2016 Brotherhood/Sisterhood Citation Award Honorees
Sally & Bob Cone
Sally & Bob Cone are committed to building a better Greensboro for everyone. Sally and Bob have both worked extensively with organizations such as the Cone Health Foundation, Greensboro Urban Ministry, and the Interactive Resource Center to improve the lives of Greensboro's most vulnerable, underserved citizens. Sally is widely recognized for her commitment to the arts and her tireless efforts to make music, art, and theater accessible to all. As an attorney with Tuggle Duggins, Bob plays a key role in Greensboro's business community.
Marsha & Jack Slane
Marsha & Jack Slane have been longtime supporters of all things good for High Point. Marsha and her husband, Jack, who passed away in 2014, have long championed early childhood education and quality daycare for economically challenged children in High Point. The Slanes are well-known for their generosity to the community through their involvement with the United Way of Greater High Point, the High Point Regional Health Center, High Point University, Family Service of the Piedmont, and the High Point Community Foundation. The Slanes have also been key advocates and leaders in the High Point business community through their family business, Slane Hosiery.