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Sinclair Hille Architects promotes Craig Wohlgemuth

Sinclair Hille Architectscelebrating over 40 years of architectural practice, is pleased to announce the promotion of Craig Wohlgemuth, AIA to senior partner. Wohlgemuth is an established member of the Nebraska architectural community with nearly 25 years of practice on projects throughout the state.

Wohlgemuth joined Sinclair Hille in 2021 and quickly became a valuable member of the studio. He thrives in a team environment and enjoys the collaborative aspects of architecture. His expertise has been a vital part of the facilities built for K-12, Religious, Corporate and Higher Education clients.

O’Neill Heinrich Damkroger Bergmeyer & Shultz, PC LLO

The law firm of O’Neill, Heinrich, Damkroger, Bergmeyer & Shultz, PC LLO is pleased to announce the hiring of Hailey Hearn as an associate attorney. Hearn graduated from the University of Nebraska College of Law with High Distinction. Hearn earned his bachelor’s degree in psychology from Iowa State University and is a native of Rapid City, South Dakota. Hearn assists clients in the areas of corporate law, business and commercial transactions, estate planning and real estate.

O’Neill, Heinrich, Damkroger, Bergmeyer & Shultz, PC, LLO provides legal services in the areas of business law, estate planning, real estate, banking, government, labor relations, employment and commercial disputes.

O’Neill Heinrich Damkroger Bergmeyer & Shultz, PC LLO

The law firm of O’Neill, Heinrich, Damkroger, Bergmeyer & Shultz, PC, LLO is pleased to announce the hiring of spencer hartmann as an associate attorney. Hartman graduated from the University of Nebraska College of Law, with honors. Hartman received his BS in agricultural economics from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and is originally from Imperial, Nebraska. Hartman assists clients in the areas of agricultural law, estate and estate planning, real estate and corporate law.

O’Neill, Heinrich, Damkroger, Bergmeyer & Shultz, PC, LLO provides legal services in the areas of business law, estate planning, real estate, banking, government, labor relations, employment and commercial disputes.

The newly created Liz Shea-McCoy Foundation for the Arts in Lincoln

Liz Shea McCoy is proud to announce the recent creation of a new non-profit organization, Liz Shea-McCoy Foundation for the Arts, to support and champion creativity and preservation in Lincoln and the State of Nebraska. In a career that spans decades, Shea-McCoy has distinguished herself as an advocate for arts education, public art, and artists in Nebraska.

Arts Ambassador Shea-McCoy is perhaps best known for her efforts in directing and participating as an artist in more than 14 public art projects, in Lincoln and the State of Nebraska, from 2003 with Tour de Lincoln (Bikes). She constantly strives for excellence in the areas of art exhibition/collaboration/creation/teaching/preservation and her foundation will serve as a positive and innovative advocate for the ARTS – in Lincoln and the State of Nebraska – focusing on: 1.) Unique activities that encourage exciting new ideas, problem solving, decision making, and increased self-confidence through imaginative artistic expression; 2.) Integrate historical, contemporary and culturally diverse perspectives as springboards for creativity, critical thinking and innovative ways of interpreting the world through artistic expression; 3.) Ongoing restoration of the Lincoln Bike Tower sculptures (on public property), created for our community’s first public art project; 4.) Preserve Nebraska’s historic works of art; 5.) Advocacy for Nebraska Artists.

Learning to be creative is a methodical process. Engaging in art – realistic or abstract, in a museum or a park – has the capacity to produce human emotion and often challenges us to contemplate different points of view, empathize with others and reflect on the human condition. The premise of this foundation supports Nebraska artists, nurtures the creative process, and recognizes the importance of preserving Nebraska art – historic and contemporary – as it has meaning for our citizens and contributes to a sense of community pride. . For all these reasons, Liz Shea-McCoy is honored to have her new foundation make its debut on Give to Lincoln Day on May 26.

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