View All Articles

Articles Showing articles related to: Beth Newcomb

In 2003, Paul “Sparky” Adams was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease and now his wife, Kathy, is losing him to dementia

There’s a reason Paul Adams goes by the nickname, “Sparky.” The former Director of Annual Giving at Baldwin Wallace was a creative force who loved to be around people—and people loved to be around him. In 2003, when Paul’s wife, Kathy, started noticing his tremors and facial masking (inability to smile), the couple decided to get...

Read More

Have you been delaying?

Many people have put off until tomorrow what needed to have been done today. “Estate planning is just one of the things many people have shifted to the back burner,” explains Jay Nabors, a Cleveland-based attorney who focuses on estate planning. “But just like you can’t ignore your personal wellbeing by avoiding trips to the doctor, you...

Read More

Why NEFD has become a powerhouse in the kitchen remodeling industry

Strength takes dedication, determination and the ability to deal with situations or events that are distressing or difficult. Since launching his Northeast Factory Direct nearly two decades ago, Alex Nemet has been fearlessly getting stronger. “I started selling dining sets out of my garage in Lakewood,” Alex recalls. “I knew I...

Read More

Get your sexy back with the O-Shot

Regular sex, says Dr. Laurel Matthews, a board-certified physician and owner of Dr. Laurel’s PRP Bar, helps couples maintain a closeness that can translate into a happier partnership. But for many women, growing older often means the ability to get and stay aroused is diminished. This can put a strain on an otherwise healthy union, as the...

Read More

Suzanne Smaltz, of Health Markets Insurance Agency, connects with clients from all walks of life

In the insurance business, connecting with people is key. Licensed insurance agent Suzanne Smaltz, with HealthMarkets Insurance Agency, takes her dedication to being a resourceful agent to the customers she serves a step further. “I took Spanish class in junior high school and found that I really liked it,” she says with her trademark...

Read More