Tuesday, May 31, 2005

Congrats Mom!

My mom, Kathy McParland, is absolutely remarkable. She has been a paramedic and an EMS instructor for years - and has taught thousands of people life saving skills with classes in CPR, AED and EMT.

Mom runs a training compant called CERTS, (Community Emergency Response Training and Service).

Today the local Rochester paper recognized her with this article:

http://www.rochesterdandc.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20050530/NEWS01/505300313/1002/NEWS

Mom also has a Web site, one that I will eventually get around to redesigning... at www.cert-service.com

Til later,

Meghan Wier
VP Business Development
SEO Specialist
BIZNETIX, INC.
Rochester, New York
www.biznetix.net
www.meghanwier.com

... see I included the signiture that time!

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