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Jonathan Roylance
Worked at Bard Access Systems, Inc
Attended University of Utah
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Have him in circles
53 people
Chris Patterson's profile photo
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Danny Wood's profile photo
Katherine Manch's profile photo
Brian Lord's profile photo
O. Hernan Bogado's profile photo
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  • Bard Access Systems, Inc
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Biomaterial Engineer, R&D Engineer at Bard Access Systems
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  • University of Utah
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Enjoyed working with the Red Sign Team to purchase our first rental property. Lincoln Taylor was patient with us, and very responsive when we needed to submit fast offers. Cameron Wilson also helped out a bunch once we got the property under contract, and they helped move the deal on to closing in a timely and efficient manner. I'll be recommending them to my friends and colleagues. Thanks Red Sign!
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
I love the Dental Spa. If you're going in for a checkup and cleaning anyway, why not get an amazing spa treatment to go with it?? I'm so glad a friend recommended it to me, and I tell my friends about it whenever the topic of Dentists comes up. Today I had such a great massage (and teeth cleaning) from Jenn, one of the awesome hygienists there. Huge Fan! You should go there! You'll thank me after you're sitting there in there calm, serene spa-like office, with warm paraffin on your hands, warm eye mask, and heated massage chairs, smelling inviting aromatherapy oils, and getting top notch treatment. It costs the same as a dentist that doesn't do all that fancy stuff. This should become the standard of practice.
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Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
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