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Dunkley returns to work in North Creek

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.

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.

— 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.

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