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Mayor Fahey Proclaims Feb. 3 'NP Dodge Day'

02/03/05 by NP Dodge Real Estate

Mayor Mike Fahey proclaimed Feb. 3 "NP Dodge Day" at a press conference today, in recognition of NP Dodge Company's 150-year history of doing business in the community.

Sandy Dodge, president/chairman of the board, said the company is honored to be one of the city's eldest companies. "NP Dodge made its first sale in this area in 1855, and the NP Dodge Company is proud to be doing business in Omaha and Council Bluffs 150 years later," he said. "We sincerely thank Mayor Fahey for recognizing the NP Dodge legacy in such a meaningful way."

As a gesture of appreciation to the many families the company has served over the years, Dodge presented four area nonprofit organizations with life-saving defibrillators. The organizations are Lauritzen Gardens, Omaha Children's Museum, Holland...

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NP Dodge Company Celebrates 150 Years

02/03/05 by NP Dodge Real Estate

The NP Dodge Company, as well as the NP Dodge family, has deep roots in this community. Shortly after Grenville Dodge made the first land purchase by the Dodge family in 1855, brothers Nathan and Grenville opened The Dodge Land Office in Council Bluffs. Grenville went on to serve as a general during the Civil War and then as chief construction engineer for the building of Union Pacific Railroad. N.P. stayed in the land business and built the foundation for one of America's oldest real estate companies, NP Dodge.

Since then, the NP Dodge Company has never gone without a Nathan Phillips Dodge at the helm, making it the nation's only real estate company to be led by the same family since its inception.

Five generations have guided the NP Dodge Company to what it is today. No longer...

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