In September 2020, I-70 Wrecker Service & Garage celebrated 20 years in business. “I don’t know where (the years) went,” said Karey Crone, owner of the business. Things certainly have changed – sort of.
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Her life growing up in Merrillville, Ind. had significant influence on Stephanie Litz. The influence was not the location necessarily, but the circumstances. Stephanie’s life was punctuated with almost annual surgeries to repair an orofacial cleft.
It’s not unusual to hear someone bemoan online forums and how they can be a blackhole, sucking time and energy out of your day. However, occasionally something good can come out of collaborating online with others. A seed planted in an online forum has changed the way Lindsey Smalling and The Smalling Group of the F.C. Tucker Real Estate Company work and perform.
Entrepreneurs are known for their desire to do things their own way. For some, it is control. For others, like Steve Buchanan, it is because he feels he has found a better way to do something. It did not happen overnight, but then, that is another hallmark of small business owners.
Craft-E-Family started out as a hobby for Joyce Ebert. She was a prolific painter and her husband, Lloyd, was interested in carpentry. After retiring, they combined their skills into creating handmade perpetual calendars, which Joyce sold at local craft shows.
Before he finished his studies at Eminence High School, Hudson got a job at the gas station/country store pumping gas and manning the hardware department. He had dreams of one day owning his own business. He says he knew college wasn’t for him. In fact, he was eager to get out of school and get to life
Six months ago, David Maurer stepped into the role of Executive Director at Churches in Mission and it has been a nonstop flurry of activity for him ever since.
Bob Jensen wanted to teach, and Dave Jensen thought he’d be an engineer. It sort of worked out that way.
Even though it is a gray, foggy, cool day in March, Ron Overton is looking out the window at The Links of Heartland Crossing surveying the 200-acre golf course and smiling. He’s in the lounge, appropriately called the Sand Trap, relaxed and ready to talk about his...
Frazee Family Dentistry is stepping into a new level for their business as they move into a new office and building of their design. That kind of leap is not new for dentist, Dennis Frazee.