Volume 4 Issue 4
'One-stop-shopping' for home health care
Firefighting was not something Jerry Tanner planned on doing. But after studying to become a paramedic, he learned that in order to be a paramedic, he also had to be a firefighter. He decided to forgo both career paths. What may have seemed like a missed opportunity actually turned out to be the beginnings of Immediate Care, now co-owned by Tanner and Terry Greenier.
Manage your incoming payments with ease
A large number of incoming payments is surely a good thing for most businesses. But what happens when you end up spending too much time receiving and processing all those payments? First National's Lockbox and Image Cache services may be just the answer.
Make life easier for you--and your tenants
Free up the time you spend each month collecting rent from your tenants, making deposits and keeping records. Let First National's Escrow Program help.
First National profile: Paula Rasmus-DeDe
Before she even reached the fourth grade, Paula Rasmus-Dede was learning the art of customer service. "I began working in my mother's restaurant when I was 8," Rasmus-Dede explained. "By the time I was 12, I was working for tips only-and you quickly learn how to make customers happy that way."
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