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Daniele Carol
Photography Celebrates
MARQUETTE- The Lake Superior Community Partnership (LSCP) recently held a ribbon cutting ceremo- ny with Daniele Carol, Co. to cele- brate one year at their studio in down- town Marquette. Owner and lead photographer, Daniele Carol, started 14 years ago and she and her team have a wide range of skills that covers newborn photography, to professional business portraits for large corpora- tions.
Daniele believes the gift of photogra- phy is a beautiful thing and their goal is capture history as it happens, and fill the walls of their client’s homes with beautiful portraits that will last a lifetime.
Daniele Carol, Co. is located at 617 N. Third Street in Marquette, MI. Contact Daniele at 906-228-9636 or visit their website at http://www.dani- elecarol.com/ for more information. ----------------------------
Marquette County Medical Care Facility Breaks Ground on Rehab Wing
ISHPEMING - The Lake Superior Community Partnership (LSCP) recently teamed up with the Marquette County Medical Care Facility (MCMCF) for a ground- breaking ceremony to celebrate the construction of its new Rehab Wing. They are excited to expand their oper- ations to better serve the needs of their current and future residents. MCMCF is a skilled nursing facility that services residents of all ages and is equipped to handle a wide variety of medical needs. MCMCF is also able to provide special services to those in need of physical, occupational, and speech therapy. The facility’s goal is to create a home-like atmosphere and provide the best care for its residents.
The Marquette County Medical Care Facility is located at 200 Saginaw St in Ishpeming. To learn more about the facility and services offered, visit www.mqtcmcf.org or call (906) 485- 1061.
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RE/MAx Office in
Iron Mountain
A ribbon-cutting ceremony marked the opening of the newest RE/MAX North Country real estate office at W8640 Collins Road in the cabin next to Kleiman Pump and Well Drilling at U.S. 2 and M-95. RE/MAX North Country now has
three locations — Crystal Falls, Iron River and Iron Mountain. Attending the event were RE/Max agents and ambassadors from the Dickinson Area Chamber Alliance — from left, in front are Tamara Juul; Greta Michaud; Liz Kohler; Danielle Dove, broker/owner; Mick Leonard, agent; Piper the puppy; Suzanne Anderson, Teresa Schettler; Patti Schneider and Lynda Zanon; in back are Teddy Izzo; Joe Testolin; Ken West, agent; Melanie Sienkiewicz, agent; Pamela Uren-Richter, agent; and Trisha Peterson. Dove opened her first RE/MAX office in Crystal Falls in 2014.
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Wahoviak Joins
Pro Health Care
Waukesha, Wis. –Michael Wahoviak, a 2008 Kingsford High School graduate, has joined the Pro Health Care system in Waukesha as a manager of strategy and outcomes.
Wahoviak will assist with the devel- opment of Pro Health Medical Group’s strategic plan.
He will help evaluate opportunities for service growth and development and monitor and trend the medical group’s key metrics in order to guide decisions. In addition, he will support the medical group’s physician leaders as they work on strategic initiatives.
He also will help put in place plans for quality, performance improve- ment, patient and consumer experi- ence, growth, provider recruitment and provider engagement.
Before this appointment, Wahoviak was a project manager at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, where he implemented several innovative tech- nology projects seeking to improve quality and patient experience.
He also spent three years as a strategy and operations project manager for Aurora Health Care. He has a master’s degree in health administration and has Project Management Professional certification.
Wahoviak lives in West Allis, Wis. with his wife Jessica. He is the son of John and Kathy Wahoviak of Kingsford.
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Maxson Joins Sales Team At Stephens
Real Estate
IRON MOUNTAIN - Stephens Real Estate of Iron Mountain has announced the addition of Jessica Maxson to its full-time sales team.
A lifelong resident of the area, Maxson graduated from Bellin College of Nursing in 2004 and had a career as a licensed registered nurse.
“Despite being new to the real estate profession, what I lack in experience I make up for in enthusiasm and dedi- cation,” Maxson said of being part of Stephens Real Estate.
Maddy Tousignant and Sally Blom, brokers and co-owners of Stephens Real Estate, said they
look forward to Maxson working with new clients.
“We know that you will be excited once you meet her, they said. Her professionalism and bubbly personali- ty are unmatched. We are very fortu- nate to have Jessica join our team because she will add to our philoso- phy of customer service and satisfac- tion.“
Maxson is a member of the Upper Peninsula Association of Realtors, the Michigan Association of Realtors, and the National Association of Realtors.
In her spare time, Maxson volunteers throughout the community and is a beekeeper. She resides in Aurora, Wis., with her husband, Ben, and their five children, whom she home- schools.
Established in 1979, Stephens Real Estate provides residential and com- mercial real estate services throughout central and western Upper Michigan as well as northeastern Wisconsin.
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Photo Images By Carl
ATLANTA, Ga. — Carl Caylor of Photo Images by Carl in Iron Mountain has been named to receive an Elite Plus membership from Professional Photographers of America.
Caylor is one of few to earn the Elite Plus membership — another mile- stone in an illustrious career behind the camera.
“We are encouraging photographers to be more and grow sustainable busi- nesses,” said Kristen Hartman, direc- tor of member value and experience for PPA. “Mr. Caylor continues to raise the bar in our industry and has certainly earned his place among the elite.”
Caylor qualified for Elite Plus mem- bership through continued education, image competition and a continued quest for excellence.


































































































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