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Silver Bros. Re/MAX Heritage Health Therapy and Senior Care Myers Carpet Weaver’s

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Anthem Chevrolet Buick Family Health Care of Hoopeston Stockland Service Inc.


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2016 Business Spotlight

Susie Danner, Managing Broker and owner of Re/Max 2000, operates from her office at 3803 N. Vermilion St. in Danville. She can be reached at 217-431-7000 or by cell at 217-497-7874.

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RE/MAX 2000 3803 N. Vermilion St. Danville, IL 61832

(217) 431-7000

Only 1 Phone Call Away! Fast Results...Call RE/MAX!!!

Servicing all of Vermilion County and Western Indiana!

Re/Max Managing Broker puts clients needs first

Susie Danner, the Managing Broker and Owner of Re/Max 2000 started selling real estate in 1999. In 2003, she purchased the Re/Max franchise and began building her career in the real estate business. Susie and husband, Fred, have lived in Vermilion County since 1989. They have developed many relationships in the community and believe in supporting local businesses. They have two children, Cody (Heather) Rundle and Ryan Danner, and four grandchildren, Reese, Jade, Corinne and Cainan. They enjoy spending time with family, especially their grandkids and enjoy traveling and just relaxing at home. Susie prides herself on knowing that her clients trust her to help them with their real estate needs. Whether she is working with buyers or sellers

she always stresses the importance of putting her client’s interest first and to make sure they are getting the best possible value for the home they are buying or selling. Susie enjoys what she does, and especially likes the people she works with, building lasting relationships with her clients and their family members. She loves it when a client refers her to a friend or family member, or when she gets repeat business from her past home buyers or sellers. Being the top listing and selling agent in Vermilion County, Susie works hard to market properties for a quick sale as well as makes time for “Open Houses” to get customers inside the home. She advertises each of her listings in several publications and works hard to make sure that anyone looking for a home knows

what is out there for sale and she is available to answer your questions with just a quick phone call, text, or email. Customer service is the key to her success and with the help of her assistant Kelly, and all of the Re/Max agents, Re/max 2000 has built a name and reputation that you can trust. Moving is stressful and very costly. Buying a home can be one of the most expensive purchases you will have in your lifetime! Let the experts at Re/Max 2000 help! Call any of the agents listed to the right to help with your Real Estate Needs. Re/Max 2000 is located in Danville but specializes in all of Vermilion County and Western Indiana. Other areas are also serviced but these are their primary target area.

216 McKibben, Rossville Sue Danner (217) 497-7874

10647 E 2750 N Road, Danville Sue Danner (217) 497-7874

111 E. Holloway, Bismarck Kent King (217) 304-3943

417 S. Chicago, Rossville Kent King (217) 304-3943

6 Chicago, Alvin Nancy Crowder (217) 260-5602

24138 Shake Rag Rd., Danville Jan Voorhees (217) 474-3312

306 N. Grove, Rossville Sue Danner (217) 497-7874

304 Green, Rossville Sue Danner (217) 497-7874

316 W. Chestnut St., Hoopeston Sumer Horton (217) 918-0564

3223 Vista Dr., North Danville Sue Danner (217) 497-7874

Bismarck Country Sue Danner (217) 497-7874

3828 Sonny Lane, North Danville Sue Danner (217) 497-7874

Susie Danner Managing Broker/Owner 497-7874 Illinois & Indiana

Lyle Holycross 504-2242 Illinois & Indiana

Jan Vorhees 474-3312 Illinois

Nancy Crowder 260-5602 Illinois & Indiana

Auston Surprenant 714-3661 Illinois & Indiana

Kent King 304-3943 Illinois

Sumer Horton 918-0564 Illinois Hoopeston Area

Mary Lovejoy 918-0062 Illinois


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Myers Carpet Weaver’s offers uniquely customized choices for customers

