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1215 SE 2nd Ave
Grand Rapids, MN 55744
(218) 327-6746
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Range Mental Health Center (RMHC) is a valued partner of AEOA. We are helping raise funds for RMHC's Dustin Damm Memorial Fund. Please consider attending our Pallets and Paints event in support of the Dustin Damm Memorial Walk on May 18th.

Like a bad penny, Paul Schwartz keeps coming back to Arrowhead Transit. Paul has been a driver in Itasca County since 2001. He started driving a few years after retiring from National Steel. “I like people,” said Paul. “I like everyone who rides the bus. I like the kids on the school route. I like the people on the Dial-A-Ride. The older ladies, I know I have to give them a little extra attention. I carry their groceries. I give them a hand getting up and down the steps. They sort of figure they own the bus company. But that’s all right with me.” “That’s true,” said Sandy Wheelecor, bus manager for Itasca, Koochiching and Aitkin Counties. “The older ladies, they sort of take advantage of Paul. He’s one of their favorites. They know he’ll do whatever they want.” “Wherever Sandy wants me to go,” said Paul, “I’ll go. She is a fantastic boss. I guess that’s why I keep working here.” Paul is 73 years old. He’s retired twice before from Arrowhead Transit. “It’s just a good place to work. I work casual now. That means I don’t really have a regular schedule. But I drive 4, 5, 6 days a week, sometimes 6 or 7 hours a day.” “Paul is a natural with people,” said Sandy. “Nothing rattles him.” “He’s an old coot,” said fellow driver Greg Brohman. “He’s hot headed. Opinionated.” Then Greg laughs. “Nah, he’s one of the best. He never complains. He’s willing to help anybody out. I was with him one time when a lady in an electric wheelchair had her chair take off with her in it. The chair headed straight for Paul and then did circles around him. He didn’t even cuss. He laughed. I don’t even think his blood pressure went up.” “My advice to new drivers? I just tell them, you gotta remember everyone’s a person. Then I tell them what a great person Sandy is to work for. And everybody else here—we’ve got a good crew.” Congratulations Paul on being chosen Arrowhead Transit’s Driver for the Month of March, 2017. We are very proud to have such good people as yourself driving for Arrowhead Transit.