After 18 years of dedicated service, Bruce Mills of Rifle has stepped down from the Grand River Hospital District board of directors.Mills was appointed to the board in September 1992. In 1996 he became secretary/treasurer of the board, in 1998 he was elected vice president, and from 1999-2009 he served as president.Mills saw many changes and improvements to Grand River during his time on the board. He was involved in the building of Grand River Hospital and Medical Center on Airport Road in 2003 and the opening of its new addition in 2009, as well as the start of many other services. Grand River Hospital District thanks Bruce Mills for his 18 years of service.
Western Slope Aggregates and The Stewart Cos. have agreed to both a joint venture and an acquisition of Casey Concrete that will create a locally owned and operated partnership in Carbondale. The new companies will be called Western Slope Materials and Western Slope Concrete (dba Casey Concrete). This is an exciting combination of three long-standing businesses with well-deserved reputations, strong management, talented staffs and continued dedication to the communities they serve, a press release issued Monday said.The release also said that the companies are fully committed to working closely with clients to make the integration process as smooth as possible assuring our customers will continue to receive the same high quality of service they have come to expect. Your existing sales, services and support contacts remain virtually unchanged, and you can rest assured that we will continue to work hard to earn your business. “We’d also like to take this opportunity to welcome the addition of Chad F. Griller as director of sales and business development. Chad brings over 13 years of commercial and residential construction market experience to the organization with a strong and diverse background in program/project management, health & safety, human resources, quality control and construction risk management. Griller’s community service groups include the Mt. Sopris Rotary Club and the Mountain to Mesa Home Builder’s Association,” the press release said.
New Castle Family Fitness is proud to announce the graduation of our very own Lynsey Pulliam.Lynsey began school at the University of Colorado studying health and exercise science with a concentration in health promotion. She took a short break to grow her family and work for the town of New Castle as the assistant recreation director. Lynsey continued her education at Mesa State College and changed her concentration to sports management and graduated with a bachelor’s in kinesiology with a concentration in sports management. She is also a certified personal trainer through the National Federation of Professional Trainers. To contact Lynsey for any fitness advise or schedule an appointment call New Castle Family Fitness today, 984-3200.
Brenda Maddalone is now working at Shear Intensity Salon in Rifle.Maddalone has 24 years experience in all hair services including highlighting and color, perms, roller sets, and the latest cuts. I also do manicures, pedicures, and facial waxing in the Rifle Salon. 450 West Ave. Call 625-3422 for an appointment. She also works in New Castle, at Creekside Salon, 386 W. Main St. doing all services and body waxing. I work at this salon twice monthly. Call the salon at 984-3625 for my contact number.I look forward to meeting new people and to continue serving my loyal clients in New Castle and Rifle.
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