When Hockaday retired in 2000, the city of Kansas City passed a resolution honoring her decades of service. It read, in part: “Laura Hockaday has been deeply dedicated to her profession and her city, and has been a major force of change that has made Kansas City a better place.”
When Hockaday retired in 2000, the city of Kansas City passed a resolution honoring her decades of service. It read, in part: “Laura Hockaday has been deeply dedicated to her profession and her city, and has been a major force of change that has made Kansas City a better place.” File The Star
When Hockaday retired in 2000, the city of Kansas City passed a resolution honoring her decades of service. It read, in part: “Laura Hockaday has been deeply dedicated to her profession and her city, and has been a major force of change that has made Kansas City a better place.” File The Star

From the archives: Laura Hockaday’s retirement leaves a gaping void

October 24, 2017 01:35 PM