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March | April 2016: Miss Missouri Erin O'Flaherty
Her intriguing story of life in pageants while dedicating her time to suicide prevention and being the first openly gay contestant.
Jan | Feb 2016: Diamond Pet Food
Nov | Dec 2016: Jden Cox
Always More- Bronze Medal Winner Olympic Wrestler J'den Cox always strives to achieve his best on the mat.
Sept | Oct 2016: First Responders
What does it take to be a hero?
Is it a cape, superpowers and a fast car? Maybe. Or at least this is the image that has been installed in our heads since we were young from comic books, action figurines and movies.
May| June 2016 - Colquitt Brothers
Dustin and Britton Colquitt glance at their phones to find those words before each game; a message fueled by faith and sent by their mother. The saying serves as a constant reminder of who they’re playing for. It’s not the crowd of thousands of people, but a one-man audience, watching their one-man show.
March | April 2016 - McKensie Garber
She entered her hometown for the first time in weeks with a new title to her name.
Leaving her crown and sash behind, she picked up a selfie stick instead. Circled by half her town decked out in Cardinal red, newly crowned Miss Missouri McKensie Garber filmed a minute-long testimony as to why her hometown of Hale made her the perfect candidate for the Miss America title.
May | June 2015 - Dustin Colquitt
Dustin Colquitt may be the highest paid punter in the NFL, but he is firmly grounded by his faith and his family. “There is one big, nonnegotiable rule in this house,” Dustin says. “Walk with Jesus, and learn to play golf and ping-pong.” All rights reserved. Copyright Studio M Publishing, LLC.
Nov | Dec 2014 - Hillary Werth
Leaping from athletics to art with individuality, Hillary Werth’s talents have lifted her high and have landed her at the Lake at age 25. Her life of competing in combination sports (heptathlete) has helped style her art
with many layers — layers of energy, color and spunk, yet balance that jumps off the birchboard paintings for which she’s known. All rights reserved. Copyright Studio M Publishing, LLC.
Sept | Oct 2014 - Principals or Heroes?
Eight hours, 1,500 students, 88 teachers, mounds of paperwork and endless meetings… Sounds like a hectic life to live. But it also sounds like a life that makes a difference; a life that creates brighter futures for children everywhere. Principals work year-round to not only make a difference in the school systems, but also to make a positive impact in the lives of their students, teachers and parents. All rights reserved. Copyright Studio M Publishing, LLC.
July | August 2014 - God's Not Dead
Behind the vacation veneer of people boating, golfing and having fun, the Lake of the Ozarks is home to many fascinating and remarkable people. The area attracts more than its share of residents who come from diverse, successful careers elsewhere, but all want to live at the Lake. When these Lake residents are brought together, whether by Fate or God’s will, magic can happen. All rights reserved. Copyright Studio M Publishing, LLC.
May | June 2014 - Mizzou Made
Football Is A Game Of Numbers: wins/losses, tackles, yards passing, and receiving yards. MIZZOU is serious about its football. Since 1890, the University of Missouri has been steeped in tradition: Marching MIZZOU, elaborate tailgating, Truman the Tiger, stadium chants of MIZ-ZOU, the white-rocked “M” behind the end zone, the notorious fight song, and some fans may remember “Spider.” All rights reserved. Copyright Studio M Publishing, LLC.
Jan | Feb 2014 - Sergeant Dan Barber
Imagine you’re 41 years old, driving along I-44, when your cell phone rings. The caller is your family doctor, who says you have been diagnosed with cancer and have only one to three months to live. You immediately
feel shock, despair, anger, frustration and hopelessness; you’re instantly overwhelmed with the worst. All rights reserved. Copyright Studio M Publishing, LLC.
Nov | Dec 2013 - Norm & Virginia Stewart
The complete story of two individuals who brought joy and meaning to their 57-year marriage. A love story about a relationships with a Hall of Fame Basketball Coach, told through the eyes of a University of Missouri Homecoming Queen. And so it begins… All rights reserved. Copyright Studio M Publishing, LLC.
Sept | Oct 2013 - Hometown Heroes
Our hometown is unique. It’s geographically and economically diverse while retaining the small-town, close-knit foundation that gives and gives. This issue is dedicated to those named and unnamed who have lived true to their inner passions forged by the fires of personal experience; those whose hearts have been imprinted with compassion, generosity and a passion for the possible! All rights reserved. Copyright Studio M Publishing, LLC.
July | Aug 2013 - Shannon McIntosh
Put the movie moguls of the world together in one room and you redefine the word intimidation — unless you’re Shannon McIntosh accompanied by Quentin Tarantino and Harvey Weinstein at The Oscars 85th annual Academy Awards in Los Angeles. All rights reserved. Copyright Studio M Publishing, LLC.
May | June 2013 - Chase Daniel
When the aroma of barbecue rises above Arrowhead Stadium in mid-August for the Chief’s first home preseason game, and the red-and-white-jersey-clad players enter the field, it will be a homecoming for former Mizzou player Chase Daniel. All rights reserved. Copyright Studio M Publishing, LLC.
