We think community is more than just a way to describe a small town; it captures the way people feel about where they reside, where they shop, and ultimately where they feel most at home. We live and work in the thriving community we cover.
Carole Sprunk, Owner/Publisher
Carole Sprunk is the publisher and owner of Edge Magazine. Since 2012, Carole has been involved in the newspaper and printing industries. Starting a Newspapers In Education program, having a passion for printing and love for Omaha led to purchasing Edge Magazine. (Email Carole)
Kathy Rygg, Managing Editor
Kathy, an Omaha native and graduate of Iowa State University, is a writer, editor, and children’s book author. She serves on the Board of Directors for the Elkhorn Soccer Club, for which both her sons play soccer, and she is also a volunteer for the Nebraska/Iowa Chapter of the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation, and the parent coordinator for the My IBD Family committee at Children’s Hospital & Medical Center. (Email Kathy)
Quentin Lueninghoener, Designer
Quentin is a graphic designer, illustrator and journalist based in Omaha, Neb. After earning a degree in News-Editorial from The University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s College of Journalism and Communication, he worked as a designer and artist at The Oregonian and The Omaha World-Herald. Since 2012, he’s been running a design company, Hanscom Park Studio, which worked on the design of edgemagazine.com.
Christopher Tierney, Photographer
Chris, an Omaha native, has been a photographer for 9 years and studied under several local area photographers before setting off on his own. He loves meeting new, interesting people, doesn’t take himself too seriously, and can make a mean PB&J sandwich (his wife is a classically trained French chef). In addition to shooting for Edge, he loves photographing weddings. (Christopher Tierney Photography)
Jill Schreck, Advertising Account Executive
Jill spent most of her adult life in Arlington, Nebraska where she and her husband Randy raised their two children, Nicholas and Katy. They moved to Omaha in 2013. While working full time in her previous employment, she obtained her Bachelor and Master Degrees. She started her business Hometown Help in 2016. She started Hometown Help to help others who have busy lives or just need an extra hand. (Email Jill)