As co-owner of Running Wild Catering, Debbie Lowery has a clear recipe for success. “We’re a good, strong, honest, fun-loving company,”�� she says, “and we work really hard to make our customers happy.”��Read More >
For Laura Gallagher, principal of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic School in Edmond, her work as an educator and her faith are inseparable. Indeed, the school’s Catholic affiliation is paramount to its mission.Read More >
Royal Ironworks began as a hobby.
Richard Queen was living in California, working in sales and marketing, a single parent who needed a job that would accommodate his family responsibilities. He’d been attracted to ironwork for a while”���the process of creating something unique”���and it led him to an apprenticeship with one of the most renowned blacksmiths on the West Coast.
Bruce Stieber had an idea. After a career in sales, and having operated a booth at an antique mall for several years, he was looking toward a new venture”���a business that would showcase his love for antiques and quality furniture.Read More >
Skittering in the night. Extra creaky floorboards. Creepy crawlies. No, it’s not the beginning of a scary movie, but Chris Coon, owner of Avenge Pest Control, is the hero of the story.Read More >
The Citizen Potawatomi Nation offers its House of Hope program, which offers refuge and services”���and most important of all, hope”���to those fleeing domestic violence.Read More >