Brett Hatfield is the son of Kelly Ann Hatfield of Keller Williams in Omaha. He is a 2013 graduate of Elkhorn South High School.
Many of Brett’s activities have centered around raising funds for and awareness about cystic fibrosis. He and his brother participated in a video documentary, “Brothers with Cystic Fibrosis,” which was produced by the National Boomer Esiason Foundation (BEF). He has assisted his father with marketing and sales for two BEF events in Nebraska. He also has raised funds for Make-A-Wish Nebraska.
At school, Brett was a member of Future Business Leaders of America and was vice president of the Computer and Gaming Club. He also participated in Students Against Destructive Decisions.
His honors include the Elkhorn South Presidential Award, and the NFL Sacks for Cystic Fibrosis scholarship from the BEF.
Brett is attending the University of Nebraska at Omaha and majoring in business administration.
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Rachel Pettid Rachel Pettid is the daughter of Michael Pettid of Prudential Omaha real estate. She is a 2013 graduate of Millard North High School. Rachel was a Mustang Mentor and served on her junior class board. She was coordinator of Unlimited Possibilities, which planned homecoming and prom events for students with special needs. She […]