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Monday, December 09, 2013 12:01 am
•Georgetown North Dental Group welcomes Joseph A. Miller, DDS, MBA. The practice is accepting new patients and is bilingual.•Do it Best Corp. has hired Kim Roth as switchboard operator and Kelly Stezowski as human resource administrator. Debbie Biggs has been promoted to promotional order clerk along with Jeremiah Blaugh as store design production and implementation supervisor.

CANI (Community Action of Northeast Indiana) has added Tiffaney Dowell in head start, Ashlee Fiandaca and Brody Young in community services.

City of Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry recently participated in the Mayors Institute hosted by the Indiana Association of Cities and Towns (IACT) and the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs in Indianapolis.

•Ivy Tech Community College Northeast has hired Emily Knickrehm as assistant director of admissions.

Hopebridge Pediatric Specialists' newest staff member is Kendra Tyler, SLP-CCC speech language pathologist. She is a Fort Wayne native and received her undergraduate and graduate degrees in speech pathology and audiology from Ball State University.

•Signature Mac employees Justin Brant and Kevin Thomas have earned their AppleCare certification for Macintosh from Apple. Both are technicians with the company. Both have successfully completed Apple's Macintosh service certification exam and the Mac OS troubleshooting exam.

Gafken Chiropractic Centre, Auburn, announces that Lucas D. Gafken, D.C., has earned his board certification in chiropractic neurology. He becomes one of only two board certified chiropractic neurologists in the Fort Wayne area. He received his doctor of chiropractic degree from Life University in Atlanta, Ga. For an appointment, call 260-925-5101.


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