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Lori brings experience in the for-profit and nonprofit worlds to her job as Community Relations Manager. She has been a volunteer coordinator, freelance writer, public speaker and, most recently, a professional fundraiser. Lori is also co-author of 50 American Heroes Every Kid Should Meet, a book that encourages children and grown-ups to incorporate the characteristics of real heroes into their lives. She has shared this message (at times, dressed as singing cowgirl Dale Evans) with educators, parents and lots of school children in Boston, Phoenix, Nashville, and all over Central Pennsylvania. Lori is also the Song Lady for elementary age kids at her church, and a board member for KPETS, a nonprofit that promotes animal-assisted therapy services. Her husband, two grown daughters and geriatric beagle sometimes have to remind her that it’s good to stay home once in a while!
More Posts by Lori R:
November 28, 2012 6:00 AM
Susquehanna’s United Way campaign is officially over, and what a campaign it was! Our employees dug deep and pledged more than $400,000. Combine that with Susquehanna Bank’s matching corporate gift and you have a total of $800,000 pouring into our communities through United Way. Throughout the campaign, we encouraged employees to share their reasons for supporting United Way. The responses we received were heartfelt and personal, demonstrating that United Way is more than a “cause” for Susquehanna’s donors. It is a part of who they are. Continue Reading »
July 6, 2012 3:03 PM
A couple of years ago, my daughter parked her car at a local store, opened the windows a bit so our beagle could get some fresh air, and proceeded inside to make a quick purchase. When she returned, the window was opened even wider and her purse was gone! She had left it on the front seat, easy pickins’ for anyone who cared to take it home. Sometimes, we make it so easy for dishonest folks to take what doesn’t belong to them. And that includes our vehicles. According to the FBI, a vehicle is stolen every 40 seconds! But a few simple precautions can prevent you from becoming one of these sad statistics. We thought it was a good time to share some tips as a reminder, since many people will be taking to the road for summer vacations. Continue Reading »