What you visualize as Fisher’s Liquor Barn and Meat Market today, started out as an inconspicuous Dairy Farm. Fisher’s Dairy Farm closed in 1973, and the Fishers obtained a liquor license in 1978 to open a small version of Fisher’s Liquor Barn in 1980.
Blythe Group was formed in 1996 (originally known as Blythe Design) and re-branded to encompass all of the services they offer. They are a full service architecture firm, which means they handle conceptual design and programming, architecture, interior design and project management services.
Martelle Daniels graduated from the University of Denver, College of Law in 1983, thus beginning her career in the field of law. Growing up, she was always interested in politics and government. In 1987, she was appointed as Magistrate for the 21st Judicial District. During her tenure she was appointed to the Child Support Commission and helped create the current child support guidelines and legislation.
Western Filament, Inc. was founded in 1938 and has focused on textile manufacturing fibers since the beginning. While the early days were primarily concentrated on laces for shoes and corsets, Western Filament is now an approved supplier for Panasonic, Boeing, Rolls Royce, Lockheed Martin, Northrup Grumman, USA and NASA!
The name might have changed a few times over the years, but Western Slope Auto has been family owned since 1912. Mike Ferris acquired the dealership in the late seventies when it was located on first and main street in Grand Junction and he has been building the business ever since.
Family Health West began with a passionate and hardworking group of people who wanted to have more accessible health care in their area. Today, Family Health West offers a wide array of health services and has revolutionized care for degenerative diseases.