2019 Best of Washtenaw—Cool Pros

. June 3, 2019.

Real Estate Agent

Kathy O’Connor
trilliumrealtors.com
Runner Up: Tyler Weston

Bank/Credit Union

University of Michigan Credit Union
umcu.org
Runner Up: Bank of Ann Arbor

Professor

Rose Cory
Runner Up: Dr. Steven Ramold

Lawyer

Allison Ireton
Runner Up: Paul Simon

Optometrist

Dr. Renee Laliberte, Main St. Optometry, Dexter
visionsource-dextermi.com
Runner Up: Dr. Steven Lutz & Assoc.

Dentist

Dr. Shannon Norman-Kotre
kotreannarbordentist.com
Runner Up: Dr. Michael Singleton

Doctor

Dr. Jessica Haddad
ihacares.com/providers/jessica-haddad-md
Runner Up: Dr. Pam Shore

Plastic Surgeon

Dr. Tiffany Ballard, Ann Arbor Plastic Surgery
annarborplasticsurgery.com/about/ballard
Runner Up: Dr. Robert H Burke, Michigan Center for Cosmetic Surgery

Veterinarian

Humane Society of Huron Valley
hshv.org
Runner Up: Ann Arbor Animal Hospital

Travel Agent

AAA Travel
travel.aaa.com
Runner Up: Conlin Travel

Alternative Health Care

Arbor Wellness
arborswellness.com
Runner Up: Commonsource Acupuncture

Chiropractor

Gateway Chiropractic
gatewaychiropracticbgi.com
Runner Up: Ann Arbor Chiropractic Wellness Center

Budtender

Amber Roy, Bloom City Club
bloomcityclub.com
Runner Up: Trisha Stevens, Bloom City Club

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