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DECEMBER 2019/JANUARY 2020
A Year of Growth Looking Back on 2019 and Forward to 2020 Our son, Noah, is now a senior in high school and looking at colleges in Florida. He was just wrapping up the application process as I was writing this, and I’d expect him to have made a decision by the end of winter. Right now, his plan is to study environmental engineering, but you know what they say about best-laid plans. Who knows what he will find an interest in when he gets to class? I’m just proud of him for continuing his education, and I’m happy to see him stay close(ish) to home. Noah isn’t the only member of our family with a big life change. His younger sister Mollie earned her driver’s permit this fall. She may still be a year out from her license and has plenty of training to go through, but that hasn’t stopped Mollie from talking about driving to school next year and the adventures she’s going to have. We all remember what that newfound freedom was like. Still, it’s going to be difficult for me to relax with Mollie behind the wheel! I’m someone who doesn’t like being a passenger to anyone’s driving — just ask my wife, Emily, how many times I press the imaginary brake when she’s behind the wheel! But I know Mollie is anxious to get started, and I’m excited for her. I can’t help but be proud of both my kids. Being a parent is such a strange experience because you raise a child to be a functioning, happy, healthy human, all with the intention of them leaving you someday. Their independence is always the goal, but you can’t help but feel a little sad to see them go. It’s rewarding to know my kids are happy and doing well. Emily and I are very proud of them. As we close the book on another year — and decade — I can’t help but think about how much has changed in the past year.
work. She could still keep an eye on the kids while managing the work the clinic needed, but Emily’s role has evolved now that we have independent high schoolers. Emily has taken on the marketing and community relations role at Four Corners Health & Rehabilitation this year. The transition has been very smooth, as she stepped in for Hillary while she was on maternity leave. I can tell Emily is passionate about the success of our clinic, and now, we sometimes forget that we don’t have to rehash the whole week during our dinner date! With Emily’s help and the dedication of our staff, Four Corners Health & Rehabilitation has grown this year, particularly our home services. We can reach more people than we ever have simply by offering our expertise in a patient’s home, in an assisted living facility, or wherever they may be. With the advent of subscription services like HelloFresh and Amazon Prime, it’s no wonder our patients have responded so well to this change. I cannot wait to see how this area of our clinic grows in 2020. But if 2019 was any indication, then we’re headed in the right direction. Thank you for all your support this year, and we can’t wait to see you again in 2020.
When the kids were still little, Emily devoted her workdays to Four Corners Health & Rehabilitation’s billing and behind-the-scenes
Happy New Year!
-Luke Kron, PT Managing Partne
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