Our business consortium is a collection of family owned and operated businesses that reflect our dedication to professionalism, creativity and interests.
We are passionate about the services we provide believing that we have and will touch people's lives in a unique way.
John Orphanidys (posthumously) was given the third annual Bart Hultine Altruism Fund (BHAF) award and stipend at the 2013 IARP Conference in Charleston, SC for his exemplary dedication and outstanding contributions to the field of vocational rehabilitation. John's wife, Jeanna, and daughter, Katie, accepted the award on his behalf. Also picture are John's friends, colleagues and nominators Rick Robinson (right) and Gil Spruance (left). BHAF is an established non-profit organization founded in the memory and honor of Dr. Barton W. Hultine. John's family has perpetuated the gift by establishing a scholarship in Johns name.
"A hand-up will be remembered; a hand-out is usually taken and forgotten", Bart Hultine
The BHAF recognizes individuals, businesses, agencies and efforts that have made an outstanding contribution to the field of vocational rehabilitation. Recipients receive an award and a $500 cash stipend.
WAC receives "Supporting Business of the Year 2010-2011" from American Red Cross
Western Alternative Corrections, Inc is a community based alternative to incarceration company. Services provided result in the opportunity for offenders to become accountable for their actions while at the same time gaining support and direction from their community. Founded in 1999, WAC has provided services to offenders on the Federal, State, and Local levels.
The WAC service delivery area includes Greater Nebraska and Northern Kansas.
Western Vocational Services, Inc. is a private vocational rehabilitation company providing services to people who experience barriers to employment.
Founded in 1991, WVS strives to deliver individualized services that result in facilitating independence and self respect.
The WVS service delivery area encompasses the Midwest.
A non-profit organization founded for the purpose of perpetuating Bart Hultine's belief of self and social growth and preservation.
Assist individuals with limited financial and/ or socio-economic resources in advancing themselves vocationally, personally and/ or spiritually.
Support other nonprofit, governmental agencies and/ or divisions of local, state or federal public service entities in assisting individuals with limited financial and/or socio-economic resources in advancing themselves vocationally, personally and/ or spiritually.
Founded in 1996, Lazy LD Inc. is dedicated to the preservation, enhancement and promotion of the Polled Shorthorn breed. By acquiring proven Hultine, Grey Gable’s Stock Farm bloodlines and combining those with certified sires we ensure that true Polled Shorthorns are Lazy LD’s end product. Quality, not random production quantity is the premise of our efforts.
Today Lazy LD Inc. is picking up where Grey Gable’s Stock Farm concluded. Marc and Connie Hultine in partnership with Michelle (Hultine) and her husband John Schneider seek to maintain and rejuvenate the breed through patient work operating in Adams, Hamilton and Lincoln County, Nebraska. Marc and Connie’s boys Laif and Broden are involved, providing optimism that what was started will be perpetuated.
“Paying it forward is far greater than looking to get paid out.”
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