About Legacy

Legacy Preservation helps successful people capture the essential legacy of their family or business. Founded in 2006 by David Harding, Jim Fogarty and Robert Mundy, Legacy handles all phases of private publishing, from conception to research, interviewing, writing, design and printing. Legacy has helped more than 100 clients preserve their unique story in book and digital formats.


Robert Mundy
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As a business, estate and insurance planner, Bob Mundy has been having conversations with clients about their hopes, More »

David Harding
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David Harding’s career path has been nearly as wide as it is long. Construction worker, waiter, radio announcer, More »

James Fogarty
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James D. Fogarty is a founding member of Legacy Preservation. He also owns Fogarty Creative Group, a communications More »

John Dechant
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John Dechant always liked writing. It wasn’t until he found Legacy Preservation that he realized he wanted to More »

Senior Writers

Eileen Wirth
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Dr. Eileen Wirth is a professor emeritus of journalism at Creighton University and a senior writer for Legacy More »

Robert Nelson
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Robert Nelson has felt the heartache of discovering one’s family story has been lost to history. While researching More »

Jonathan Rand
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Jonathan Rand brings to Legacy Preservation years of experience as a professional journalist and author. Rand’s newspaper career More »

Tim Buckley
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A 30-year freelance journalist, Tim Buckley has worked as a newspaper reporter, feature writer, radio documentary producer, advertising More »

Charles Kelly
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Charles Kelly’s love of stories began early. He grew up on a farm in southeastern Nebraska and attended More »

A few of our clients

  • John P. Nelson
  • Mike and Gail Yanney
  • Van Wyk Trucking
  • Richard Holland
  • The Robert Gottsch family
  • Ken Morrison
  • Walter and Suzanne Scott
  • The Douglas Theatre Company
  • Sue Oakes
  • Tom Fay and Joan Squires
  • Helen Murphy
  • St. Michael's Church, La Crosse, KS
  • Sacred Heart Church, Omaha, NE
  • The Larry S. Rybka family
  • The Landen family
  • Lisa Yanney Roskens
  • The Dinsdale family
  • Harold W. Andersen
  • and many more...

Located at the historic Joslyn Castle

Situated a block north of Dodge Street in midtown, the Joslyn Castle is an Omaha landmark. In 1903, George and Sarah Joslyn commissioned architect John McDonald to design this Scottish baronial castle on what was then Omaha’s western outskirts. After the deaths of George and Sarah, the castle for four decades served as the home office of Omaha Public Schools. After 20 years of ownership by the State of Nebraska, the Joslyn Castle Trust in 2010 purchased the castle and grounds from the state. Today it is on the National Register of Historic Places and serves as a venue for public meetings, receptions and special events. Legacy Preservation moved its home offices into the property’s carriage house in 2010, occupying the building’s ground floor.