Your Turn/Sue Hester
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Your Turn/Sue Hester

Sue Hester, 42, was born in Santa Barbara, Calif., grew up in San Diego and lived in five different states following her husband during his military career before settling down in Illinois (not her first choice, but he is from Schuyler County).

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Your Turn/Chris Talley
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Your Turn/Chris Talley

Chris Talley, 46, is the product validation manager at CNH Industrial in Burlington, Iowa, which designs, builds, tests and validates prototype construction equipment.

Your Turn/Amy Summers
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Your Turn/Amy Summers

Amy (Baird) Summers, 49, works for the Quincy Public Schools Foundation. She has a daughter Emma, 17, and a son, Dylan, 14. Summers grew up in Quincy and also has lived in Colorado, Missouri and Georgia.

Your Turn/Dick Wellman
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Your Turn/Dick Wellman

Dick Wellman, 59, and his wife Robin, a nurse, live in a unique house which is his hobby and second love. He currently works at Quincy Medical Group which is fun and challenging in these times. Wellman was born and raised in Quincy.

Your Turn/Eric Foster
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Your Turn/Eric Foster

Eric Foster, 30, is the coordinator of student life at John Wood Community College. He was born and raised in Quincy and still lives here with his wife, Kristen and 5-month-old son, Colby.

Your Turn/Brock Willard
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Your Turn/Brock Willard

Brock Willard, 30, was born in Pittsfield and grew up in Milan. He is engaged to an amazing woman who is mother to an adorable son. Willard sells crop insurance for Compeer Financial as well as farms with his uncle and grandpa.

Your Turn/Ann Dickson
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Your Turn/Ann Dickson

Mary Ann Awerkamp Dickson was born in August 1960 in Quincy, the seventh of 10 children. She's been employed at Blessing Health System since December 1982, working for 22 years in the public relations office.

Your Turn/Lucas Brass
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Your Turn/Lucas Brass

Lucas Brass, 38, is a soil conservationist with the U.S. Department of Agriculture in New London, Mo. Married for 15 years, Brass and his wife Betsey have two kids, Isaiah, 10, and Rozalyn, 8.

Your Turn/Belynda Allen
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Your Turn/Belynda Allen

Belynda F. Allen, 54, is executive director of Hancock County Economic Development and grandma of four beautiful children, one boy and three girls between the ages of 2 and 9.

Your Turn/Kaylee McFarland
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Your Turn/Kaylee McFarland

Kaylee McFarland, 31, grew up in Texas, but her immediate family is from Southeast Iowa and Northeast Missouri. As development officer with the Community Foundation, she helps donors and prospective donors reach their philanthropic goals and develops strategies to tell the story of the foundation, its donors and grantees.