As another fundraising car wash season comes to a close, we tip our cap to Dick O’Neill and  Prospect Bank for their cooperation.

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Is O'Charley's returning to C-U? Is Mahomet bigger than Savoy? Is it OK to drive a golf cart on my city street? Kathy has those answers and so many more.

The executive director's business role model? “The one and only Lou Liay. Not only is Lou an impressive Illini, he has an energy and work ethic that I tip my hat to. His past successes with the Alumni Association and his constant ability to bring people together for a greater good are truly inspiring."

“The people that I work with, internally and externally, are the most important part of my job. As a leader, I strive to give my best every day because my colleagues and clients deserve it. Some days, this is much easier than others."

Ben Quattrone's business role model? “Martha Stewart. She is a brand, has a magazine and has been to hell and back financially. She went to prison for insider trading at a level that is dwarfed by most members of Congress, and she has clawed her way back.”

"It has been rewarding (during the pandemic) to see Urbana parks and natural areas being discovered by the vast public. I think that will continue on now that folks have relied on outdoor spaces as a part of their daily lives."

Martin O’Donnell, Busey executive vice president and central region president, said the decision was made “to ensure a balance in our branch network and broad digital banking services.”