- Sean Collett was the top loan producer in units at Rhodes Financial Mortgage in February. Linda Walker was the top volume producer in February.
Medical science couldn't prevent David Black's infant son from contracting polio in the 1950s. But Mr. Black was still willing to volunteer his blood to help researchers at the Augusta VA who are looking at proteins they believe are implicated in Alzheimer's disease.
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Jinny Gallahar hardly seemed to notice the blood being drawn out of her left arm. It is a small thing, she said, to perhaps provide a clue as to why her 72-year-old father is developing memory problems that could be Alzheimer's disease.