Making decisions about home decor can be difficult as finding a style or design that suits a person’s unique taste is a challenge. The staff at Myers Carpet Weavers recognizes this and works with customers to ensure their customer’s unique style is reflected in the products they provide. Myers Carpet Weaver’s is a full-service flooring retailer offering a widevariety of options including: carpet, hard-wood, tile, vinyl, back splashes and custom showers. They provide unique options for these products through their in-store

ing for in a backsplash. “Once I know what I’m working with, I just start going,” she said. “It’s all custom to their specifications. They’ll get a oneof-a-kind backsplash or shower.” Roe said she has a great deal of experience working with customers so that helps her provide them with the best service possible. “I have a lot of practice,” she said. Patti Myers, who owns the business with her husband, Shane, said having someone like Roe to work with customers to make certain their individual tastes are being

Patti Myers, co-owner of Myers Carpet Weaver’s, (left) and Abbie Roe, design consultant, (right) look over a few of the backsplash design options available at the store in Danville. “We always like to say ‘We love you for loving local,” Myers said. “Thank you for support-

Myers Carpet Weavers is located at 3700 N. Vermilion St. in Danville and is open from 9 a.m.6 p.m. Monday-Friday and 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturdays. Call 217-431-3170 for more information. design consultant, Abbie Roe. Roe provides her input on the design, color and layout options customers have available to them when shopping at Myers Carpet Weaver’s. Roe said the process of choosing a back splash can be particularly involved. “You’ve got to get their style and find the right piece of bling,” she said. Roe said this process generally involves asking the customer a variety of questions to better understand what they are look-

reflected in their products is a major benefit. “You definitely don’t get this kind of service at box stores,” she said. Myers believes this kind of unique, personal attention to detail is vital for a local store looking to provide a quality service to local customers. Myers and Roe expressed their appreciation to the dedicated local customers who have continued to support them and refer others to the business, which will be celebrating its five year anniversary in November.

ing us.” “We wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for the customers,” Roe said. Roe said a major part of this support comes from referrals, with clients recommending Myers Carpet Weaver’s to their friends who are in need of new home decor. Myers Carpet Weavers is located at 3700 N. Vermilion St. in Danville and is open from 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Friday and 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturdays. Call 217-431-3170 for more information.

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Full Service Flooring Retailer!

3700 N. Vermilion St., Danville, IL

CERAMIC LAMINATE 217-431-3170 CARPET Hours: Mon.-Fri 9am-6pm; Sat. 9am-3pm; VINYL Appointments available HARDWOOD upon request


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Stockland Service offers experienced staff, wide tire selection

If you’re in need of tires, Stockland Service, Inc. either has them or can get them. Stockland Service serves an area of customers from south of Rossville to as far north as Beaverville and from just west of Interstate 57 to east of Fowler. Stockland Service Owner Ken Courtney said the business covers any tire service a person might need with selections ranging from passenger cars to light trucks to lawn and garden to ATV and motorcycles and ATVs to semis and anything agricultural. “Everything is tire related,” he said of the

with Stockland Nitrogen Service in 1982 and sold tires as part of his job with the business. When the owner retired in 1993, Courtney bought the shop and started specializing in tires. For the first 10 years, Courtney operated the shop by himself, but later brought on more staff members. Courtney feels his years of experience in the business allow him to recommend the best product for a customers needs. Courtney said he does specialize in Cooper and Firestone brands at the shop, but he can meet any brand needs for his customers. “I specialize mostly in

Brian Woodby (left) and Loren Gray (right) work on one of the farm implement tires at Stockland Service, Inc. Friday afternoon. been serving quite a few new customers from the Hoopeston area as a result

STOCKLAND SERVICE

Stockland Service, Inc. is located at 2841 E. 850 N. Rd. in Stockland and is open from 7 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday and 7 a.m.-noon Saturday. Call 815-682-4287 for more information.

Co. Rd. 600 N.

10 miles northeast of Hoopeston 2841 E. 850 N. Rd., Stockland, IL 60967

Shop: 815-682-4287

Co. Rd. 500 N. Co. Rd. 2800 E.

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Co. Rd. 1950 E. Cheneyville Rd.

of Neal Tire & Auto closing. Courtney has provided a map to the right of this article to show customers from the Hoopeston area how to find their way to the shop. “We’re really looking forward to being able to serve more people from the Hoopeston area,” he said. Stockland Service, Inc. is located at 2841 E. 850 N. Rd. in Stockland and is open from 7 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday and 7 a.m.-noon Saturday. Call 815-682-4287 for more information.

