REEDS SHIRLEY BOND JON ELLIS VICKY CUNDIFF
Art Phillips is the President of For over 30 years, Dale and Sheila Bob Reeds’ compassion and devotion Shirley Bond has been a lifelong Jon Ellis consistently exhibits Vicky Cundiff embodies the spirit
McCAMM Management, Co. dba/ Arnold have answered the call to to civic engagement is reflected in the resident of the greater Kansas City passion for the Lee’s Summit of citizenship and philanthropy.
McDonalds and is currently the giving and fundraising for a number numerous awards and recognition area. She and her husband moved community. In addition to his She and her husband Jon began Lee’s
Owner/Operator of 10 McDonald’s of organizations in the Grain Valley he has received throughout the to Lake Winnebago 16 years ago generosity in personal and corporate Summit Turf ’s up Lawn Service in
Restaurants. In 2008, Art received the community. With a passion and metropolitan region. He has received and since her arrival she has made donations, Jon is involved in serving 1987. Today their business, now
ABWA Business Person of the Year commitment to firefighting, the proclamations and certificates from significant civic contributions to on a number of community boards. known as “Weed Man”, has grown to
Award and in 2009 he received the Arnolds have given generously to the Senators, Governors, and Mayors on the community. Shirley became He is the President and CEO of 13 franchises in seven states. Vicky
Business of the Year Award. He’s a fire fighting community. Dale has both sides of the state line. He has City Clerk in 1999 and served 11 Paradise Park Inc., a board member is known by many for her generosity
founding member of the Blue Springs served on the Fire Fighters Memorial also received recognition from the years. During her time as clerk, of Lee’s Summit Medical Center, in giving and service to her
School District’s Adopt-A-School Foundation of Missouri Board, and the United States Department of Labor she was famous for her cost cutting Centerpoint Medical Center, and community. She serves on the Lee’s
Program and a founding Business Fire Fighters Historical Preservation Secretary and the Missouri Speaker measures that allowed the city to President of the Blue Springs School Summit Economic Development
Sponsor of the Blue Springs School Foundation of Missouri, while Sheila of the House. Currently, Bob is on function properly while saving of Economics. He is involved with Council Advisory Board, and is this
of Economics. Art has also made has been an active member of the the Truman Awards Committee money. Because of her efforts, Lake Lee’s Summit Rotary, Lee’s Summit year’s recipient of the Rotary Club
generous charitable contributions to Fire Fighters Association of Missouri but his passion is working with Winnebago has a new city hall and Chamber, Optimist Club, the of Lee’s Summit Service Above Self
a number of Blue Springs and Eastern Auxiliary and held many offices. several different people, groups, and a sound and secure future. Shirley Powell Gardens Board of Directors, Award. She, along with Jon Ellis,
Jackson County charities including The Together they have given more than organizations in order to continue has served on Greater Kansas City and several Lee’s Summit R-7 School Co-chaired the City’s 3rd strategic
Wall that Heals, Community Services $20,000 to charitable programs in the promotion and development of Camp Fire board and was a volunteer District programs to name a few. He planning process, Lee’s Summit 360
League, Rainbow Center, Drumm their community! the Little Blue Parkway and valley. leader for ten years. She and her is also Co-chairman of the City’s degrees.
Farm Foundation, Campus Crusade, husband have been active in the 3rd strategic planning process, Lee’s
Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and youth ministry at First Presbyterian Summit 360 degrees.
the St. Mary’s & St. Joseph Foundations Church and she served four years as
to name a few. an elder.
