Business Notes: Dec. 8

Dec. 8, 2009

Glendale store sells winning lottery ticket

A Milwaukee woman's luck will net a Glendale convenience store some cash.

Nikki Amborn of Milwaukee won $350,000 in the Wisconsin Lottery's SuperCash! lotto game Nov. 19.

For selling the winning ticket, Speedway, 6170 N. Green Bay Ave., Glendale, earns $7,000 from the lottery.

Olive oil store opens in Bay

Whitefish Bay - Oro di Oliva opened its store Nov. 27 at 338 E. Silver Spring Drive. The store sells extra virgin olive oil, vinegar and accessories.

Oro di Oliva also has a store located in Wauwatosa.

North Shore companies join remodeling council

The Milwaukee Chapter of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry announced that several North Shore companies have been accepted for membership. New members include American Renewable Power, Brown Deer; Iron Fireman Milwaukee Division of American Indoor Environments, Glendale; James H. Hoffman Builders, K Komfort Heating & Cooling, and Magnolia Home Renovations, all of Mequon.

As NARI members, companies are dedicated to improving the quality and value of the homeowner's investment. NARI members are carefully screened and must observe the highest standards of honesty, integrity and responsibility. Contractor members provide professional service and maintain high standards.

Concordia pharmacy chair appointed to task force

The International Joint Commission has appointed John Dellinger from Concordia University Wisconsin's School of Pharmacy as the U.S. Section co-chair for the Health Professionals Task Force. Dellinger has served on the HPTF since 2000 along with nine other health professionals from North America.

Dellinger will work on several projects including the policy priority regarding the problems associated with increasing pharmaceutical and personal care product contamination by sewage disposal practices along the urban shorelines.

Dellinger joined CUW's School of Pharmacy earlier this year to develop the curriculum for the department and also hire faculty members for the opening of the school in fall 2010.

On the move

Dr. Scott Theirl has relocated his practice from New York City to Thiensville, providing integrative health care for children with developmental delays, those on the autism spectrum and adults struggling with neurological problems.

Theirl is seeing patients on Tuesdays at 122 Green Bay Road.


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