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Cooper and Firestone, but just about any brand out there that’s available, I can get my hands on,” he said. “With very competitive pricing.” In addition to these, Courtney said the shop offers on the farm service and Interstate Batteries as well. Courtney said he runs the shop with a small town atmosphere. “We’re pretty laid back and easy going,” he said. Courtney values all of his customers and has a great many repeat customers who rely on his shop for their tire needs. Courtney said they have

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business. With the ongoing harvest season and numerous ag-related vehicles in need of tire work, Courtney said this is a busy time of the year for the shop. Courtney feels the highquality service and level of experience in the staff at the shop are what help them stand out amongst the competition. Courtney has 35 years worth of experience in the business and one of his staff members has 12 years worth of experience and the other has four years in the business. Courtney got his start

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(Above) Heritage Health Therapy and Senior Care is located at 423 N. Dixie Hwy. in Hoopeston and caters to the short and long term needs of senior citizens.

Heritage Health meets long-term, short-term needs of seniors

Heritage Health Therapy and Senior Care offers a vital service for yarea senior citizens and their families. Offering 75 private rooms for residents along with an extensive rehabilitation program, Heritage Health provides for seniors short-term and long-term needs. Administrator Beth Totheroh said Heritage Health Therapy and

Totheroh said, staff are able to provide senior with services for inpatient and out-patient rehab. She said they have physical, occupational and speech therapy staff available to work with seniors at the facility. Totheroh said Heritage Health offers its RESTORE program for patients needing rehabilitation work.

ming along with personal touches that help each person feel valued. Heritage Health also offers a wealth of activities for its residents. Totheroh said the CONNECT program, a program offered by the Alzheimer’s Association, looks to connect residents to activities that are meaningful for them. “For instance, you’re able to do some bak-

Heritage Health Senior Care and Therapy is located at 423 N. Dixie Hwy. in Hoopeston and can be reached by calling 217-283-8247. Check out their website at www.heritageofcare.com/hoopeston. Senior Care’s primary focus is to care for seniors who are not able to care for themselves at home. Heritage Health provides long-term assistance and short stay assistance for seniors who just have an acute illness or a rehab need. “We’re able to work with you to get you back to your best self,” Totheroh said. In the rehab unit,

“It’s focused on making a home discharge more successful,” she said. Speaking about the long-term care at Heritage Health, Totheroh said work with residents and their families to help them reach the highest quality during their time at Heritage Health through interactions with staff and other residents as well as through meal services and social program-

ing so you’re able to CONNECT the smell of the cookies back to memories that are positive,” she said. “That gives them a positive reaction.” Totheroh said they focus on the CONNECT program extensively in the facility’s dementia wing. Totheroh said Heritage Health is blessed to have a staff dedicated to serving residents and seniors. “We are blessed with

a group of staff who are diligently working to create positive interactions with residents, to bring them quality nursing services as well as personal touches that values each

person who stays with us,” she said. “Staffing is absolutely key to our success.” Heritage Health Therapy and Senior Care is located at 423 N. Dixie

Hwy. in Hoopeston and can be reached by calling 217-283-8247. Check out their website at www. heritageofcare.com/ hoopeston.

SHORT-STAY REHAB SERVICES Rehab to help you Restore •FULL-SERVICE THERAPY

Physical, Occupational & Speech Therapy

•SKILLED NURSING •PRIVATE ROOMS

Heritage Health in Hoopeston

(217) 283-8247

Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer.


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2016 Business Spotlight

(Above) Anthem Chevrolet Buick has one of the highest customer retention rates in the country.

