Traverse City Record-Eagle

January 5, 2013

Body and Soul Newsmakers: 01/05/2013


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---- — Three physicians have joined the staff of Munson Medical Center.

Marshall Poole, DO, specializes in physical medicine and rehabilitation. He graduated from Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed a residency at University of Michigan Hospitals in Ann Arbor. Dr. Poole practices at Neuromuscular and Rehabilitation Associates, 3988 W. Royal Dr., and is accepting new patients; call 935-0860.

Andrew Riddle, DO, specializes in hematology/oncology. He graduated from Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed a residency at Sparrow Hospital in Lansing and a hematology/oncology fellowship at Ingham Regional Medical Center in Lansing. Dr. Riddle practices at 5041 N. Royal Dr., Suite 2, and is accepting new patients; call 935-0700.

Jessica L. Slocum, MD, specializes in nephrology. Dr. Slocum graduated from Wayne State University School of Medicine in Detroit and completed a residency and fellowship at the University of Michigan. She practices at Nephrology Consultants, 4062 W. Royal Dr., and is accepting new patients; call 935-0338.

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Grand Traverse County residents Karen Renny and Max Binkley have joined the 2013 Commission on Aging Board of Directors, appointed by county commissioners.

Renny and her husband, Charlie, moved to the Grand Traverse area from the Port Huron/St. Clair River area. She is a registered nurse with a master's degree in health services and administration and maintains her nursing license. She and her husband have owned and managed Harley Davidson Motorcycle dealerships, property investment and management businesses and spent time in the hospitality industry. Their local firm is Blue River Properties.

Binkley was born in Indiana and raised in Ludington. He graduated from Western Michigan University and he and his wife, Alfa, moved to the Grand Traverse area in 1993 after a more than 20-year career with Dow in sales and human resources. His interest in serving on the COA Board stems from his volunteer experience at the Traverse City Senior Center and his involvement in leading a team developing recommendations for a proposed new Grand Traverse County Senior Center.