Best of Washtenaw 2016 – Local Professionals

. May 31, 2016.
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Professor
John U. Bacon
johnubacon.comA writer, public speaker, and television and radio voice, Bacon recently wrote Endzone: The Rise, Fall, and Return of Michigan Football. With an entertaining style and unparalleled insight into Wolverine football, it’s no surprise journalism students are lining up to take his classes.

Runner Up: Carla Critar-Assali

Dentist
Regina Dailey
221 N. Ingalls St.
734-996-0055 | reginadailey.com
Runner Up: Keith Dobracki, Ann Arbor’s Dentist

Real estate agent
Martin Bomia
Runner Up: Middy Matthews

Bank
U of M Credit Union
401 Washtenaw Ave.
734-662-8200 | umcu.org
Runner Up: Bank of Ann Arbor

Lawyer
Will Farah
Farah William PLLC
214 S Main St. #203
734-769-8323
Runner Up: Alan Harris

Optometrist
Dr. Steven Bennett, Bennett Optometry
117 S. Main St.
734-665-5306 | bennettoptometry.com
Runner Up: Joyce Takahashi

Doctor
Dr. Jane Klaes, IHA
3200 W. Liberty Rd. # C
734-761-2581 | ihacares.com
Runner Up: John ‘Jack’ Sheerer

Vet
Affordable Vet
2117 W. Stadium Blvd.
734-926-0114 | affordablevetservices.com
Runner Up: Ann Arbor Animal Hospital

Travel Agent
Conlin Travel
3270 Washtenaw Ave.
734-677-0900 | conlintravel.com
Runner Up: Jafferson Travel

Chiropractor
East Stadium Chiro, Brian Koes
2216 Medford Rd.
734-971-1777 | eschiropractic.com
Runner Up: Family Chiro, Dr. Christianson

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The Kelloggs—The Battling Brothers of Battle Creek

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