The Gardner Co.’s Dan Stewart, vice president of development in Southern Nevada, is the commissioner for the Colorado River Commission of Nevada. Gardner, master developer for the UNLV Harry Reid Research and Technology Park, selected Rice Reuther Sullivan & Carroll to provide legal counsel. Continue Reading
The Friends of Parkinson’s, a local non-profit benefitting people with Parkinson’s Disease, is hosting their third annual “Funny Bunny” Race for Parkinson’s at W. Wayne Bunker Park (7351 W. Alexander Road) from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 15. Continue Reading
Residents of the valley can get ready to play bingo for a good cause. The Foundation Assisting Seniors has started their series of bingo fundraisers for the year 2017. The games began on March 19 with three additional bingo fundraisers throughout the year at June 18, Sept. 17 and Dec. 3. Continue Reading
SR Construction has completed work on the build-out of the third and fourth floors at Centennial Hills Hospital, the company reported this month. Continue Reading
Dan Stewart, Gardner Co.’s vice president of development in Southern Nevada, is serving as the board chairman of the Nevada State College Foundation. Continue Reading
SR Construction announces the completion of the third and fourth floor build-out at Centennial Hills Hospital. The 53,000-square-foot build out will provide space for additional med-surg beds. Continue Reading
Tronox donated $1,500 for the purchase of software and supplies for Gordon McCaw Elementary’s robotics program. Tronox also donated $1,500 to the Robert Taylor Elementary Robotics Club and $5,000 to the Basic Academy of International Studies robotics team. Continue Reading
President & CEO
World Wide Safety (4 years in NV)
Type of Business: Safety Consultants | Hails from:Apia, Samoa | 4 years with company in Nevada | Based in: Las Vegas
How did you first get into your profession?
I was introduced to the safety industry by my ex-husband.
What is your pet peeve?
People who tell me that something is impossible or it cannot be accomplished. Continue Reading
Herbert Randall’s good deed has taken on a significance far beyond a nice gesture.
The 73-year-old retired Army colonel, who earned Silver and Bronze Stars for valor in Vietnam, established the Nevada Senior Citizen of the Year Award four years ago to honor a senior volunteer for outstanding work in support of the state’s oldest residents. Continue Reading