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  • KC Chamber recognizes Donald J. Hall Jr. as Kansas Citian of the Year

    The Kansas City area’s highest honor for civic leadership in 2016 went to Donald J. Hall Jr., CEO of Hallmark Cards Inc. at the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce annual dinner Tuesday night at Bartle Hall. He is the fourth member of the Hall family to receive the award from the Chamber.

The Kansas City area’s highest honor for civic leadership in 2016 went to Donald J. Hall Jr., CEO of Hallmark Cards Inc. at the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce annual dinner Tuesday night at Bartle Hall. He is the fourth member of the Hall family to receive the award from the Chamber. Jill Toyoshiba The Kansas City Star
The Kansas City area’s highest honor for civic leadership in 2016 went to Donald J. Hall Jr., CEO of Hallmark Cards Inc. at the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce annual dinner Tuesday night at Bartle Hall. He is the fourth member of the Hall family to receive the award from the Chamber. Jill Toyoshiba The Kansas City Star

KC chamber’s top honor goes to Hallmark CEO Donald J. Hall Jr.

November 22, 2016 8:50 PM