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Faces of Omaha 2018

April 19, 2018 by
Photography by Bill Sitzmann

Faces of Omaha is an annual sponsored publication that introduces a variety of “faces,” local industry leaders and experts, to the community. This exclusive publication was carefully cultivated​,​ so only one person and company per business category is invited to participate.

In the publishing industry, this sort of publication is known as “native advertising.” Native advertising is a unique form of sponsored content produced by editorial staff in conjunction with advertisers. The end result is an enjoyable book that has value to both the readers and advertisers.

Everyone featured in the book is truly the “face” of their field. Our sales team spent considerable time cultivating this list.

The following pages introduce more than 100 people and companies, the leaders in their respective areas of expertise, who stand ready to serve their community.  

Todd Lemke, publisher Omaha Publications

This sponsored content was printed in a special annual. To view, click here: Faces of Omaha 2018

Dr. Jamie Kruger, Dr. Jeff Brewer

April 6, 2018 by
Photography by Bill Sitzmann

The right sunglasses can be fashion statements while also serving the important role of protecting a person’s eyes. Since sunglasses play such a vital role in protecting eyes, it’s best to consult with the experts when it comes to selecting the right pair—or pairs—of sunglasses. Dr. Jeff Brewer and Dr. Jaimie Kruger of Legacy Eyecare provide the Omaha area’s most trusted destination for stylish, effective sunglasses. The knowledgeable staff helps clients find the very best sunglasses to match their lifestyles. 

Exposure to the sun’s UV rays can damage eyes over time, particularly in children. “A child’s eyes absorb triple the amount of ultra violet radiation and harmful blue wavelengths of light as an adult’s eyes,” says Kruger, a pediatric specialist. That’s why it’s important for parents to encourage their children to make a habit of wearing sunglasses when outdoors—a much easier task when the children choose sunglasses they love.

Sunglasses purchased from Legacy Eyecare are guaranteed to provide the eye protection that other sources only claim to provide. 

Legacy Eyecare
16949 Lakeside Hills Plaza, Suite 101

This sponsored content appeared in Faces of Omaha 2018. To view, click here: https://issuu.com/omahapublications/docs/faces_2018/56

Legacy Eyecare

April 1, 2017 by
Photography by Bill Sitzmann

It’s not just about finding sunglasses that look good and feel comfortable, says Jeff Brewer O.D. of Legacy Eyecare. Proper lens treatments are needed to protect long-term eye health.  Also, the right lens color helps with outdoor tasks and can even boost athletic performances. A brown lens highlights objects on green surfaces. A grey lens cuts glare off of water.  Brewer cautions that, “not all sunglass lenses can be trusted to adequately protect against UV and blue light damage from sun exposure.”

Legacy Eyecare serves clients of all ages, he adds.  Because a child’s eyes are most vulnerable to UV and blue light damage, parents should encourage children to wear sunglasses purchased from a trusted eye care source. Protecting eye health early in life can help avoid later development of cataracts or macular degeneration, the most common cause of vision loss in people over 55. Legacy Eyecare’s staff has the expertise to ensure clients get matched with reliable sun wear—from the largest single location selection in the city—that best meets their needs!

16949 Lakeside Hills Plaza, Suite 101, Omaha, NE 68130

402.614.3200 • legacyeyecare.com

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ASID Project Awards 2015

March 3, 2016 by
Photography by Contributed by ASID photography by Thomas Grady, Tom Kessler, and Mark Kresl

Environments, spaces, rooms…doesn’t matter how you refer to them…the vibe of your business can have a profound impact on the bottom line. Professional designers are an integral partner when it comes to conceptualizing, coordinating, and executing a vision on how your brand will be perceived.

The ASID (American Society of Interior Designers) Nebraska/Iowa Chapter Designers’ Project Awards 2015 showcase the very best in commercial property work.


Design Impact Award Winner
Kris Patton, ASID, and Jerome Bergmeier, Allied ASID Interiors Joan and Associates
Legacy Eyecare
Category: Healthcare
Photography by Tom Kessler

This showroom and patient area was designed to enhance the customer experience, giving clients an open, comfortable, yet very functional healthcare space. Custom-designed shelving was incorporated to highlight the various lines of high-end frames carried here. This new office space was designed not only to accommodate the patients’ needs, but also those of the optician’s growing business. Areas for enhanced technology use, marketing activity, and
staff comfort were all carefully considered
and executed.


Lisa McCoid, ASID, and Alexis Trout, Allied ASID
D3 Interiors
Tuscany Apartments Clubhouse
Category: Hospitality
Photography by Tom Kessler

To give this clubhouse the feeling of an upscale hotel lobby, clean, crisp lines were integrated into the space with the use of a herringbone, wood-look tile on the floor that draws you into the main gathering and entertaining space. Those clean lines are continued throughout the space with the use of solid fabrics applied to the furniture along with patterned accent pieces that bring character into the space.


Julie Odermatt, ASID
D3 Interiors
Smile Station Pediatric Dentistry
Category: Healthcare
Photography by Tom Kessler

The ultimate goal for this pediatric dental office was to keep the atmosphere fun and welcoming for all kids while achieving the most efficient flow between the various stations. To define various elements throughout the office space, brightly hued accents of lime green, blue, and red were used.


Ellen Turnage, Allied ASID
Interiors Joan and Associates
Strasburger Orthopaedics
Category: Healthcare
Photography by Tom Kessler

A modern, energized, yet soothing environment was created to appeal to both the patients’ desire for an upscale, professional healthcare facility and their need for a calming atmosphere that would aid in the overall healing process. Increased and improved lighting schematics, a new lunchroom retreat, and performance materials that hold up to the necessary code requirements of a commercial environment all enhance the workplace for clients and professional staff members alike.


Pam Stanek, ASID
The Interior Design Firm
Covenant Presbyterian Church
Category: Corporate
Photography by Thomas Grady

The interior finishes of this church were updated to a timeless neutral palette to accommodate the different colors displayed during the services and celebrations throughout the year. The acoustics were enhanced for speech intelligibility and musical enjoyment.


Stacie Muhle, Allied ASID
Artistico Interiors
TEAM Software
Category: Corporate
Photography by Mark Kresl

This office was designed to allow functionality within an innovative space. Advanced technology such as a custom conference table with a pop-up data console, a state-of-the-art projection screen, and electronic Lutron shades are incorporated to enhance staff performance and flexibility. The end result is an atmosphere that promotes creative collaboration in a fun, fresh space for TEAM Software.