According to the Nevada Secretary of State, as of February 2016 there were:
For the past two years, my husband and I have been "empty nesters" with both of our children in college. Our daughter graduates in May and we are currently waiting to see if she is moving back to Las Vegas for employment. This is an exciting time for her as she is starting a new chapter in her life and we are ready to see the incredible things she will accomplish.
Beginning my sixth month as a resident of Las Vegas, I am excited to share that we have (finally!) found and purchased a home in the west Valley. It is complicated doing a home search when you have three generations (our five kids, Stephanie and myself, my mom and a dog) living under one roof. We are anxiously looking forward to the end of the school year in Buffalo, getting our home there sold, and having the whole family here in Nevada.
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It is with a heavy heart that we regret to inform you that our dear friend and longtime member of our United Way of Southern Nevada family, Barbara Mulholland, passed away.
We are so grateful for all of your contributions and continued support of United Way of Southern Nevada. Through your dedication and generosity you impact the lives of thousands of children and families every day. As we continue to build a strong team, I would like to share some exciting new additions that will bolster our donor engagement team.
United Way of Southern Nevada (UWSN) is proud to announce the appointments of Elaina Mulé as Vice President of Collective Impact and Social Innovation and Angel Williams as the Vice President of Donor Engagement.
Clark County School District Superintendent Pat Skorkowsky joins with teachers, administrators and those who have been helped by United Way to kick off the CCSD annual United Way campaign to help students and families succeed on Wednesday, January 27, 2016 from 7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. at the Northwest Career and Technical Academy.