Outstanding Citizens of the year Outstanding Citizens of the year
City of Oak Grove City of Raytown City of Raytown City of Sugar Creek City of Sugar Creek
FLOYD & FRANCES EVANS KENNETH FLEISCHMANN KENNETH WHISLER JIM RITTEL JOHN P. RYAN
Floyd and Frances Evans have lived Kenneth Fleischmann believes in Kenneth Whisler has been a valued Jim has been an exemplary role John has also been an exemplary role
in Oak Grove since 1971. Having serving his community. As an active member of and a volunteer for the model for hundreds of boys in the model for hundreds of boys in Sugar
volunteered in many organizations member of the Raytown Emergency Kansas City Turners Organization Sugar Creek community. Along Creek. With 54 years of scouting
and serving in numerous leadership Assistance Program (REAP), Kenneth for over 35 years, serving as a with honoree, John Ryan, Jim has experience, he and Jim together have
positions, they firmly believe in giving along with Kenneth Whisler helped board member for 15 of those dedicated 41 years to scouting and been involved in assisting more than
back to their community. Not only develop and lead a full-time workforce years. He participates in local has provided an outstanding example 150 boys in achieving the highest
are they active in personal charitable of volunteers to construct a building youth sports activities by coaching of what individuals can do in a level in Scouting, that of Eagle Scout.
giving, but they are also active in for REAP, an enduring legacy for softball, baseball, and volleyball. community through volunteerism. He has given countless hours of
helping community organizations the Raytown community. Not only He is the Secretary of the Men’s Jim, now retired, is also active leadership to the Scouting Program
raise funds for important projects. did he and Whisler lead this project 50 Plus Softball League and is an in his church and the Knights of and is currently Scoutmaster for
They helped design and build the but also volunteered 4,500 hours of active member of the Presentation Columbus, and is the Institutional Troop 221. He is a Certified
Oak Grove Civic Center and pool, community service in two and a half Catholic Church. Kenneth Whisler, Head for the St. Mary’s Parents for Rehabilitation Counselor, receiving
and most recently served on the board years! In addition, Fleischmann has along with Kenneth Fleischmann, Scouting. His involvement with a Lifetime Achievement Award
of the Oak Grove Senior Citizens been with the Kansas City Board of developed and led a fulltime work Troop 221 has changed the lives of for the Missouri Rehabilitation
organization. Their fundraising Trade for 37 years and has served on force of volunteers to construct the many. Jim, and John, have received Association in 2007. John is active
efforts, including grant submissions the organization’s board of Directors. Raytown Emergency Assistance numerous awards in Scouting, in his church, serving on the Finance
to the Community Foundation, have He’s also an active member of Program (REAP) building. He with both attaining the position of Committee, as well as assisting in
been instrumental in ensuring that Southwood Church of Christ, Blue and Kenneth Fleischmann are both Medicine Man in the Tribe of Mic numerous other functions.
important programs and services are Springs Terrace Club, Powell Gardens, active members with the REAP food O Say.
available to area citizens. Floyd and Sheppard’s Center of Raytown, Festival pantry.
Frances are also both lifetime members of Sharing, and the CROP walk.
of the Oak Grove Historical Society.
Toast to Our Towns Past Honorees Toast to Our Towns Supporters
Blue Springs – Jim Moran
Blue Springs – Derrick Warren
Blue Springs – Lois Krueger
Benefactors // $5,000
Independence – Roberta Coker Grain Valley – Steve Gildehaus Grain Valley – Chuck Johnston
Kansas City – Rev. Wallace Hartsfield Independence – Robert F. Glaser Independence – Glenn & Ada Betts Mike McGraw
Lake Lotawana – Paulla Martin Kansas City – Herman A. Johnson Kansas City – Mary Lou Jaramillo Data Systems International
Lee’s Summit – Rev. Tom G. Haley Lake Lotawana – Dave Wagner Lake Winnebago – Robert Bennett
Raytown – Penny Hoffman Lee’s Summit – Betty McNought Lee’s Summit – Kathy Smith
Sugar Creek – John C. “Jack” O’Renick Raytown – Alyse Stoll Raytown – Al Maddox Allen Lefko
Grain Valley – Robert Gillette Sugar Creek – Lanard Toys Sugar Creek – Joe & Kathleen Woods
Byron Constance, Humanitarian American Sterling Bank, Corporate Citizen The EXAMINER, Corporate Citizen Bank of Grain Valley
Helen French, Humanitarian Dr. Frederick Hahn, Humanitarian
Blue Springs – Olen Wilkinson 2002 2007 Dr. Steve Silverstein
Independence – Paul Weston Blue Springs – Diane Mack Blue Springs – Rick Nelson & Jeanie Lauer Silverstein Eye Centers
Kansas City – Vernon Thompson Grain Valley – Kim Roam Grain Valley – Dr. Chris Small
Lake Lotawana – Brenda Ferrell Independence – Galen Boyer, Jr. Independence – Cynthia & Kenneth McClain
Lee’s Summit – Mary Stacy Kansas City – C. Patrick McLarney Lake Winnebago – Bob Mais
Raytown – Shirley & David Wurth
Sugar Creek – Nancy Kimak
Lee’s Summit – Mel Aytes
Raytown – Edna Scahill
Lee’s Summit – Larry Stewart, posthumously
Oak Grove – Hollis Dyer
Patrons // $3,000
Lone Jack – James Neece Sugar Creek – Mark O’Renick Raytown – John Ness
Barbara J. Potts, Humanitarian Jim Kidwell Construction, Corporate Citizen Sugar Creek – Robert Pinter & Blue Ridge Bank & Trust Co.
