Business and Community Leader
I am a 5th Generation Omahan and one of the owners of Omaha Steaks. It’s very fulfilling to work with such an incredible team at our company. I’m also proud to have been able to serve our community in various ways, including leadership positions at the Omaha Community Foundation, The Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, Big Brothers Big Sisters and many others over the years. I am passionate about the arts and about making our community a better place to live and I’m learning more and more about how to do that every day. My wife and I are raising two fun and creative kids and hopefully our example will be inspiring for them. The four of us live in west Omaha with our two rag doll cats.
When people ask you about where you live, what do you tell them you are most proud of in your community?
Deb L, Omaha
The Arts thrive here!
Ashlei Spivey, North O/Minne Lusa
The richness of my/our Blackness. We are everything we could of imagined.
Adi Pour, Omaha
Omaha realizes that a healthy city is a driving city!
Patrick Drickey, 1510 Leavenworth
The affordable quality of life here…my career took me around the world, …
R.K. Piper, Omaha
To stop all important decisions here being made at the top by …
Janet Bonet, Spring Lake Park area
Our multicultural residents and opportunities for enjoying natural settings in parks like …
John Gaines, Omaha
This question is a good example of Omaha’s boosterism. It’s like an …
Jennifer Frasier, Omaha
Nebraska values. Nebraskans are good, solid people.
In Omaha, I’m proud of how kind the people are and how …
Tim Rouse, Old Market
There have been some recent, positive steps to reduce sexual trafficking.
It is still a thriving city. There is a lot of philanthropy …