September 4th, 2014
Our Brother David Ganz, PTA
Our brother David Ganz could use everyone’s prayers and good wishes because he recently learned that he has stage IV Lung Cancer. Yikes? Well, the good news here is that not only is David a fighter, but he also lives in Houston Texas where we have a lot of awesome medical professionals. Nevertheless, please keep David in your thoughts and prayers. Oh yes, David wanted me to say, “Tell them I am going to kick Stage IV lung cancer’s ass!” (I hope my mother isn’t reading this). If so, I should have used “butt”. But to be accurate, that is what David said.
Our Sister Carmece Cunningham, PT
Our Sister Carmece Cunningham’s father passed away on August 15. Please include Carmece and her family in your thoughts and prayers. My (Scott here) dad passed away in 1982, and I still miss him.
Stambush Staffing Facebook No Longer Dormant
If you are a Facebooker, you know that the Stambush Staffing's Facebook page has been dormant since 2012. Well, not anymore. My 18 year old son Luke has been bringing me up to speed on technology, and so I decided that with his help, I could work on our Stambush Staffing Facebook presence. Eventually, I plan on learning more about Twitter, Instagram etc. This will help us grow our company and bring more work for all of us. After all, the Directors in Houston overwhelmingly want to use Stambush because we are by far the most reliable, professional, honest, hardworking and all other good things. All we have to do is bring on all the good therapists who have the skill, nervous system and personality to work in temporary staffing.
Luke Stambush Joins Part-Time
Please join me in welcoming our son Luke Stambush to Stambush Staffing. Luke works 8-12, M-F, and while he works on learning everyone’s job in the office, he mostly works on our Social Media. He has probably read our website more than anyone in the world, so if you find a typo, please be sure to email him firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hugs and Kisses
Please don’t be afraid to hug and/or kiss your loved ones. Life is so unpredictable, and we never know what is going to happen. We all know this is true, but sometimes it takes the written word to move us to action. I hope these few words have accomplished their purpose.
I just want to say thank you to all the awesome people who have joined Stambush. As you all know, it is not just your skill that helps make Stambush great, it is also your personality and commitment to be easy to get along with and still do the right thing. Thanks.
Giving Staffing a Good Name
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