Ben Dunkley meets with his grandparents in the physical therapy room at the Adirondack Tri County Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in North Creek. Harold Ross, right, is Ben’s mother’s father, and Leona Dunkley, left, is Ben’s father’s mother.
Photo by Andy Flynn.
North Creek Ben Dunkley, a 2003 Graduate of Johnsburg Central School has returned to his roots.
Dunkley attended Daemen College in Buffalo and graduated in 2010 with a Doctorate Degree in Physical Therapy. After graduation, he worked for over a year at Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center. Now he’s working at the Adirondack Tri County Nursing & Rehabilitation Center and living in Lake George.
Dunkley is engaged to be married to Elizabeth Krzywicki, who is also a physical therapist. An August wedding is being planned.
“It is a pleasure and rare opportunity to come back to your hometown and do what you enjoy doing with the ones you know and love,” Dunkley said. “Having worked here over a month, l feel lucky to work alongside such skilled clinicians.”
Dunkley has two grandparents that are residents at the Adirondack Tri County Nursing & Rehabilitation Center: Harold Ross and Leona Dunkley, both formerly of Bakers Mills.
Dunkley is a physical therapist and helps Tri County with its inpatient and outpatient physical therapy patients.