Tim Stephan lives OPPD’s core value of honoring the community by providing Thanksgiving meals to Siena/Francis House residents.
Ed Guthrie survived the Pearl Harbor attack, witnessed two atomic bomb tests, and carried his roller skates around the world.
Tony Walde is on a mission to keep his son’s memory alive, while helping other families coping with cerebral palsy.
This year’s United Way of the Midlands campaign kickoff included music from OPPD President and CEO Tim Burke’s band.
August is Women Equality Month. Meet Betty Queen, the first woman in Omaha to hold two different grades of engineering licenses.
OPPD retiree Rich Settje provides hundreds of bikes to give kids in need a set of refurbished wheels and pride in ownership.
OPPD honored the 18 employees who have died in the line of duty during the annual Day of Remembrance.
Buckley, a popular business college professor, earned the Alumni Award of Excellence distinction for his work with students.
Jerry Rainey embodies OPPD’s core values as he works to make a difference in the lives of children in our area and abroad.
Jon Hansen remembers his career spent around OPPD’s generating facilities and the people he worked with along the way.