Lewis, Hooper & Dick, LLC Announces Two Retirements

Lewis, Hooper & Dick, LLC announces the retirements of long-time team members David Lunzmann, SHRM-CP, PHR and Pam Bryan. Both retirements will begin at the end of May.

“It is with mixed emotions that I congratulate David and Pam on their retirements,” said Theresa Dasenbrock, CPA, CGMA, CFE, Managing Member/Owner of Lewis, Hooper & Dick, LLC. “I am happy for the two of them but will certainly miss working with them. I am grateful for their many years of dedicated service and I wish them the best as they enter this exciting new stage of life.”

David Lunzmann

David joined Lewis, Hooper & Dick, LLC in 1994 and spent the entirety of his professional career with the firm. As the firm’s administrator, he is responsible for all internal administration including day-to-day operations, client HR support and services, marketing, recruiting, firm financial functions, and facilities management. Throughout his years with Lewis, Hooper & Dick, LLC, David has been actively involved in the Garden City community. His involvement has included sitting on the board of Friends of Lee Richardson Zoo, serving as a chamber ambassador for the Garden City Chamber of Commerce, and helping found the local Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) chapter.  

David attended Friends University, graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Human Resources in 1992 and a Master of Science in Business Management in 1994. He went on to earn two key certifications: Society for Human Resource Management Certified Professional (SHRM-CP) and Professional in Human Resources (PHR).

David is looking forward to enjoying his retirement with his wife, Dawni. She has spent many years serving as a teacher at USD 457 and is also retiring. David plans to go on fishing trips, explore new hobbies and expand his antiques collection.

Pam Bryan

As a member of the Lewis, Hooper & Dick, LLC team since 1996, Pam is well known around the office for her creative abilities and always having a good story to share. Her dependability and affinity for details made her a talented administrative professional and an integral part of the team. When her retirement begins, Pam plans to make art, go on more camping trips in her teardrop camper with her husband, Bruce, and visit her family.