Allen Lefko, Humanitarian Barry Berislavich BP
1998 Silver Legacy Award, Harry S. Truman Library
Blue Springs – Imelda Farmer 2003 & Museum Bryan Cave
Independence – Steven E. Mauer Blue Springs – Cindy Coburn Centerpoint Medical Center
Kansas City – Mary Groves Bland Grain Valley – Matt Farlin 2008
Lake Lotawana – Rodney Sommers Independence – Ken Johnston Blue Springs – Dr. Mark & Mrs. Cheryl Mozer Community of Christ
Lee’s Summit – John C. Graham, Sr. Kansas City – Herbert M. Kohn Grain Valley – Mary Strack Carol & Tom Holzbaur
Raytown – Judith L. Ness Lee’s Summit – Paula Belser Independence – School Transition Team
Sugar Creek - John McEvoy Raytown – Dr. Marlon Steinert Kansas City –Rev. John Modest Miles Stewardship Capital
Greenwood – Dan Vansickle Sugar Creek – Alex Petrovic Lake Winnebago – David Claycomb
David P. Ross, Humanitarian Lone Jack – Howard E. Hensel Lee’s Summit – Geneva High
Commerce Bank, Corporate Citizen Oak Grove – Norby Corn
1999 Dr. Robert E. “Bud” Hertzog, Humanitarian Raytown– Mike Appril
Blue Springs – Carol Journagan
Independence – Lu Vaughan 2004
Sugar Creek – Robert & Jake Welch
MeraVic, Corporate Citizen
Kansas City – Neighborhood Volunteers Blue Springs – Larry Sparks Larry Moore, Humanitarian
The following individuals and businesses provided generous in-kind gifts
Lake Lotawana – Barbara Robison Grain Valley – Jan Reding to support this year’s Toast to Our Towns gala event.
Lee’s Summit – Kay Ford Independence – Larry Blick 2009
Raytown – Allen J. Brown Kansas City – Rev. Ralph J. Crabbe Blue Springs – Tom Evans
Sugar Creek – John Maglich Lee’s Summit – Phyllis Hamilton & Russ Berlin Grain Valley – Sharon Stewart Heartland Citizen Reception Hosts – Drs. Steve & Elisa Silverstein
Grandview – Don Armacost, Jr. Raytown – Rosalie Vanzant Independence – Ira & Nina Anders Campaign Buttons – Mike Hobick of KC Auto Carstar
Bob Reeds, Humanitarian Sugar Creek – L. Earle Conner Lake Winnebago – Jim McCambridge
Haldex, Corporate Citizen Lee’s Summit – Michael Paul & Mary Ann Swisher Catering & Facility Arrangements – Management & Staff at the Independence Events Center
2000 JSL of Independence, Humanitarian Oak Grove – Roy Meier
Equipment Rental – Stan Crumbaugh of Party Patch & Independence Rent-All
Blue Springs – Pam Albarelli & Lyle Shaver Raytown – Kenneth Blom
Independence – Carl Mesle 2005 Sugar Creek – Veronica Powell American Flags on Stage – Harry S. Truman Library & Museum
Kansas City – Carolyn Vellar Blue Springs – Louie Lamendola Data Systems International, Corporate Citizen
Lake Lotawana – Howard Chamberlin Grain Valley – David Hackett David Jeter & Jim Kidwell, Humanitarians Invitation and Program Design – Adam Forrester of Grape Design
Lee’s Summit – Bud Hertzog Independence – Dr. Bridget McCandless Program Printing – Kris Siriwangchai of Print America
Raytown – Robert R. Sego Kansas City – E. Frank Ellis
Sugar Creek – Charles Dumsky Lee’s Summit – Gene Gamber Professional Photography for Honorees – Steve Mullally of Rolland Studios
Oak Grove – Brad & Fred Byam Raytown – Gary Knabe Program & Event Coordination – Michael Lintecum & Associates
Blue Ridge Bank & Trust, Corporate Sugar Creek – Ron Rybarczyk
Citizen Meyer Music, Corporate Citizen Table Centerpieces – Vicki Digby of MeraVic
