Therapy practice announces hire
Sonya King has joined the staff at Integrated Physical Therapy.
King received her undergraduate degree in biology and chemistry from the University of Delaware and completed her doctorate degree in physical therapy at Samuel Merritt University in Oakland, Calif.
She has experience in pediatric aquatic therapy, adaptive sports and inpatient and outpatient physical therapy. Outside of physical therapy, she enjoys telemark skiing, white-water kayaking, running, mountaineering and rock climbing.
King currently works at Integrated Physical Therapys Three Springs location and is accepting new patients.
For more information, call 385-0644.
Alpine Lumber announces changes
Bill Bader announces his retirement from the lumber business after nearly 32 years.
Bader began his career with Red Barn Lumber on U.S. Highway 160 west in 1979. After that, he worked for A.C. Houston Lumber. He will finish his career at Alpine Lumber.
Eric Marr will replace Bader at Alpine Lumber.
Marr will be the manager at Alpine Lumber beginning Monday. He has been with the company for five years, most recently as the manager of the Granby location. Before that, he spent 13 years in the construction business, seven of which was as co-owner of Marr and Sons General Builders.
Lou Ulrich has been promoted to assistant manager. After studying for his degree in California and working for A.C. Houston Lumber Company in Sacramento, Ulrich and his family moved to Durango in 2001, when he was transferred within A.C. Houston. He worked as a yard foreman and later as operations manager.
For more information, call 385-1855.
Ore House Restaurant closes for remodel
The Ore House Restaurant, 147 E. College Drive, will be closing today until further notice for an extensive kitchen remodel.
Financial firm changes name
Brown Wheeldon Tafoya and Barrett PC announces that it has changed its name to Tafoya Barrett and Associates PC.
The name change reflects the actual ownership of the firm for the last six years and acknowledges completion of the transition of ownership from Bill Brown and Steve Wheeldon to Brad Tafoya and Pat Barrett.
With more than 50 years of continued operation in Durango, the firm will continue to provide tax and financial planning solutions for its small business and individual clients.
For more information, call 259-8000.