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  • Getting Neighborly Podcast Episode 9: Bill Baxter

    Getting Neighborly Podcast Episode 9: Bill Baxter

    Bill Baxter is a master at finding smart, efficient and economical solutions for businesses — including his own. When Bill was ready to leave the corporate world back in 2001 to put his technology expertise to work for clients of his own, he found Fairview, Texas to be a fitting location for his small business, Baxter I.T.

  • Getting Neighborly Podcast Episode 8: Katherine Ponder

    Getting Neighborly Podcast Episode 8: Katherine Ponder

    The growth of Fairview, Texas is resulting in a richer community, says Katherine Ponder. She has witnessed this first-hand: Katherine and her husband have made Fairview their home since a wrong turn literally led them here in 1999.

  • Getting Neighborly Podcast Episode 7: Paul Hendricks

    Getting Neighborly Podcast Episode 7: Paul Hendricks

    Meet Fairview, Texas resident Paul Hendricks, featured guest of “Getting Neighborly” Episode 7. Paul is the founder and president of the Veterans Center of North Texas, an all-volunteer nonprofit organization that helps more than 1,000 veterans a year locate the benefits and services they and their families need to be successful and productive members of their community.

  • Getting Neighborly Podcast Episode 6: Trisha Cunningham

    Getting Neighborly Podcast Episode 6: Trisha Cunningham

    Trisha Cunningham, president and CEO of the North Texas Food Bank (NTFB), is our guest for Episode 6. NTFB is one of the largest food acquisition and distribution organizations in the United States. Prior to her role at the Food Bank, Trisha’s distinguished 30-year career at Texas Instruments included such leadership positions as director of Worldwide Company Communications and Chief Citizenship Officer.

  • Getting Neighborly Podcast Episode 5: John Adler

    Getting Neighborly Podcast Episode 5: John Adler

    Episode 5 of “Getting Neighborly” features Fairview, Texas resident John Adler, co-founder and CEO of Call Control, a crowd-sourced solution that blocks millions of robocalls and scams worldwide, allowing consumers to personalize the calls they receive.

  • Getting Neighborly Podcast Episode 4: Henry Lessner

    Getting Neighborly Podcast Episode 4: Henry Lessner

    In Episode 4 of “Getting Neighborly,” you’ll get to know Mayor Henry Lessner, a 30-year resident of Fairview, Texas, who has served his community as a Town Council member and mayor pro tem .

  • Getting Neighborly Podcast Episode 3: Alicia Bush

    Getting Neighborly Podcast Episode 3: Alicia Bush

    The third episode of “Getting Neighborly” features Fairview resident Alicia Bush, founder and CEO of the Treasured Vessels Foundation, a residential community providing a long-term safe place and therapeutic aftercare program for survivors of domestic sex trafficking.

  • Getting Neighborly Podcast Episode 2: Donald Braun

    Getting Neighborly Podcast Episode 2: Donald Braun

    In Episode 2 of our “Getting Neighborly” podcast, you will meet Donald Braun, president of the Dallas-based HALL Group, a private diversified investment company.

  • Getting Neighborly Podcast Episode 1: Dave Quinn

    Getting Neighborly Podcast Episode 1: Dave Quinn

    Dave Quinn, CEcD, brings a broad scope of valuable experience and measurable results to his position as interim manager of community/economic development for Fairview, Texas. 

  • Eric Hoyle: “Getting Neighborly” Podcast Host

    Eric Hoyle: “Getting Neighborly” Podcast Host

    Eric Hoyle’s voice is a familiar one around the Fairview area; now he can add podcast host to his list of community activities.
     

  • Little Towns with Big Appeal: Fairview

    Little Towns with Big Appeal: Fairview

    Bisnow takes a look at what the Town of Fairview and the Fairview EDC are working on.

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