Rejuvenating Women Announces Tim and Sue Dunning Honorary Chairs

Rejuvenating Women ( is pleased to announce Douglas County Sheriff Tim and his wife Sue Dunning as Honorary Chairs for the 6th annual Restored Wings, Beautifully Broken Gala, which will be held on September 10 at Embassy Suites – La Vista Conference Center (doors open at 5:30 p.m.). The keynote speaker is Cyntoia Brown-Long, a human trafficking survivor, author, and advocate for criminal justice reform. Brandi (Petersen) Paul is lined up as the emcee for the evening.

Tim and Sue have been married for 49 years and have four children and eight grandchildren. Sue is retired from Millard Schools after teaching first grade at Montclair Elementary for 20 years. Tim has been the Douglas County Sheriff for the past 26 years and has been in law enforcement since 1971. His other involvements include: past president, Nebraska Sheriff’s Association; past president, Metro Chiefs Association; commissioner for the Commission on Accreditation Law Enforcement Agencies; past chair, Domestic Violence Coordinating Council; member of Governor’s Task Force on Human Trafficking; advisory board member of Attorney General’s Task Force on Human Trafficking; board member of Coalition on Human Trafficking; and a multitude of other Boards locally and nationally, past and present.

Rejuvenating Women provides hope and restoration for individuals of human trafficking and exploitation while empowering the individuals to lead healthy and independent lives. They are committed to developing long-lasting relationships with the girls and women who have been deeply traumatized by “loving her right where she is at in life.” To learn more or purchase a ticket/table to the gala, visit For a limited time, there is a discount on tables of eight by using the code: RWFLASH2020. Further questions can be directed to CEO Julie Shrader at (402) 522-6811 /