Lori Heaton has been the business manager for the Nebraska State Historical Society Foundation since late 2014 and says she still learns something new every day. Her enthusiasm for Nebraska history has grown tremendously and she is very proud to work in a position that helps promote and preserve that history. She is a life-long Nebraskan, having been born in Creighton. She and her husband, Scott, spent 24 years raising their three children in Ponca and now call Lincoln home. Although her favorite activity is spending time with her kids and four-year-old grandson, she also loves going to craft shows, rummage sales and thrift shops and attending events at the Lied Center and other local venues.
SPECIAL PROJECTS COORDINATOR
NSHSF Special Projects Coordinator Sue Quambusch. Sue Quambusch is an Omaha native who owned and operated a successful printing business for nearly 30 years. She did not want to “retire” so worked at the Lincoln Parks Foundation for 2 years before joining the staff of the Nebraska State Historical Society Foundation in the summer of 2017.
She enjoys doing any task that needs to be done around the office, working primarily for Lori as the Administrative Assistant, but also helping Leslie with whatever she may need.
Sue has four children and 9 grandchildren. Her fiancé, Len Sloup has 2 children and 4 grandchildren, so they have a lot of fun visiting family whenever they can. Her hobbies include volunteering, traveling, gardening, reading and knitting.
She is currently on the Board of Directors of the Museum of Nebraska Art (MONA) in Kearney, the Capital Humane Society in Lincoln and is on the Board of Advisors for Civic Nebraska. Sue also volunteers for Community Action/Head Start in Lincoln.
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Since its founding in 1942, the Foundation has served as partner to History Nebraska (formerly the Nebraska State Historical Society). Among its duties, the Foundation manages bequests and endowments and raises money from its Trustees and from the wider community to underwrite selected statewide programs and activities for the benefit of Nebraskans everywhere.
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- Assist in educating others on the ongoing need for support of countless Nebraska history programs.
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