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Biz Buzz: Beer, burger fans awaiting the return of Bunz & Company

By: Scott Thomas Anderson, Editor
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New owners for 2H at Bunz & Company have been making interior renovations, holding interviews and unveiling a new logo for the longtime hub that was widely known for being owned previously by San Francisco 49er Dan Bunz. Despite having avid fans, the last owners of Bunz & Company were forced to close the doors in May due to the economic downturn. The new version, 2H at Bunz & Company, will remain a sports bar located at 311 Judah Street. The official opening date has not yet been announced.

Kaiser Permanente Roseville Medical Center has been named a 2012 Leapfrog Top Hospital. The Leap Frog Group honors hospitals that excel at everything from record-keeping to safe staffing levels and low infection rates. Avoiding surgical errors reportedly plays a large role in the ranking. This is Roseville Medical Center’s third Top Hospital award in a row by the Leapfrog Group.

Martin Santillan, announced he will open  Santillan Jewelers Inc., located at 1232 Galleria Blvd. inside the Creekside Ridge Retail Center. Santillan has already filed tenant improvement permits with the city for the 2,498-square-foot store he plans to occupy.  

Guild Mortgage Company recently opened a branch in Roseville. Nora Robinson, a 40-year veteran of the mortgage industry, will act as branch manager for the new office. Guild Mortgage describes its staff as an award-winning, highly experienced group specializing in a traditional range of residential mortgage products. 

Emeritus at Roseville Gardens has a new executive director. Caroline Frangieh has been selected to run the senior living community, along with its sister facility in Citrus Heights. Emeritus at Roseville Gardens, located on Somer Ridge Drive, provides care for patients living with Alzheimer’s and other memory-impairing diseases. Frangieh previously served as executive director for Monarch Place Piedmont in Oakland and has a degree in healthcare administration.

Sleep Train, a mattress chain that recently held a fundraiser for foster children at Sammy’s Rockin’ Island Bar and Grill in Roseville, is continuing its work with at-risk youth by donating $70,000 to Child Advocates of Placer County. Sleep Train raised the funds in part through its 6th annual Charity Golf Classic, which was held at Lincoln Hills Golf Club. Child Advocates of Placer County is a nonprofit organization that manages the Court Appointed Special Advocate program, adult-to-youth mentoring program and the Simple Heroes program.

Got Biz Buzz? Email Scott Thomas Anderson at scotta@goldcountrymedia.com. Follow him on Twitter at ScottA_RsvPT.