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Steve Passehl
Works at DWA Healthcare Communications Group
Attended McKendree University
Lives in Fishers, IN 46037
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  • McKendree University
    1990
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A Business Analyst of extreme proportions. A 24/7 student of the business model and someone dedicated to understanding my customers pain and defining the ultimate solution to make it go away. 
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Jumped out of an airplane 20 plus times, worked at the Pentagon and NASA and found my way really close to the Arctic Circle.
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I'm a Innovative Solutions Provider - Senior Business Analyst
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  • DWA Healthcare Communications Group
    Senior Business Analyst, present
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Fishers, IN 46037
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Indianapolis, IN
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I had to choose my first visit between Courtney's and Rosie's. I chose Courtney's. My experience, which I can't say is typical or an exception was very negative in the following ways; Very slow service. And admittedly they were crowded. But slow in this case means 45 minutes to get food. Poor service - meaning - I waited 45 minutes and after getting a dissertation from the hard working woman who waited on me on what the Big Breakfast included, she delivered to me something different and had some confusion as to who ordered what(we had 2 people at our table) and so 3 of the items I ordered didn't show up. To make things worse, I had to watch not one but 2 ladies walk from Kitchen to almost my table 2 separate times while the plate of food got cold. Finally the waitress delivers it and tells me a story about I thought there was a question as to whether I wanted the pancakes - maybe a discussion she had with another table - none the less - she finally gave me the food. The manager was very generous in coming over to say we must of had a miscommunication which to me honestly was more irritating than anything else. I went long lengths to discuss what I wanted and how things needed to be cooked. Eggs over easy...ham...hash browns not country potatoes. She decided that the best thing to do was to offer to pick up the cost of my breakfast - which I insisted was not happening. I did very much allow her to make her point but when we left we covered the bill to cover the cost of our two meals and left. What I would add was that alot of food spent long periods of time waiting to be delivered to tables. The woman in charge did say she had given her husband the day off as it was Fathers day and that he is the one pushing food out. Not sure how and why you do that when you are a small operation and you are expecting extra large crowds. You have to know one dissatisfied customer is not going to break this place. And for sure it's not my intent to close anyone's doors. But the one thing that didn't happen was acknowledging who was at fault and saying - hey - we made a mistake and we'll try better in the future. I suspect on a slow evening you could get really good results and service.
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These apartments are old and run down. The roads are crumbling, the geese are a huge problem with goose feces everywhere and the mechanicals for things like the garages are just worn out. We rented for 2 years and had to have the garage door repaired 4 times. Now as we wait for out our lease, our garage door has been broken beyond repair for 4 weeks. With as much communication and negotiation with the office, you would hope for much better service. As for the apartments, the walls are paper thin...and we have neighbors above us where you can hear this woman as she changes location and room walking around above us. All of our drains are slow presently but it doesn't appear the landlord wants to do anything. The appliances are very dated and we have have had a stove that has burned out the same burner 3 times in 2 years. It seems you would consider this a fire hazard. Along those same lines, this apartment has 3 different light switches that are intermittent at best. These are high priced apartments and in a location where you expect better. I am sure all apartments have their down side. But as we are moving into a house, I would advise any potential renter to do a very meticulous walk through before signing on the bottom line.
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Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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I have to say that I went to a show at Hoosier Park and was delighted both with the service and the gaming experience. Granted I am not a huge gambler but I found everyone to be friendly and the service to be much better than expected. Additionally I got to see a good concert.
Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago