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The Journal Gazette

Saturday, September 17, 2016 10:01 pm

Business at a glance

COMPILED BY THE JOURNAL GAZETTE

Home Helpers and Direct Link of Fort Wayne was opened by Lisa Foote and LaToya Johnson to serve the Fort Wayne, Bluffton and Ossian areas offering in-home care and a free consultation, 402-7091.

Pro Seal & Plastics was recognized as the national champion in the 2016 Geared for Growth Program by the Parker Hannifin Corp.

RetirementHomeTV was awarded the DirecTV television services for Parkview Whitley Hospital.

Everything Household at 6203 Fairfield Ave. is now a U-Haul neighborhood dealer.

AT&T activated an upgrade to bring faster speeds to 17 cell towers in the Fort Wayne area.

Trelleborg Sealing Solutions announced it signed an agreement and finalized the acquisition of Anderson Seal LLC.

Briner Building Inc. was selected as the contractor on the 8,000-square-foot addition for Morning Fresh Superior Foods in Union City, Ohio.

Zimmer Biomet earned EPA recognition for converting its Warsaw headquarters to 100 percent green power.

The Hagar Corp. announced it has acquired the assets of Stellhorn Photo at Pine Valley.

Orchard Pointe Health Campus at 702 Sawyer Road in Kendallville is now open.

Old National Bancorp’s acquisition of Anchor BancCorp is complete. All 46 AnchorBank offices were converted to Old National Bank facilities.

KDA Furniture + Interiors completed custom furniture design, manufacturing and project installation for Charlotte Eye, Ear, Nose & Throat Associates P.A. in North Carolina.

Oak Street Health is exclusively for adults on Medicare, and the clinic will open Oct. 3 at 436 East Washington Blvd. in Fort Wayne.

Dirig Sheet Metal installed the heating, ventilation and air conditioning ductwork for Columbia Elementary School in Rochester.

The Center for Vein Restoration held a recent ribbon cutting and open house for its new clinic, located at 7230 Engle Road in Fort Wayne.