Biz Briefcase: Aug. 14, 2014

Dr. Jonathan Benefield



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Dr. Jonathan Benefield

Keller Williams forms new team

The Grand Junction Group at Keller Williams Colorado West Realty announced a newly formed group of real estate professionals consisting of Dianne Dinnel, Regina Stout, Peter Dinnel and Pam McKeehen

The team has more than 14 years of combined experience serving the Western Slope in residential, farm and ranch, commercial and vacant-land transactions.

Diane Dinnel has been a resident of the Grand Junction area since 1978. She and her husband, Peter, raised three children here and reside in Glade Park. She has more than 20 years’ experience in the financial services industry, sales and marketing and private business, company officials said.

Stout brings 24 years of business experience in service industries, highlighted by her focus on customers to minimize stress and anxiety, company officials said She holds a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Colorado and is an active participant and volunteer with 4H, Boy Scouts and her church. Any spare time is spent enjoying life with her family, particularly outdoor activities such as kayaking and archery. She also enjoys gardening. 

Peter Dinnel worked for the U.S. Postal Service for 30 years before joining the Grand Junction Group. 

“Peter brings energy, enthusiasm and a great sense of humor to the group and will provide 100 percent personal service,” company officials said in a news release.

Pam McKeehen worked in the commercial real estate industry in San Diego 30 years before joining the Grand Junction Group. As executive assistant, she will ensure quality customer service when it comes to all transactions.

Grand Dental adds doctor to practice

 

Dr. Eric Benefield, proprietor of Grand Dental, 1035 Grand Ave., announced last week that his brother, Dr. Jonathan Benefield, is joining the practice.

“From my perspective, having Jonathan as a second doctor in our practice enables us to open our office on Fridays and Saturdays, something rare in the field of dentistry,” Eric Benefield said. “Now we can offer appointments to patients when it is most convenient for them instead of them having to take time off work.”

“I couldn’t be more excited knowing that he will offer great care to our patients,” Eric Benefield said. “It will also be really nice to be treating patients side-by-side with my brother.”

Kmart to host

National Safety Fair

 

Kmart, 2809 North Ave., hosts its annual National Safety Fair from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 5-6. The event will be broadcast live by the Moose 92.3 and Magic 93.1 from the Kmart parking lot.

Kmart’s National Safety Fair promotes “networking within our community by sharing safety awareness at no cost to the public,” company officials said. “Our goal is to host a fun and active learning environment, which raises public safety awareness within our community while raising money for charities.”

There will be concession booths, old fashioned carnival booths and a sports memorabilia auction — bidding begins Sept. 1 and ends Oct. 5 at 4 p.m.

Proceeds will be donated to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and the March of Dimes.

 

Grand Dental adds new doctor to practice

Dr. Eric Benefield, proprietor of Grand Dental, 1035 Grand Ave., announced last week that his brother, Dr. Jonathan Benefield, is joining the practice.

“From my perspective, having Jonathan as a second doctor in our practice enables us to open our office on Fridays and Saturdays, something rare in the field of dentistry,” Eric Benefield said. “Now we can offer appointments to patients when it is most convenient for them instead of them having to take time off work.”

Jonathan Benefield is a caring and gentle provider, his brother said.

“I couldn’t be more excited knowing that he will offer great care to our patients,” Eric Benefield said. “It will also be really nice to be treating patients side-by-side with my brother.”

Kmart to host National Safety Fair

Kmart, 2809 North Ave., hosts its annual National Safety Fair from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 5-6. The event will be broadcast live by the Moose 92.3 and Magic 93.1 from the Kmart parking lot.

Kmart’s National Safety Fair is a “highly anticipated yearly event in which we promote networking within our community by sharing safety awareness at no cost to the public,” company officials said in a news release. “Our goal is to host a fun and active learning environment which raises public safety awareness within our community while raising money for charities.”

There will be concession booths, old fashioned carnival booths and an in-store sports memorabilia auction — bidding begins Sept. 1 and ends Oct. 5 at 4 p.m. 

All proceeds will be donated to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and the March of Dimes.

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