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Buswell Biomedical Spooky October Newsletter



As the October winds howl and the leaves rustle, we have some updates to share with you all in our Buswell Biomedical Halloween-themed newsletter. While it's not exactly a ghost story, it does involve some unexpected twists and turns, so grab your favorite candy, and let's dive in.


First and foremost, I am thrilled to announce that my voice has made its triumphant return! It's like a Halloween miracle; my voice reemerged on a spooky Wednesday. While I'm still dealing with some lingering coughs, they are a mere whisper of what they once were. Although I remain a bit weak, it's a vast improvement from the ordeal I went through.


Gregg and I have been knee-deep in preparations to get our city house ready for sale. It's been a monumental effort, and this project has dominated our lives for the past few months. We've successfully moved about 90% of our belongings, but that elusive last 10% seems to be playing a game of hide-and-seek.


Speaking of exciting developments, Jermaine Sims, our design virtuoso, has unveiled the plans for, the Upward Mobility (UPMO). He's putting in an incredible amount of effort to finalize the manufacturing drawings. This project promises to be a game-changer, and we can't wait to see it come to life.


Meanwhile, Davis Pfeifer has been delving into the world of co-working spaces. As part of our preparation for an official address change for Buswell Biomedical, Davis is ensuring that we have just what we need, without any unnecessary frills. It's all about streamlining and optimizing our operations.


This month, there isn't a whirlwind of news to report due to my extended illness, which kept me sidelined for a considerable time. However, we did manage to squeeze in our quarterly meeting. If you have any questions or need more information, don't hesitate to reach out to me directly.


As Halloween approaches, it's a time for tricks and treats, and in the case of Buswell Biomedical, it's about facing challenges head-on and finding the silver lining in every situation. We're committed to moving forward, improving, and making the best of every day. Happy Halloween to all our dedicated colleagues and supporters, and here's to a future full of treats, no tricks!

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