IPL After-Work Gathering

Join IPL and friends on Wednesday, May 22, 2019

5pm-7pm at the Storz Mansion,

home of Dr. Wayne and Rhonda Stuberg at 3708 Farnam St.

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Drop in on May 22 for Conversation, Appetizers and Desserts from cultures around the world. Beer, Wine, and Soda will also be served.

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Colleagues, Spouses & Friends Welcome

Gottlieb Storz Residence 1905–1907, Fisher & Lawrie. 3708 Farnam St.
The Storz house was built by Gottlieb Storz, a prominent Omaha businessman who founded the nationally recognized Storz Brewing Company in 1876. The brewer enjoyed two very successful decades in business, and became one of the city’s wealthiest citizens. Like many financial and civic leaders of the day, Storz built his impressive mansion in the Gold Coast District. The style of the house is best described as Jacobethan Revival, with its beige brick walls with decorative limestone trim, steeply pitched roof, parapeted gables, dormers, two-story bay windows with stone mullions and transoms, and a deep, arched entry porch. The interior has twenty-seven rooms, all elegantly finished with a noteworthy assemblage of materials and detailing. A magnificent Tiffany glass skylight covers the solarium, the most distinctive room in the house. The top floor houses the Adele and Fred Astaire Ballroom, the only local memorial celebrating the Omaha roots of the famed brother and sister dance duo. The Storz family occupied the house until 1989 when it was purchased by businessman Michael Gaughan, who gave the building to Creighton University in 2002. After leasing it as a residence the University sold the building in 2007 to Dr. Wayne and Rhonda Stuberg, our gracious hosts for this celebration. This information was collected from the Internet sites: Wikipedia, Omaha LHPC, and SAHARCHIPEDIA