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Former Sidney resident receives award


For The Sun-Telegraph

Former Sidney resident, Stephanie Mattoon, is a recent recipient of the 2013 TOYO Award which honors Ten Outstanding Young Omahans for their commitment to improving the community while maintaining successful professional careers. The award is sponsored by the Omaha Jaycees. Mattoon is a partner in the law firm of Baird Holm LLP, practicing in the Corporate Section.

She served as President of the Board of Directors of the Joslyn Castle Trust, overseeing the transfer of ownership of the historic Joslyn Castle property from the State of Nebraska to the nonprofit organization. Mattoon also serves on the Board of Directors of Kids Can Community Center and the Nebraska Sports Council which has responsibility for the Cornhusker State Games. She is a member of the Advisory Board of the Entrepreneurship Legal Clinic at the University of Nebraska College of Law and is past Chairperson of the Securities Law Section of the Nebraska State Bar Association. She is a member of the Leadership Omaha Class 35, the 2010-11 Nebraska State Bar Association Leadership Academy, and the Omaha Bar Association.

Mattoon is a 1998 graduate of Sidney High School, a 2002 graduate of Texas Christian University, magna cum laude, and a 2005 graduate of the University of Nebraska College of Law, with high distinction. Mattoon is married to Justin Hankins of Omaha and is the step-parent to two children. She is the daughter of Sidney residents Steve and Cathy Mattoon.


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