Two single women — a surgeon and a finance executive — separately moved from New York to Omaha a decade ago to find jobs, then wound up as neighbors and became fast friends. Now one is leaving for a new position.
Growing up in Council Bluffs, Dan O’Neill was never at a loss for company. “I was one of 10 children — seven boys and three girls. I was exactly in the middle,” O’Neill said. “It was really church, family and the neighborhood that we revolved around.”
Clark Lauritzen is officially the sixth generation of his family to helm the $19 billion institution. It’s the largest Nebraska-based bank and the largest privately held bank in the country.
First National Bank of Omaha President and Chairman Dan O’Neill plans to retire on March 31 after an eight-year stint in the bank’s top post.
The World-Herald’s 2015 Midlander of the Year offers a reminder of what helped build Omaha into a prosperous hub of economic activity — local …