March | April 2013 - Tippe Emmott
Almost every little girl dreams of being a magical princess like Cinderella, or wearing a beautiful ball gown and having the dazzling crown of Miss America placed on her head. Tippe Emmott, Miss Missouri 2012-2013, earned her crown, and she symbolizes the admirable qualities of a role model to the youth of Missouri.All rights reserved. Copyright Studio M Publishing, LLC.
January | February 2013 - Women in the House
Government is a business. In fact, it is BIG business. Many times, it is the largest employer in an area. And have you ever stopped to realize it is the only business in which you get to have a say in who the managers are? It is a unique business in that its managers, “your elected officials,” are expected to fulfill many roles. All rights reserved. Copyright Studio M Publishing, LLC.
November | December - Susan Lordi Marker
Susan pulls from her childhood, her family, friends, her education and her Missouri history, including the Lake of the Ozarks. She successfully connects with numerous hearts worldwide through her award–winning textile art and her popular Willow Tree® products.
Willow Tree® products range from hand–carved figurative sculptures, ornaments, candle–holders, keepsake boxes, musicals, cake toppers and Nativity collections to greeting cards and journals. All rights reserved. Copyright Studio M Publishing, LLC.
September | October
It is said there are three kinds of people in the world – those who make things happen, those who watch things happen and those who wonder what happened.
The Lake of the Ozarks is the kind of story that embodies “The Dreamers” of the first generation who were business entrepreneurs of the 1930s, 40s and 50s; “The Builders” of the second generation who were businessmen and -women of the 1960s, 70s, and 80s; and “The Cosmopolitan” developers of the current generation who have taken us over the threshold into the 21st century. All rights reserved. Copyright Studio M Publishing, LLC.
July | August - Molly & Tim Wolfe
Meet Molly and Tim Wolfe... The University of Missouri System's "First Couple," back home in Columbia and at Lake of the Ozarks. Special Feature: "The Great Book" including dining, entertainment and nightlife. All rights reserved. Copyright Studio M Publishing, LLC.
May | June - Tony Richardson
The May | June issue features Tony Richardson, aka T-Rich, who proudly wore #49 on the field in the NFL for 17 years and went to 4 Pro Bowls. Thanks to his father, Sergeant Major Ben Richardson, and NFL mentors, Richardson learned that being a professional football player meant more than just practices and games—it meant giving back. All rights reserved. Copyright Studio M Publishing, LLC.
March | April - Doctor Michael Janssen
The March | April issue features Doc Janssen from childhood till today and his accomplishments within the lake community. Doc's success is compounded by many accomplishments in his life. His skill as a surgeon
tops this list, yet what must be noted is his business savvy and sincere goal to develop a “True Center of Excellence,” that teaches Spinal Education to the entire world. All rights reserved. Copyright Studio M Publishing, LLC.
January | February - Special Tribute: Big Thunder Motorsports
The January | February issue is very special to L•O Profile and the rest of the lake community. It showcases the lives of Bob Morgan and Jeff Tillman and the impact they had at Lake of the Ozarks.... We honor the memory of our Big Thunder friends. Their absence will leave an empty space in our hearts and in the Lake of the Ozarks community and boating world. Heaven’s never heard Thunder until now. All rights reserved. Copyright Studio M Publishing, LLC.
November | December - Mike Hopkins
The November | December issue highlights Mike Hopkins and his accomplishments as an astronaut. The sky is the limit for most people, but for astronaut Mike Hopkins, it’s just the beginning. Decades of hard work and determination that began here at the Lake will have him soon opening capsule doors into space, with all its excitement, possibilities and the unknown. All rights reserved. Copyright Studio M Publishing, LLC.
September | October - The Next Generation
The September | October issue celebrates the 80th anniversary of the Bagnell Dam at Lake of the Ozarks. With stories of the past and an outlook of the future, this issue features The Next Generation of lake area business owners. It’s obvious that the biggest event at the Lake of the Ozarks was the construction of Bagnell Dam 80 years ago, but the many family businesses that invested in the Lake are the reasons why the Lake is where it is today. From the Koplar-Brown family of Four Seasons, the Duenke family of Tan-Tar-A, the Palmer family of Casino Pier and the Mace family of Lee Mace’s Ozark Opry to the many who have come and gone in between — they are the pioneers who paved the way for generations of growth and business opportunities at the Lake. All rights reserved. Copyright Studio M Publishing, LLC.
July | August - Jeff Branson
The July | August issue features Jeff Branson and his life story about his passion for acting. A football started this hometown boy on his path from the Lake to the Big Apple, from the high school stage to Broadway and the big screen, from teen heartthrob to, well, everyone’s heartthrob. All with a little help from Mom! All rights reserved. Copyright Studio M Publishing, LLC.
Sept | Oct 2010 The Great Book ( Dining, Nightlife & Entertainment)
The September | October issue is for Breast Cancer Survivors and Awareness. This special issue has great stories that will tug at your heart and possibly help those cope that are fighting themselves. All rights reserved. Copyright Studio M Publishing, LLC.