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Business Scene for the week of 3/17/2010

 

chiropractor adds greenville

            Dr. Bruce Walker has announced that in addition to seeing patients in his long-established Quincy practice, he is now taking his 27 years of experience to Indian Valley, seeing patients on Tuesdays at the Greenville Medical Clinic on Hot Springs Road. Call the clinic or his office in Quincy to make an appointment. 

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Business Scene for the week of 3/10/2010

Breaux now an enrolled agent
    Longtime Quincy resident and business owner John Breaux, EA just passed an extensive 8-hour 3-part exam to earn certification as an enrolled agent. John recently became affiliated with Ken Barnard and Associates about the same time they purchased John DeSelle’s accounting practice. As an enrolled agent, John now has the IRS designation of a tax expert with all the IRS’s privileges. As a member of the California Association of Enrolled Agents, John says he will have to complete 30 hours of continuing education courses every year.

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Business Scene for the week of 3/3/2010

Equipment failure forces closure
    Gary Cerpovicz was caught completely off guard Tuesday morning when he went in to begin the food prep at his Quincy restaurant, Sweet Lorraine’s. He quickly discovered, much to his dismay, he lost a refrigeration unit and all of its contents, forcing him to close while he waits for a replacement. Gary said he hopes to be back in business sometime this week. Meanwhile, he apologizes for the inconvenience to his customers and to Bea and his staff, whom, he said, have been “just great and very understanding” through this whole unfortunate and untimely ordeal.  

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Business Scene for the week of 2/24/2010

Garner offers reverse mortgages
Security One Lending, a privately held retail mortgage banker headquartered in San Diego, announced the addition of Peggy Garner as a reverse mortgage consultant serving Plumas, Sierra, Lassen and Nevada counties. Peggy specializes in reverse mortgage loans for seniors over 62. She has over 30 years of residential and commercial real estate experience and has been a noted Plumas County community leader and local businesswoman since arriving in 1995. Last June, Security One Lending acquired Omni Reverse, a major leader in the reverse mortgage business since 2002. Peggy, who said she is glad to be back working in Plumas County, can be reached at (800) 367-7310 for a free, in-home consultation to determine if a reverse mortgage is right for you.

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Business Scene for the week of 2/17/2010

BANK EMPLOYEE HONORED

Congratulations to Plumas Bank's Lace Van Devender for receiving the 2009 Top Dual Role Representative from BAR Financial and Financial Network, one of the largest independently-managed broker/dealers in the United States. Through BAR, the bank offers comprehensive financial planning and investment services. Plumas Bank President Doug Biddle commented, "Lace has embraced the knowledge BAR Financial offers to best serve our clients as their dedicated financial services professional. The service, support and care that she provides our clients have not gone unnoticed and we applaud her for this achievement."

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