We want to introduce you to a fun guy! Vincent Matthews is our patient of the month. He always has a smile on his face when he comes, especially since we got rid of the clown. Being a shift manager at one of the branches of Joann Fabric and Crafts feeds his creative senses. He… Read more about Vincent Matthews
Spotlighting Georgeanne Nash We would like you to meet our friend, Georgeanne, who manages a farm where they breed, raise, and show American Saddlebred horses. These high stepping horses are impressive to watch in shows. Of course, Georgeanne loves everything horses. In August, she won a World Championship title driving a Hackney pony named Filbert.… Read more about Georgeanne Nash
We would like you to meet a favorite second generation patient of ours. Elizabeth Perusse came to us first as a tiny person, about ten years old. She has had a lot of growing up to do since that time. As a Human Resources Business Partner of Roche Genentech, she is quite busy. Even though… Read more about Elizabeth Perusse
“We’re all ignorant, only on different subjects.” Will Rogers We have had the great pleasure of knowing Ed for about 30 years. He says he is proud to say that he “has all his teeth.” On his honeymoon, Ed and his bride hitchhiked through Europe from Istanbul to the Arctic Circle in Norway. Of course,… Read more about Patient of the Month Ed Churney, July 2018
“It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who errs and comes… Read more about Jim McAndrews-Patient of the Month June 2018
May Patient of the Month–Bob the Minion We were fortunate this month to be visited by this guy. Seems he had a banana peel stuck between his first and second molar on the right side. When he flossed, (and, yes, he flosses at least once a day just like Stacey said), he couldn’t get it… Read more about Minion Bob is May Patient of the Month of 2018!
Shortly after birth, Kevin was given six months to live by his doctors. After a year, they said that he would never walk. When he could run they said that he wouldn’t make it past third grade. When Kevin graduated from college, he reminded his Mom of those doctors. We are glad they made those… Read more about Say Hello to Kevin Sasser
Jeff works at Johnson Controls as a project manager in charge of the installation of Security and Fire systems. Some of the interesting jobs, Jeff has done involves the security at hospitals that prevents the stealing of newborn babies by locking down the floor when protocol is not met. Another interesting job Jeff had prior… Read more about March 2018- Jeff Ford