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Well, Becky has headed off for RAGBRAI again this year. She and Toni left at noon today to make their way to the east side of Iowa. With all the things revolving around the start of Berger Audiology, she hasn’t gotten nearly as much training in as usual, so we’re hoping she makes it. She’s pretty stubborn, so she’ll probably have to be pulled off the bike before she gives up.
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Well, Becky has decided on a logo for Berger Audiology LLC. The first mock up is to the right. (I know it’s kind of small, but hopefully you can click on it and blow it up larger.) She’s in the process of getting signage for the new location. Lots to learn and lots of details involved with setting up a new business. That along with training for her regular RAGBRAI excursion. Let me know what you think about the logo. We’re pretty pleased about it as a starting point.
A lot of you know that my wife, Dr. Rebecca Berger (Becky), has been an audiologist working at The Hearing Clinic, under Otorhinolaryngology, Inc. for over 25 years. (Both of those entities are now under Allied Physicians of Michiana, also known as APOM.) This Spring she decided to go out on her own and is starting Berger Audiology, LLC. She had always hoped to convince The Hearing Clinic to expand the services in Plymouth, but they never saw the potential that she did. The parting was as amicable as those things can be. Becky is in the process of finding a location for her new practice, purchasing equipment, developing a logo, developing a website and all the other fun things that go along with starting a new business.
If you want a status update, feel free to contact me here (574) 842-3341. Julie will know most of what’s happening, but feel free to ask for Kevin and I will give you the latest scoop!
My grandfather, William K. (Bill) Murphy, turned 101 yesterday. Unfortunately he’s out at Miller’s Merry Manor, but he is doing pretty well for his age. Better than a lot of younger residents there! In any case, if you would like to wish him a Happy Birthday, he enjoys the company and has more than a few stories to tell.
The selfie to the right is grandpa with his great granddaughter and my niece, Kyanne. (Not being a selfie person, can anyone tell me why selfies reverse the picture???) Kyanne came up from Bloomington to join the party. We had cake and ice cream. The cake was big enough to share with the rest of the residents.
Hopefully I will luck out with a few of his good genes and more than a few of his good traits! He’s always been a gentleman and someone of which I’m proud.
We had a retirement party for Will & Kathy Pearson on Saturday night. Kathy was with Easterday Construction for over 38 years and Will was here somewhere around 25 years. As discussed in a previous post here, they will be missed.
Almost everyone in the crew was able to come out for the party. We shared a lot of memories and everyone had a good time.