|Dodge City Basketball, Inc. Ownership Group
Greg Goff is co-owner of G & G, Inc., an automobile dealership in Dodge City. The Dodge City native is a graduate of Baker University and was a high school teacher and basketball coach at Herington, KS and Spearville, KS. Goff has been actively involved with kids activities in Dodge City and is currently co-director of Upward Basketball, a recreation ministry for first through sixth grade boys and girls. He is President of the Dodge City Academic Booster Club and thoroughly enjoyed four summers coaching an AAU basketball team. Goff is married to Linda Burke Goff, a French teacher at Dodge City High School. They have three children, Jarod, Travis, and Derek.
George R. Henrichs-Executive Board
George Henrichs has worked hard with Dodge Citys best interests in mind for over 40 years. Henrichs owned and operated the Silver Spur Lodge and Convention Center for many years and has been active in city and statewide projects. He has been active in the Dodge City Area Chamber of Commerce, Dodge City Roundup Rodeo, the Boot Hill Museum and much more. He is a past director of the Kansas Association of Commerce and Industry, past chairman of the United Way and Dodge City Days Committee, was president of the Kansas Lodging Association as well as many more city and statewide leadership posts. Henrichs was a two-time Dodge City Jaycees Man of the Year and received a Citizen of Merit Award from the Dodge City Area Chamber of Commerce. Henrichs is married to Norva J. Henrichs and has three sons: Kirk, Kent and Kelly.
E. Kent Smoll-Executive Board
Kent Smoll is the president of S&B Business Services, Inc. He is a Certified Public Accountant with over 25 years of experience. Smoll received his Bachelor of Science degree in accounting from Kansas State University. He is licensed to practice public accountancy in Kansas and Arkansas and is currently on the Kansas Board of Accountancy. He has served as chairman of the Federal and State Taxation Committee for the Kansas Society of CPAs and has served on its Board of Directors. Smoll served as a City Commissioner in Dodge City for four years and acted as Mayor for one year. Smoll is married to Dee Smoll. They have two daughters, Jennifer and Katie.
Carolyn Banning is a Certified Public Accountant with over twenty years of experience and a Vice-President of S&B Business Services, Inc., a member firm of Century Business Systems, Inc. Banning received her Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from Washburn University, Topeka, Kansas. She specializes in medical practice consulting and tax planning and financial consulting and is licensed to practice public accountancy in Kansas. She currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Dodge City Area Chamber of Commerce. She and her husband Justin, have one daughter, Rachelle. She enjoys traveling, family and friends.
Jim Coffin is the owner of J.A.G. Construction in Dodge City. He has been an actively involved in making Dodge City a progressive community and has served as President of the Dodge City Chamber of Commerce. Coffin is married to Marie Coffin and has two sons, Andy is attending Baker University in Baldwin City, Kansas, Chris is attending the University of Kansas in Lawrence. His hobbies include hunting and fishing.
Rodger Davis is founder and C.E.O. of Davis Electric, Inc. in Cimarron, Kansas. Davis also owns Southwest Casework, a company that specializes in premium architectural millwork in Dodge City. Davis is married to Glenda Davis and has two daughters, Sarah, who attends Bethany College in Lindsborg and Kimberly who attends Washburn University in Topeka. He is an avid University of Kansas basketball fan and also enjoys motorcycling and snowmobiles.
Pat George, co-owner of G & G Inc., a new car dealership featuring Buick, GMC, Pontiac, Mazda, and Jeep. George is also a partner in Dodge City Steak Co. and PATS Real Estate Co. He serves on the Board of Directors of Western Plains Medical Complex and is President of the Boot Hill Fellowship of Christian Athletes. George is a graduate of Benedictine College, Atchison, majoring in psychology and business. George and his wife Lori are parents of three children: Thomas, Anna, and Mavis.
Dr. Kelly S. Henrichs, D.D.S.
Dr. Kelly S. Henrichs has a family dental practice at Medical Heights Dental Center, Dodge City. He has earned degrees from Dodge City Community College, Fort Hays State University and the Creighton University School of Dentistry. Dr. Henrichs has coached several mens and womens AAU traveling basketball teams in the last six years, and won MYAB National Championships in the summer of 1999 and 2000. He has been on the Board of Directors of Dodge City Roundup Rodeo, is team dentist for the Dodge City Community College athletic program and is active in the Dodge City Red Demon Basketball and Football Booster Clubs and the Dodge City Community College Alumni-Booster Association. Dr. Henrichs is married to Ronnetta Henrichs and has two children: Holly and Kevin. He enjoys his kids, athletics and horses.
Jim Lewis, along with his brother Rod, owns seven auto dealerships in Kansas and Minnesota, including Dodge City Toyota and Lewis Motors, Garden City. Lewis was born and raised in Topeka, Kansas and graduated from Seaman High School. He attended Allen County Community College and Washburn University in Topeka. He and his wife Tonya have three children: Jamey, Jenna, and Brad. Lewis enjoys K.U. basketball, watching his children play sports, fishing, hunting and golf.
Michael Morrison is a Dodge City native and owner of Gibsons Pharmacy in Dodge City. He is also a consultant pharmacist for several area nursing care facilities and agencies. He graduated from Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford, Oklahoma. He is active in local church leadership and currently a Lay Member of the Kansas West Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church. Morrison is married to Marsha Morrison and has two children, Matthew, and Morgan. He enjoys movies, traveling with his family, camping and boating.
Rick Redd is a lifelong resident of Sublette, Kansas and is a third generation farmer at Redd Farms. Redd was a standout basketball player at Sublette High School and played college basketball at Central College of McPherson. He graduated from Tabor College in Hillsboro, earning a business degree. He is married to Katy, who is a psychology professor at Seward County Community College, Liberal. Rick and Katy have one daughter, Heidi, who is married to Kyle Simmons, and one granddaughter, Chloe Simmons. Redd enjoys the University of Kansas basketball and scuba diving.
Mike Stevens resides in Copeland, Kansas and is Chairman and CEO of Centera Bank, Sublette. Centera Bank has locations in Sublette, Dodge City, Satanta and Greensburg. Stevens is married to Risa and they have six children: Allison, Kayla, Whitney, Wendy, Cody and Sarah. Risa is employed as a teacher by USD #374, Sublette.