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Fort Worth Business Press honors 2014 40 Under 40, and Dan Jenkins

40 Under 40 class of 2014 group shot at Neiman Marcus. Photo by Jackie Avila. 

40 Under 40 Allisen Prigel of Brodie's Aircraft tries out her new RadioShack gift for 40 Under 40 honorees, Beats headphones. 

 

The Fort Worth Business Press honored the 2014 40 Under 40 class last night at an awards dinner at the Cendera Center.
Also honored with a special 40 Plus 40 award was author Dan Jenkins.
Jenkins, author of books such as Semi-Tough, was cited as being Fort Worth’s premier author. Jenkins told the crowd that, “quoting a lady friend, ‘I don’t have enough makeup to live in Dallas.”

Also from Jenkins: "Not only is the Fort Worth Business Press the best newspaper in Fort Worth, sometimes I think it's the only one."

For more photos and observations from the event visit #FWBP40U40 on Twitter and Instagram


This year's honorees:
Hannah Behrens, HGC Real Estate Services
Nolan Bradshaw, Cornerstone Diversified Consultants
Joseph Brunson, Tusk Enterprises
Kristen Camareno, Fort Worth Bike Sharing
Holly Carless, American Association of Professional Landmen
Christy Cates, Whitley Penn
Dr. Robert Chu, Eyeworks Group
Matthew Daly, TD Ameritrade
Jeremiah Donati, TCU
George Fassett, Thumbtechs
Shannon Fletcher, Tarrant County, Pct. 1
Laura Fuquay, Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Southlake
Danny Goldberg, Gold SRD
Thomas Hegi, Kelly Hart & Hallman LLP
Angie Highland, Grotta Marketing Research
Lee Howell, Byrne Construction Services
Russell Kirkpatrick, Reata Restaurant
Michelle Kizer, Baylor Regional Medical Center at Grapevine
Angela Lamb, Farmers Insurance
John D. Langston, Panther Capital Group LLC
Rattana Mao, Comerica Bank
Tim Marling, First Command Financial Services
Cassie McQuitty, United Way Tarrant County
MaryAnn Means, City of Fort Worth
Ryan C. Merrill, Community Trust Bank
Winjie Miao, Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Alliance
Jill Mulligan, BNSF Railway Company
Andrew Oxley, Oxley Williams Tharp Architects
James R. Powell, North Central Texas Council of Governments
Allisen Prigel, Broadie’s Aircraft
Dr. Christina Robinson, UNT Health Science Center
Andrew J. Rosell, Kelly Hart & Hallman LLP
Aaron Rumfelt, U.S. Trust
Holland Sanders, Fort Worth Opera
Roland Schafer, Shannon, Gracey, Ratliff & Miller LLP
Bill Stinneford, Buxton
Jessica Thomas, Independent Petroleum Association of America
Rebecca Tucker, Texas Health Resources
Ryan Logan Valdez, Cantey Hanger LLP
Chris Wilde, Dunaway Associates
 

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