Anthem collision repair center sees Hebest year yet store for 20, and the volume said Anthem has a

Anthem Chevrolet Buick has one of the highest customer retention rates in the country. Owner Dave McFadden attributes this fact to several areas of customer service the dealership focuses on. “We think that our emphasis on product training, cutting edge equipment, materials, employee training and a commitment to a customer-friendly culture are by far what sets us apart from any of our competitors,” he said. “All of this has led to a customer retention rate, measured by Chevrolet, to be among the highest in the country.” Two of the areas of the business McFadden is particularly proud of this year are Anthem’s collision center and it’s growing tire business. “Our collision center has an impeccable reputation with customers and insurance companies,” McFadden said. McFadden explained that 2016 is proving to be the biggest year Anthem’s collision center has ever had. “I’ve owned the store for eight years, I’ve been in the

of collision repair work in 2016 exceeds any year in last 20,” he said. McFadden said the collision center has an excellent reputation that has been bolstered by new additions including a new full-time body repair technician and a new paint booth, installed in 2015, which have tremendously improved efficiency. Anthem has also switched providers in order to obtain a premium brand of paint. “We did all of that without increasing any costs to the customer or to the insurance company,” he said. McFadden said Anthem has also implemented a program where, as long as they have one available, they will provide a loaner vehicle to customers regardless of whether they have rental coverage with their insurance company. “All of those things have led to tremendous growth in our collision center,” he said. McFadden also spoke about Anthem’s tire business, stating that they have as good of tire equipment that you’ll find in the area.

Road Force Balancer, produced by Hunter, that allows technicians to solve wheel and tire vibration problems as well as identifying why a vehicle might pull left or right and has improved balancing technology that allows them to improve balance while minimizing wheel weights. McFadden said they also added a leverless tire changer, which allows them to remove the tire from the wheel with no levers, which is important due to the number of polished and chrome wheels the business sees. Turning to the types of inventory available at Anthem, McFadden said Chevrolet re-styled or redesigned more models in the 2016 product year than at anytime before in the company’s history. These included some of Anthems core products: Silverado, Malibu, Cruise and Sonic. Anthem Chevrolet Buick is located at 424 N. Dixie Hwy. in Hoopeston and can be reached by calling 217769-4122. Anthem’s website is www.anthemchevybuick. com.

– The A Team –

Left to right: Keith Gibson, Sales Manager, Devin McFadden, Business Development, Dane Nicholls, Product Specialist, Dana Kuntz, Product Specialist, and John Monson, Product Specialist.

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800.656.6689 217.283.6688 www.AnthemChevyBuick.com

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(Above) Silver Bros. has served area customers for more than 115 years and is operated by fifth generation Silver family member, David Silver.

Silver Bros. continues long tradition of quality service

Silver Bros. has a long history in the Hoopeston area. Started in 1879 by William Silver, the business has remained a committed to serving the needs of area customers through to the present day under the leadership of David Silver, representing the fifth generation of his family to run the business. Silver Bros. offers a variety of products for customers including: Redi-Mix concrete, sand, mason sand, limestone rock, river rock, pea gravel, concrete parking bumpers, concrete blocks, rebar and steel buildings. Of course, the main product they sell is Redi-Mix concrete. Silver Bros. can also place the concrete they sell to their customers. “We’ve sold Redi-Mix concrete for over 50 years,” Deanna Silver said. Silver said the Redi-Mix plant was constructed after the business had grown

from its original founding. She said Silver Bros. installed a new Redi-Mix plant in 2010 to better serve their customers. “We can take care of anybody’s concrete needs,” she said. In addition to these products, Silver Bros. provides a variety of services including: crane, backhoe, breaker, excavation, bulldozer, dump truck, fork trucks and semi trucks. Silver said the business handles commercial and residential construction work. She cites the experience of the staff at Silver Bros. as a major part of how the business is able to provide quality service in various areas of construction. Silver said the business is eager to take on jobs of all different sizes. She said Silver Bros. treasures the many loyal customers who have continued to support the business

throughout its history. Silver Bros. has played a vital part in helping to construct some of Hoopeston’s landmark structures in the past including: the Hoopeston United Methodist Church, Hoopeston City Hall, Main Source Bank, the First Christian Church, MainSource Bank and many others. Silver said Silver Bros. is dedicated to helping the community and has supported several efforts in the area to help the community and school. “We like to help our community and school by doing whatever we can,” she said. “David’s always willing to help people.” Silver Bros. is located at 105 E. Washington in Hoopeston and is open from 7 a.m.-4 p.m. MondayFriday and Saturdays by appointment only. Call 217283-7751 for more information.

