n Fejfar graduated from high school in Yankton, South Dakota, and attended the University of South Dakota graduating with a baccalaureate degree in fine arts and a master’s degree in music. He was a member of the Phi Mu Alpha Fraternity and Kappa Kappa Si Honorary Band Fraternity. He taught music in the Iowa Falls Community School System from 1954 until 1961, when he left teaching to become an investment representative for Investors Diversified Services. Don became associated with Edward Jones and Company in 1976 and served with that firm until retiring in 1994. Don has been very involved with his community and with Ellsworth Community College with a particularly strong and continuing interest in music. He organized and served as president of the Iowa Falls Concert Association, was parade chairman of bands for the 1955 Centennial Association and the Bicentennial celebration in 1976. He was past president of the North Iowa Bandmasters Association and started the first Grade School Instrumental Music Festival in Iowa. In 1990, Don organized and directed the “Dow Jones and the Averages,” an extremely popular band of superior musicians that continues to this day with sell-out crowds. Much of the revenue from the effort goes to charitable causes. His interest in music is furthered exemplified by his continuing work with ECC music students where he gives trumpet lessons and plays in the college band. Don has served his community as a board member of the Iowa Falls Chamber/Main Street organization, the Ellsworth College Board of Trustees, the Ellsworth “E” Club (athletics), Library Board, the Iowa Falls Community Chest, and as a steering committee member for the Scenic City Empress riverboat project. Don continues as an active member of the Iowa Falls Lion’s Club. Carol (Lindblom) Fejfar is a graduate of Anita High School in Anita, Iowa. She received her baccalaureate degree from the University of Northern Iowa in Elementary Education. She came to Iowa Falls in 1951 and taught sixth grade classes at Blanche Stoddard Elementary. Carol helped organize the Scenic City Questers organization, was a member of the steering committee, which formed the Historical Society and served as its secretary for many years. Carol is also a member of the Isabella Literary Society, the Candlestick Chapter of the National Society of Daughters of the American Revolution and is involved with the Iowa Genealogical Society. Both Carol and Don are members of the Bethany Lutheran Church in Iowa Falls. The Fejfars are well-respected representatives of Iowa Falls whose support is widely sought on community issues. They have truly been a family that made a difference through their actions and deeds. Don and Carol have three children, Brian (deceased), Robert and Jane Oglesby. Jane graduated from Ellsworth in 1979 and served as a cheerleader during one of the peak times for Ellsworth Athletics.