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Lehto Earns Premier Advisor Distinction ESCANABA — Wells Fargo
Advisors has given Tim Lehto, senior financial advisor, first vice president – investments, the distinction of Premier Advisor.
The Premier Advisor distinction is held by a select group of financial advisors within Wells Fargo advisors as measured by three or more of the fol- lowing: length of service with the firm, completion of educational com- ponents, business production and pro- fessionalism.
“It’s an honor to again receive this distinction” said Lehto. “I am proud to have been given the opportunity to work with my clients and I am com- mitted to helping them reach their financial goals.”
Lehto has been with Wells Fargo advi- sors for 16 years and has 17 years of experience in the financial services industry. He and his wife reside in Escanaba with their four children.
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Dooley Named Interim CEO for UPHS
MARQUETTE — UP Health System announces Jerry Dooley will join its team as interim CEO for UPHS-Marquette on June 19.
A veteran healthcare leader, Dooley has been a part of the Duke LifePoint and LifePoint Health teams for more than a decade, serving as interim CEO for hospitals across the nation that are experiencing a leadership transition. He was chosen as UPHS-Marquette’s interim leader for his commitment to high-quality care and depth of opera- tional experience.
Before joining Duke LifePoint and LifePoint as an interim executive, Dooley served as CEO at hospitals including Monroe Hospital in Bloomington, Ind., Terre Haute Regional Hospital in Terre Haute, Ind., Sarah Bush Lincoln Health cen- ter in Matoon, Ill., and Vermillion County Hospital in Clinton, Ind. He holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from Indiana State University in Terre Haute and a master’s degree in hospi- tal administration from the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis.
Dooley will remain with the hospital until a replacement for former CEO
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Medical Care Facility Celebrates Opening of New Rehabilitation Wing
ISHPEMING - Marquette County Medical Care Facility (MCMCF) has opened their new 12 bed state-of-the- art physical rehabilitation wing.
They also held an open house to showcase the rest of the redecorated facility. Two 15 bed Alzheimer’s care neighborhoods and private and semi- private rooms for 98 residents requir- ing long-term skilled nursing and medical care complement the new short-term private rehabilitation rooms.
MCMCF is located at 200 Saginaw Street in Ishpeming. For more infor- mation you can visit their website www.mqtmcf.org or call (906) 485- 1061.
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Gas Lite General Store
The Gas Lite General Store has been a favorite part of Copper Harbor for decades. The store is now under new ownership, but the new owner, Stacy Gibson, has been a part of the Gas Lite family for years. She is interested in maintaining the traditions and practices that make the Gaslight so popular but also has a couple of new ideas, including opening a mini golf course nearby.
“The store’s been open since the ’60s, but I purchased it in February and I had worked here for 14 years prior to that. In 2011, I opened an 18-hole miniature golf course on the other end of town,” said Gibson. ” ... There used to be one many years ago, a little nine-hole golf course. Some of the props that I have are from that origi- nal course. I’ve heard people talk about it from when they were kids playing there and had great memories of it and I thought it would be a great addition to the town to resurrect the mini golf. It’s been very well received.” Offering something for everyone, the mini golf course has an adjacent gar- den and lounge where even those who aren’t interested in golf can catch a few minutes of peace and quiet or wait for their friends and family to finish a hole.
Into the Woods Mini Golf and
Gardens is located at 1028 Gratiot Street in Copper Harbor. For more information, find them on Facebook or call (906) 289-4370 between noon and 8 p.m. Monday through Sunday.
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Local Candy Shop Wins National Award
HARTFORD, CT – June 6, 2019 – Retail Confectioners International (RCI) is pleased to announce Sayklly’s in Escanaba, Michigan was awarded for their presentation at the 2019 Candy Clinic which took place during RCI’s Annual Convention and Industry Expo in Hartford, Connecticut on June 4, 2019.
More than 400 confectioners and industry suppliers attended the con- vention week, which include the Industry Expo, confectionery educa- tion, Candy Clinic and tours of local candy maker facilities. Candy Clinic is an opportunity for RCI members to share new product innovations as well as retail and merchandising ideas with fellow candy manufacturers and sup- plier members. Top honors are award- ed to the confectioners with the best idea in a variety of categories.
Sayklly’s won the Candy Clinic Award.
“Each year RCI members look for- ward to Candy Clinic for new ideas,” says Angie Burlison, RCI Executive Director. “Innovation, creative think- ing and marketing are hallmarks of successful confectionery businesses across the country and we enjoy being an avenue for idea sharing.”
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Embers Credit Union Expands
MARQUETTE - A new brand name and renewed mission to serve the financial needs of everyone in the community is creating enormous pos- itive energy for Embers Credit Union. The 50-person team at Embers has been serving the Marquette communi- ty for more than 65 years, most recently as Upper Peninsula Catholic Credit Union. The credit union unveiled its new name last December.
The excitement contines to build as Embers announces the addition of Upper Michigan Community Credit Union (UMCCA) to the Ember’s Family. UMCCU’s Munising and Trenary locations will join three Embers branches in Marquette and Negaunee. Embers is ow serving the community and their members with a fresh new approach to banking at five locations.
For more information about Embers Credit Union, visit www.embers.org or call 906-228-7080.
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