Silver Brothers Ready Mix

& Construction

105 E. Washington Street, Hoopeston, IL

(217) 283-7751


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Family Health Care of Hoopeston provides vital services for rural patients

Gibson Area Hospital made a major investment in the Hoopeston community when it opened a extensive facility for its Family Health Care of Hoopeston clinic early in 2015. Since then, the clinic has offered a plethora of services for local patients. The clinic, on average, has 4,000 patient visits a year. Dr. Adree Venatta and Dr. Laura Smith serve as

years through their clinic. The overall focus of the clinic is family medicine. One of the benefits of practicing family medicine is that physicians are able to forge strong connections with their patients. “I think that’s one of that things about family medicine that’s so nice,” Venatta said. This connection with patients enables physicians to provide better care.

“We can draw labs and do EKGs here at the office,” she said. Beyond Venatta, Smith and Rushing, Family Health Care also provides access to physicians from Gibson Area Hospital. Dr. Anthony San Diego, MD., specializes in general surgery and sees patients at Family Health Care of Hoopeston on the first and third Tuesday of each month from 9 a.m.-noon with surgeries performed

primary physicians at the clinic. Venatta and Smith provide family medicine, which covers care for newborns through the geriatric population. In terms of specific care services, Venatta and Smith share an interest in dermatology, so they do handle a number of simple skin procedures at the clinic. The clinic also provides a focus on women’s health procedures. Venatta and Smith share a focus on obstetrics and are proud of the fact that they have treated approximately 95 OB patients in the last four

“We get to see multiple members of a family and I think you can understand their health better when you understand some of the family dynamics and some of the family history,” she said. “That allows us to give better care.” Joining Venatta and Smith on staff at Family Health Care of Hoopeston is Tiffany Rushing, Family Nurse Practitioner. Asked if there is a service that the clinic provides patients might not know about, Rushing said people may not know that the clinic does have in-house lab services.

at either Gibson Area Hospital or CHRHC. In addition to providing treatment for physical conditions, the Family Health Care of Hoopeston clinic provides therapeutic services. Ingrid Wheeler, MSW, LCSW, provides therapy services at the clinic along with the Behavioral Wellness Center, the Onarga Clinic and the Paxton Clinic. She has experience in helping individuals struggling with mental health challenges, psychosis, substance abuse/dependence, personality disorders, self-harming behaviors,

Family Health Care of Hoopeston is open Monday-Friday from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. and is located at 705 S. Dixie Hwy. in Hoopeston. To make an appointment, call 217-283-5530.

(Above) Dr. Adree Venatta (left) and Tiffany Rushing, Family Nurse Practitioner, (middle) conduct a check up on Valarie Hinkle (right) at Family Health Care of Hoopeston. Venatta and Dr. Laura Smith (right) serve as primary physicians at the clinic. (Below) Family Health Care of Hoopeston is located at 705 S. Dixie Hwy. in Hoopeston.

suicidal ideation, relationship conflicts, stress management and behavioral issues. Wheeler provides individual counseling for patients from the clinic who are in need of it. The staff at Family Health Care of Hoopeston agree it is vital to have access to all of these services in a

rural area. “I think the benefit of having a full-scope family practice in a rural setting is that we can kind of be a one-stop-shop for everyone in a family,” Smith said. Smith also praised the work of the clinic’s staff members. “We have a great staff in our office,” she said.

“The nurses and the front desk staff and everyone here serve the patients well.” The Family Health Care of Hoopeston is open Monday-Friday from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. and is located at 705 S. Dixie Hwy. in Hoopeston. To make an appointment, call 217-283-5530.


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More Providers, More Choices

Providing services from maternity care and pediatrics to chronic disease management and geriatrics

Family Healthcare of Hoopeston 705 S. Dixie Hwy, Hoopeston (217) 283-5530 Monday through Friday 8 am - 5 pm *Closed daily from Noon to 1 pm

in affiliation with

Laura Smith, MD

Adree Venatta, MD

Tiffany Rushing, FNP

Gibson Gets It! Anthony San Diego, MD

Accepting BlueCross BlueShield, Health Alliance, Molina & other insurance. For more information, visit www.gibsonhospital.org or call (217)-785-4251.

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