New leasing and rental manager hired
Southeastern Equipment Company announces that Jason Miller has joined the company as leasing and rental manager. In his new position, Miller is responsible for expanding rental and leasing sales across all of the company's locations.
"We are pleased that Jason has joined the company," says Charlie Patterson, president of Southeastern Equipment. "He will be traveling with our sales representatives throughout our territory to provide leasing and rental quotes to customers right on the spot."
Miller has nearly 10 years of experience in the heavy equipment industry, with more than half of that time focused in the rental area. He earned his degree in business administration from the University of Mount Union.
Designers attend Worthington show
Designers Pam Holschuh, ASID and Robyn Spataro of Copper Leaf Interiors attended a recent educational show for the latest in Hunter Douglas window shades and treatments in Worthington, Ohio.
As a Priority dealer with Hunter Douglas Products, Copper Leaf Interiors was able to enhance their knowledge of the latest technology and advancements in providing energy savings and function to the shading treatments that are available on the market today. They were also educated on the tax rebates that are available to customers.
Copper Leaf Interiors is a residential and commercial design firm specializing in all aspects of interior design, including offering the latest in window treatment products and installation services.
OSBF announces new Marietta fellow
COLUMBUS - Ohio State Bar Foundation (OSBF) President Keith A. Ashmus announces that one attorney from Marietta has become a fellow of the foundation.
The 2011 OSBF Marietta fellow is Thomas P. Taggart who is currently retired from the practice of law. Before retiring Taggart worked for the Athens Child Support Enforcement Agency, the 4th District Court of Appeals and ran his own private practice. Currently he is part-owner of Seven Ranges Radio Company and immediate past chair of the OSBA Family Law Committee.
Physical therapy business relocates
McCONNELSVILLE - First Settlement Physical Therapy, the area's only orthopedic rehab specialists, announces its relocation to 61 E Main St. in McConnellsville.
After a year of serving the McConnellsville community, the former location could no longer support the patient growth and the demand for the quality services. "The new location is so nice as well as being 50 percent percent bigger. This allows for us to have a much larger waiting room and exercise floor," said Mena Bailey, office manager.
"Bigger and better are the words that come to mind when I think of the new location," said Aaron Hupp, program coordinator and physical therapist assistant. "We get to provide the same great service that the area expects from us in a much larger area with new state of the art equipment and exercises."
The larger waiting room improves comfort while maintaining the welcoming atmosphere. The location also has additional patient rooms, new exercise equipment and a larger exercise floor to better handle the needs of the community.