Edna Meyer-Nelson

Houston Treasure for 2020 Photo by: Gittings Edna Meyer-Nelson is a proud third generation Houstonian. She attended Aldine High School followed by Southern Methodist University and went on to earn post-graduate degrees from University of Houston and University of...

Jo and Jim Furr

Houston Treasures for 2020 Photo by: Gittings One + One = Two, but after 52 years of marriage, Jo and Jim Furr are the two who will always = one! Jo and Jim moved to Houston almost 50 years ago and soon found an appreciation for Houston’s culture, diversity and...

Lauren Anderson

Houston Treasure for 2020 Photo by: Evin Thayer Studios Native Houstonian Lauren Anderson danced with Houston Ballet from 1983 to 2006, performing leading roles in all the great classical ballets, appearing across the world to critical acclaim, and in the process,...

Malcolm Morris

Houston Treasure for 2020 Photo by: Gittings Malcolm Stewart Morris and his great grandfather William H. Stewart, Father of the Capital of Texas, share a May 8 birthday. As Chairman of Stewart Title Guaranty Company, Malcolm oversaw its expansion to 50 states and...

Monica Hartland

Houston Treasure for 2020 Photo by: Gittings Monica Hartland was born a giving soul. As the third oldest child of 14, she quickly grew to care for her younger siblings.  Fueled by a compassionate heart and an innate willingness to help others, Monica has dedicated...

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