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Peter Hartman
Works at Primary Care Education
Attended Ozarks Technical Community College
Lived in Springfield, mo
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Have him in circles
53 people
Andy Klotz's profile photo
Buddy Huggins's profile photo
Janet Thompson's profile photo
Tom Hintz's profile photo
Chad Johnson's profile photo
Sandra Peham's profile photo
John Haas's profile photo
Brad Neuburger's profile photo
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Education
  • Ozarks Technical Community College
  • Drury University
  • Permaculture Research Institute
    PDC, 2013 - 2013
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Occupation
Gardener
Employment
  • Primary Care Education
    Technology Specialist, 2011 - present
  • Integrity Designs & Embroidery
    Manager, 1998 - 2009
  • CoxHealth
    ER Security, 2010 - 2011
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Springfield, mo
These folks operate on a different time schedule than the rest of us. I have been going here for years. For the most part I have learned how to work with them. At first I thought it was just the cheap labor that they employee (mostly high school kids) no offence to them. They will have a whole new crew and it is the same game. You order a pizza and they tell you 15 minutes. You get there in 20 minutes and you pizza will be done in 15 more minutes. About the only time your pizza will be ready on time is if you call and pick up at an odd time 3pm ect. Since it happens with all new people I am going to assume it is the person who is training them. That is not acceptable. Just tell me my pizza will be done in 45 minutes. If it is done in 30, great I won't know the difference. Other than the time thing the pizza is great.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
I ordered a Reubens, it was pretty good. The bread was great. It could have used a bit more meat but other that it was good. My biggest issue was the cheese, or the cheese like substance that was on it. They used an American style Chem cheese, which is not cheese. This is acceptable on a 99 cent cheese burger from McDonald's but this is just not OK for an $11 sandwich (with tip). Issue 2 was with the bathroom. It was relatively clean, but they only had air dryers. We all know there are people who do not wash their hands after using the restroom. So they leave and touch the door handle and smear who knows what all over it. Then an employee washes their hands like they should but they are still touching the same handle and next they go make you a sandwich.
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
We used this service for years. No issues at all. If you do ever have an issue good luck. We had a machine go down. We called and emailed this place for almost 2 weeks before we ever got a call back. I can't have that kind of service in a clinic environment. We were forced to move onto to another service.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I have been going to J & M for 16 years, They have done a good job everytime. I think they are under new ownership now. My brakes were in worse shape then when I brought the vehicle in and now there is no one at the shop. This place may be going out of business.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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No other breakfast place holds a candle to this place. I have tried eggs Benedict all over the country and I have only been to one other place that even comes close the Gailey's. If you go on the weekend, there will be a wait, so plan to stand around a while. We were up in KC a while back and people told us to how great Big Biscuit is. That place is such a disappoint.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
When asked why they were not open on Saturday I heard a hateful "because no one spends any money on Saturday".... Anyways off to grizzly I go. It is sad to see a shop with such great history being run with such terrible management. What is the deal with all the NOS stock in the back? The table saws are pre-2010 stock and they are rusty at that.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
We haven't been bowling in years and we ended up going to 3 bowling alleys in one weekend. The first night we planned on going bowling. We decided on Enterprise Lanes. We walked in at 8pm and we were told we couldn't bowl for an hour because they were going to have to switch the lanes over for black light bowling. So we headed off to Light House Lanes. I am not sure what it is but is seems that they don't wax the floors there or something. It just isn't slick like every other bowling alley I have been too. Then add the fact that our ball got stuck almost every throw, It was not a great experience. I could actually get over that if the price was cheaper, but light house costs just as much as every other place in the area. The next night we end up going to Century lanes. Yes they smoke. It is not crazy smoky in there but you will need to wash your clothes and jackets the next day. Century lanes was cheaper in price. The floor was nice and slick, our bowls never got stuck and it was an all round good time. We will go back to this place.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago