Story: Tami Martin’s plate of responsibilities is full. She’s a whirlwind of activity as she cooks, cleans and caters to the whims of her family, including teenage daughter Lisa, son Josh and husband Bill. She may well have a full-time job outside the home, too, as could Bill. We don’t know that, though, because we’re focused on the maelstrom of movement in their home.
Executive director Bess Wilfong, board member Ron Wienstroer
Thom and Stacie Richter, Brian and Sue Foster
Claire Whitehouse, Kim Hunt, Colleen Stein, Dana Hartnagel, Libby Hartnagel
Christy Garesche, Marc Boguslaw, Diane Compardo, board member Ron Wienstroer, Erin Petersen, Mike Torney
Tomas Hartnagel, Dana Hartnagel, Daniel Hartnagel, Libby Hartnagel, Tom Hartnagel
Joe and Emily Gunn
Executive director Bess Wilfong, Threse Bezdichek, Connies and Bill Kallaos, Dana and Tom Hartnagel
Shawn and Suzanne Bright
Scott and Ann Nobs, Tim Chesney, executive director Bess Wilfong, John Long
Becky and Jesse Hughes, executive director Bess Wilfong
Team Fredbird Alli Dennis, Daniel Hartnagel, Patreece Smith, Sean Smith, Nicole Chow, Thomas Hartnagel, Jennifer Freeman
Bob and Ann Fergurson, Amy and Joe Hertweck, Angie and Kraig Ecker, Mary Ann and Tom VanHorn
Kiley and Tim Yeaglin, Tom and Cory Smallwood
Brian and Libby Billhartz, Nancy and Carl Jung
Mark Signorelli, Terry Signorelli, Mark Signorelli
Reliance Bank is defying the sluggish economy. Following a two-year turnaround and a $31-million capital campaign led by chairman Tom Brouster, the personal and business banking institution has expanded its leadership team and set its sights on the 2014 opening of two new branches—in Frontenac and The Grove.
As the No. 1 killer of women, heart disease has personally touched the lives of many people. As chair of the upcoming 2014 Go Red for Women luncheon, Penny Pennington, a principal at Edward Jones, realized how much it had affected her own family: Her grandmother died at age 55 of a heart attack, along with other family members who have been affected. “As I learned more about heart disease in women, I found out that it is likely that I will have a personal experience with heart disease either myself or through someone close to me. The statistics are much higher for women and heart disease than any other killer, including cancer: About three times more women have heart disease.”
In almost every sport, bigger is better. While there are plenty of examples of guys who are not tall who have thrived, it's just a little easier if you are blessed with size. Johnny Hellweg was blessed with size.
Emmy-nominated actors and real-life married couple, MICHAEL TUCKER and JILL EIKENBERRY, will return to St. Louis to headline a St. Louis Jewish Book Festival event this week. The former L.A. Law co-stars will appear Dec. 10 at the Jewish Community Center for a presentation, followed by an audience Q&A and book-signing. Tucker’s latest book, After Annie, is his first novel. He also authored I Never Forget a Meal, Family Meals and Living in a Foreign Language. For ticket information, call 442-3299 or visit stljewishbookfestival.org.
Story: Mother Superior desperately needs funds to improve St. Veronica’s school, a middle-class Roman Catholic facility in Pittsburgh teeming with Baby Boomers circa 1966. “It’s a period of vast social change,” she tells another nun, “and we must do everything in our power to stop it.” In dire straits, she visits a local Jewish widow known for her beneficence, only to learn that Mrs. Levinson is a confirmed atheist.
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