Wednesday, April 1, 2015
PLACERVILLE, CALIFORNIA
99 CENTS

Gayle and Janis Combellack dress for success

It’s one thing to start a new business, but it’s quite another thing to take over an established business and make it your own. Sisters Gayle Combellack-Mog and Janis Combellack did just that, taking on a business started by their great-grandfather, William Bill Combellack, in 1888, carried on by their grandfather William Herbert Combellack and […]

Dixon & Dixon becomes Pony Express Tax Services

Elizabeth “Beth” Chalaire is carrying on the business started by her father Richard Dixon, Certified Public Accountant, in Pollock Pines. Richard Dixon phased out of his practice and retired. Beth has renamed the former Dixon & Dixon; it’s now Pony Express Tax Services. “We offer the same excellent service. It’s just a name change,” Beth […]

Malinda Kregoski horses around (and loves it)

Malinda Kregoski may have been a horse crazy kid, but as an adult she has channeled that passion into a successful equestrian career. Born and raised in El Dorado county, Malinda is excited to be able to share her love of horses with the community. In the summer of 2000 Malinda moved Equine Unlimited Inc. […]

Gail Lohmann and her Visiting Angels help people stay in their homes

Describing her business as a personal calling is Gail Lohmann, owner/director of the home-care agency Visiting Angels in Cameron Park. The company provides caregiving to seniors and adults so they can remain in their homes. Lohmann said her staff of 60 can offer a variety of services to homebound clients including bathing assistance, medication reminders, errand […]

Women who worry they can’t do it all: Meet Mary Muse

By Linda Holderness This El Dorado Hills family law attorney is a mother of seven, has practiced law for 35 years, worked in her family’s real estate business and for more than 20 years served on the Buckeye Union and El Dorado Union High School boards of trustees. In her spare time she traveled the […]