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After 35 years with Gibson, Bob Sturtevant will retire next year. He doesn’t want a gold watch or a big party.  Instead, he’s asking friends and family to celebrate by giving to the “Sara Smiles Campaign for LOGAN.” The campaign honors his daughter Sara and helps fund the recreational programs she and her friends enjoy so much at LOGAN.

Bob joined Gibson in 1985 as a Senior Account Executive. In 1989, he became a Principal and Owner in the firm. In 1996, he and his wife, Peggy, brought Sara home from an orphanage in Guilin, China, and adopted her. A few years later, LOGAN became a major and vital part of Sara’s life. She has used many of the services offered at LOGAN. When she was 10, she began attending LOGAN Recreation activities, including art and games and outings wth friends.

“The LOGAN staff have been so caring for Sara,” Bob said. “She immediately responded to the programs and services offered, and she has made so many friends at LOGAN, lifelong friendships.” 

For more than 10 years, Bob and Peggy  have served LOGAN as advocates, donors and volunteers. In retirement, Bob plans to continue to serve on LOGAN’s Board of Directors. Peggy serves on the Parent/Family Guardian Advisory Council.

Contributing to the “Sara Smiles Campaign for LOGAN” is the perfect way to celebrate Bob’s longstanding relationship with Gibson and LOGAN. 

LOGAN Recreation:
Providing Life Enrichment and Connected Experiences