April 16th, 2014  

Tricia Comments on Her 6 Month Mark Without Colman
As most of you know, our Sister-Tricia lost her beloved husband Colman Albracht. The 11th of this month marked the 6 month point, and Tricia sent us a short email. I asked Tricia if I could share it with you all and she said yes, because so many of you have been there for her.

“Six months today. It doesn't seem possible, but it is a fact and it can't be changed. Though I miss Colman more than words can say, my aim is to stay focused on God's plan for my life and praise Him. Through my tears, I thank God daily for His many blessings. He blessed me with a wonderful, Christian husband who was also my best friend. I try not to dwell on the past other than to have wonderful memories, but it is a difficult task. Even contemplating my future alone is unbelievably hard, so I take one day at a time. I get through each day with Christ's strength, not my own. I feel lonely, but I am never alone. You all are in my prayers, and I love you. I'm so thankful to be a part of this amazing family. Love, Tricia”

You Are Still Knocking The Cover Off The Ball
I just wanted to let you all know that customers continue to rave about your quality as well as your personalities. Below, is an email exchange between Fred and a customer very pleased with one of you.

From Customer:

Thank you for (Therapist's name deleted for privacy). She fits in really well with our group and is doing a great job. You never know what you're going to get when you go agency but I have to say, this one is a good one.

Reply From Fred:

Thank you so much (customer name deleted). I'm so glad (therapist's name deleted) is working out well for you and your group. I never get tired of hearing great feedback. I agree that you never know you're going to get when you have to use agency. That is one of the main reason's Scott and Susan Stambush, PT, started Stambush Staffing (Stambush Physical Therapy back in 1989). Many of their friends were directors and they kept hearing how awful the staffing agencies were.

One of them suggested Scott start his own agency, so he did. And even after 24 years, we are still not hiring new grads (like everyone else), we still competency test everyone we interview/hire, and we still have real face-to-face interviews where we assess each applicant's social skills, unlike some agencies who will hire any warm body with a license. Simply put, Stambush is your best bet for clinically and socially skilled therapy professionals.

Anyway, thank you for reading my 1 minute Stambush plug for the day. And thank you for your support throughout all these years. Have a wonderful day! 
And This Too!
In addition to the above, I was at the SED meeting for the TPTA this past Tuesday night and I met a person who is new in the area but is very high up in his company. Our conversation went something like this:

Customer: Stambush, Stambush? I just heard about you all over the weekend.

Scott: I hope you heard good things.

Customer: Oh very good. (Person’s name) couldn’t stops saying good things about you all.

Scott: Oh we love her. She worked with us for several years.

(People kept coming up to our booth saying “Hi Scott”)

Customer: Man everybody here knows you.

So great ones, as you can see we are not only selling your skills and experience, we are also promoting your social skills. And at the same time, you all are selling your skills, personalities, and our company. Thank you for working with us, and thank you for being you!!! 

The Straight Shooter

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