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This week marked the 75th Anniversary of D-Day, the historic day on which over 160,000 Allied troops landed in Normandy during World War II. Nazi Germany had already swallowed up most of Europe, and the D-Day invasion was the first step in fighting back their advance, and ultimately defeating them. Led by General Dwight D.

Happy New Year! It may feel like we just started 2019, but the old saying, “Time flies when you’re working hard to reach your goals!” has been truer than ever as January ends. Just like most people, Kevin is always excited about the possibilities the New Year holds. If you know him, you already know

Kevin Saunders was invited back to Corpus Christi, TX, earlier this week to commemorate the 37th anniversary of the public grain elevator explosion that changed his life. It was the largest explosion of its kind in Texas history, and many in the community remember the devastation that killed and injured so many grain elevator employees.

Starting in 1991, I served on the President’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports. For over a decade, I would work under 3 U.S. presidents, both directly on the Council and as part of a special commission. It was an amazing opportunity to work alongside wonderful people dedicated to making a positive impact on the

Every time I speak to a new audience, one of the things I enjoy most about the experience is getting to know the people in attendance. It starts when I to talk to the event planners and organizers before I ever set foot – or in my case, wheels – in the venue. I learn

I recently had the honor of speaking to employees at Chemours Company in Ingleside, TX. Chemours is a $6 billion global company and a leader in titanium technologies and other chemical solutions. They are committed to “harnessing the power of chemistry as a catalyst to help the ordinary become the extraordinary.” I arrived at the

This is the second part of our profile on Sen. Bob Dole, focused on his incredible service to the United States of America. If you missed the first part, click here to read it now. Political career Dole ran for office for the first time in 1950 and was elected to the Kansas House of

This story is about Garry Sigle and how he “Made the Decision to Win!” that has made him a successful athlete, coach and father. I have known Garry since we were young competitors, going head to head in cross country and track & field. I can attest to his willingness to always compete to win

This story is about Kenny Ubelaker and the Winning Habits that have made him a successful athlete, coach and father. I have known Kenny since we were young competitors and I can attest to his willingness to always compete to win every time he stepped on the field or court. He remains a champion in

Kevin Saunders delivered a keynote speech in front of more than 150 representatives from the Texas Association of Community College Marketers (TACCM) earlier this month. This was an especially significant presentation for him, because Kevin truly believes in education, and he has the personal experience with the life changing opportunities that community colleges can have

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