La Porte is a Forensic Chemist and Document Dating Specialist with over 18 years of experience in the field of forensic science. She is currently employed full-time in a state forensic laboratory… Naso is a forensic document examiner with over ten years of experience in the field of questioned documents. Naso began her career with the United States Secret Service… May is a latent print examiner with over nearly 15 years of experience in forensic science.
He is currently employed full time with a large state government forensic laboratory… Durina is a Forensic Document Examiner with over 26 years of experience in the field of forensic science.
Pro tip: If you’re shopping at Birch Run, skip the fast food and eat at Victor and Merek’s Deli Bakery and Pizzeria. Distance from Detroit: 140 miles West; 2-hour drive Why it made our list: It’s a brewery, foodie, West Michigan paradise. For dinner go to Food Dance; and for drinking (which is the real reason you’re coming here, anyway), head to Bell’s Brewery, Arcadia Brewing Company, and/or the Kalamazoo Beer Exchange. Distance from Detroit: 160 miles West; 2.5-hour drive Why it made our list: Much like Kalamazoo, Grand Rapids is a very good place for eating and drinking.
Pro tip: Since you already have beer on your brain, stop at Dark Horse Brewery in Marshall, Michigan, conveniently located off of I-94. Specifically, at Founders, Marie Catribs, and Grove.
They always stayed in touch and from time to time they would go on dates.
This one date in Frankenmuth, MI, completely changed both of their lives and their friendship.
The presentations are available to classrooms and after-school programs.
Parental permission is encouraged for participation. Topics include: Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month Toolkit February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month.
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Riley is a forensic document examiner with over twenty-two years experience in the field of forensic science.
He is the founder of Riley, Welch, La Porte and Associates…
We may not have the swelling piano or the silky smooth pipes of Tim Allen, but here it goes: The Michigan road trip. A time to get out of the city and take in the wealth of beauty around us. And somewhere in between that first regrettable meal at Cracker Barrel and the awkward eye contact made with a trucker peeing in a Gatorade bottle while stuck on I-75, we find it.
A ribbon of orange barrels ever-reaching just beyond the horizon.