Left to right: Lyndsey Stough, Designer and Intern Architect at Stough & Stough Architects; Mary Ann Gawelek, Lourdes University President; Lourdes student Malik Thurman, a member of the Men’s Basketball Gray Wolves team; Lourdes University mascot Gubi; Lourdes student Lauren Norman, a member of the Women’s Volleyball Gray Wolves team; Craig Stough, Principal Owner and Lead Architect at Stough and Stough Architects; and Kurt Miller, President of Miller Diversified, Inc.
Location: 1757 Indian Wood Circle, Maumee, OH 43537
After working with Team Recovery, and witnessing how badly Ohio has been affected by the opiate crisis, Matt Bell decided a collaborative solution was necessary. Midwest Recovery Center is a 22 bed detox and 38 bed inpatient/outpatient substance abuse and mental health treatment facility. The center helps men and women suffering from substance-use disorders achieve long-term recovery from substance abuse and maintain a healthy lifestyle.
“It feels really, really good to be back downtown,” says Steve Hanson of Hanson Inc.
Hanson founded the company in Toledo over 25 years ago, initially specializing in video production but quickly growing into a full-service digital agency.
Last week, a number of our members were recognized by state and global enterprises for their innovation and success.
Advisors Craig Findley and Ken Wise recognized that to provide the advice and guidance that clients need to achieve financial success, the old ways of doing business would no longer work. That’s why in 2003, they created Findley Wise Wealth Management. Their mission was clear—to build a practice based on three distinct principles—innovative thinking, specialized expertise and superior customer service. Today, through trusted relationships with high net worth individuals, large corporate institutions and small- and mid-sized businesses, the Findley Wise vision is being recognized nationwide.
Owners: Phil Myers and Chris Aldrich
Location: 27100 Oakmead Dr. #216, Perrysburg, OH 43551
Have you seen the iconic Independence Day photograph with fireworks bursting over the Maumee River on social media? Or maybe the birds-eye view of the Glass City Marathon or the Insta Famous "Spot" in Oak Openings? Meet Phil Myers and Chris Aldrich, the two entrepreneurs that co-own Toledo Aerial Media, a global aerial media company headquartered in Toledo that provides professional unmanned aircraft system-powered (drone) solutions to a diverse range of clients and industries.
By: Ken Finley, Sr. Rate Analyst, V+A Risk Services
Have you been keeping track of your Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) premiums during these last couple of months? I have helped many employers get a handle on the moving parts that make up their BWC premiums. Remember, for this article, we are always talking about the State’s fiscal year that begins July 1. Here’s a brief summary of what is happening (much of it good)!
Last Thursday, we had the pleasure of hosting 730 of our members at Hollywood Casino Toledo for our annual Clambake, presented by PNC. The weather was beautiful and we had a great time celebrating summer with all of you. We'd like to extend our appreciation to PNC Bank for their ongoing support of this event and the hard work of the staff at Hollywood Casino Toledo for another great event!
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VALHALLA, N.Y., June 27, 2017 – USI Insurance Services (“USI”) has entered into an agreement with Wells Fargo & Company (“Wells Fargo”) (NYSC:WFC), to purchase Wells Fargo Insurance Services USA (WFIS), which includes its Insurance Brokerage and Consulting, Employee Benefits and Property & Casualty national practices, along with Safehold Special Risk, Small Business Insurance, Student Insurance, Individual Health and Private Risk Management Insurance business lines. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. The transaction is expected to close fourth quarter 2017, subject to, among other customary conditions, expiration or termination of the waiting period (and any extension thereof) under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvement Act of 1976, as amended.
By: Emily Dammeyer, Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce
Coyle Funeral Home has been providing healing funeral services to the Toledo Region for nearly 130 years. The family owned funeral home has been owned and operated by five generations of Coyle’s. Most recent to carry on the family legacy is Megan Coyle-Stamos, who bought the business in 2012.