Chuck & Colleen Foudree, Humanitarian John Jordan “Buck” O’Neil, Humanitarian Tuxedo Rental – Amore Bridal
Toast to Our Towns Supporters Become a Friend
of the Community Foundation
Many donors and corporate sponsors underwrite the work of the Community Foundation each
Sponsors // $1,800 year. By making a contribution of any size, you too can support us in our mission to improve area
communities by promoting and serving private giving for the public good.
Your support will allow your Community Foundation to continue to expand its services to donors, and
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provide the administrative support needed for our Community Grants Program, Scholarship Program,
Blue River Community College IBS Industries
Carondelet Health Jackson County the Youth Advisory Council, and leadership on other important initiatives
Children’s Mercy Hospital J.E. Dunn Construction in Eastern Jackson County.
City of Grain Valley KC Auto Carstar
City of Independence Kimak Pest Management In December, the Community Foundation will recognize all our “Friends of the Community
City of Lee’s Summit Kurlbaum & Rinne, LLC Foundation” at an annual reception and recognition event in honor of their generosity. Friends will
City of Oak Grove Lee's Summit Journal also receive recognition in next year’s annual report. We hope you too will become a
City of Raytown Thomas McGee, L.C. Friend of the Community Foundation!
Cockerell & McIntosh Pediatrics MeraVic
Roberta Coker Mid-Continent Public Library
Create a Personal Fund
Brad Constance Park University
Cornerstone Financial Prairie Capital Management
Courtney Ridge Landfill/Republic Jan Reding
Edward Jones Speaks Family Legacy Chapels
Elias, Opdahl & Bowen, DDS, PC Jim & Mary Stilley at your Community Foundation
Randall & Helen Ferguson The Examiner
Chuck & Colleen Foudree Truman Medical Center Lakewood
Hallmark Cards Wells Fargo Advisors Since 1982, thousands of donors have given to and through Truman Heartland Community
Henks Financial Group David & Shirley Wurth Foundation to support charitable causes important to them. Having a fund at the Community
Foundation is like having your own personal foundation. With a gift of $5,000 donors can establish a
named fund through which they can begin making grants to their favorite charities.
Whether creating a personal fund, supporting an existing fund, supporting a Foundation program
Friends // $500 or becoming a Foundation Friend it’s easy to get involved with charitable giving through your
A2MG, Inc. . Alliant Techsystems Inc. - Lake City Ammunition Division
Alsation Land Company LLC . Bankers Security Safe & Vault
Gene and Joanne Cable . Grubb & Ellis . H&H Color Lab . Fred and Marge Hahn Today, more than 200 donors use a personal giving fund at the Truman Heartland Community
Kansas City Power & Light . King Hershey Law Office . McCamm Management Co. Foundation to support their charitable interests. Create your fund today and begin involving your
Metzler Brothers . Larry Mock . Lee's Summit Economic Development Council family in giving while enjoying the flexibility, tax advantages and knowledge of area nonprofits
Roger Novak . Paradise Park . Summit Bank of Kansas City provided by the Community Foundation.
Weed Man . Brenda West
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