Meet the Faces of Sedona Verde Valley
Meet your Friends and Neighbors in business:
(click on the businesses below to find out more)
Janice St. Thomas has had a passion for fashion since she was a little girl and always dreamed of owning a boutique. Today, she is the proud owner of Lily Abigial Couture.
Stacy L Davidson, Fnp-Bc, let's her patients know what's really going right for their health.
Dr. Steve Vergara, a Loma Linda University graduate, opened Arizona Smile Designers in 1992 in Cottonwood and has been in his current location for almost 20 years. "We like to treat people like we want to be treated and make them as comfortable as possible," says Dr. Vergara.
Annemarie Hunter and Jac Robson purchased the Hummingbird House, at 100 Brewer Road in 2001. Formerly the Hart general store (built in 1926), Sedona's first general store, the Hummingbird House is listed in the National registry of Historic Places.
Rather than feature an employee in this spot, Sedona-Phoenix Shuttle wanted to introduce a new "face" to you -- in the form of their new name and new look. As you can see from the van photo, the new name will be "Arizona Shuttle", with the tagline "Getting you from A to Z"According to Fred Gould, Director of Marketing, "We're the same company, with the same friendly, helpful drivers, the same number of trips to and from Sky Harbor Airport, and the same comfortable, well-maintained vans.
Kealyn's Kloset, women's clothing consignment, opened St. Patrick's Day 2011 and is a family owned business. Christina Koski runs the store and her husband, Steve, is behind the scenes, helping with the design and ideas.
Kate Blevins knows her recycling. She is the CEO and founder of Verde Earthworks (VEW) and has been foundational to recycling in the Sedona and Verde Valley area for over two decades.
Taylor Waste has been voted #1 residential garbage service in the Verde Valley for the past 10 years and Sedona the past 6 years.
Louann and her husband, Pat, have worked hard all their lives. By trade, the Patterson family are bomb disposal experts, they were trained in the military and are veterans.
While international visitors travel thousands of miles to visit the historic M Diamond Ranch, Verde Valley and Sedona residents enjoy this wonderful "dude-like" ranch right in our backyard.
Toni Munoz knew in junior high school she wanted to be a physical therapist. As a four-year-old child she had suffered a devastating accident that lead to months of her own physical therapy. This created her desire to help others as she had been helped.
At the age of 17, Shaun Symond, the general manager of Verde River Growers started his first nursery. Now, 30 years later, it's still his passion!
Matt Oxendale isn't your ordinary car dealer. He believes that the car business is about people; about helping people find solutions to the problems that keep them from driving a car they love.