DEMBOSZ: 30 YEARS WITH BANK
Rose Dembosz is celebrating 30 years of service to Plumas Bank. She was their first employee, joining the bank’s charter organizational team in October, 1980 as the operations officer. Her career has taken her from assistant vice president senior operations officer in 1988 to executive vice president, manager of the bank operations group in 2007. She currently oversees several departments including operations, information technology, human resources, and the customer resource center.
Pet Art Benefits Animal Rescue
Following the style of her unique PoesyArt, Linda Gorman of Gold Mountain is venturing into custom Pet Art with a portion of proceeds going to the High Sierra Animal
Rescue in Portola. Her art designs are derived from original photographs that are enhanced and processed for printing on artist's canvas, gallery wrapped on stretcher bars, and ready to hang. Interested pet owners can upload their pet photographs at Linda's website, LLGorman.com, and commission the work.
Chamber mixer, open house
You are invited to help Physical Therapist Kory Felker celebrate his fifth anniversary as owner of Plumas Physical Therapy. To mark the occasion, he is hosting a Quincy Chamber mixer Tuesday, Oct. 19, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at his practice in the medical complex behind the Plumas Pines Shopping Center in Quincy. Beer, wine, sodas and appetizers will be served. Kory, along with a well-trained staff, provide a full range (no pun intended) of services that include convenient early morning and evening appointments so you can get back on the road to recovery.
After taking some time off for health reasons, John T. Bergstrand, D.C. has reopened his chiropractic in a new location at 573 Jackson St. in Quincy across from Ada’s Place. John offices were on Central Avenue, but said his new location is more relaxing and offers his patients more privacy.
With regret, Plumas District Hospital announced the early departure of Dr. Charles Eck, who was slated to work at the hospital for nine months. Unfortunately, shortly after he began seeing patients at Quincy Family Medicine, Dr. Eck learned of a personal medical issue to which he must attend immediately. No word on a replacement has been made yet.
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