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Saint Joseph Residency Programs take on Tough Mudder

September 17 2016

On September 17th, members of our family medicine residency, pharmacy residency, faculty, and staff, along with friends and family, participated in the Tough Mudder at Michigan International Speedway.  The course was designed by British Special Forces and consisted of a 12 mile obstacle course with over 20 obstacles.  This is the second year that our residency participated in a tough mudder and are looking forward to taking part in another next year.

The team, Thighroid Strom, consisted of 15 participants including faculty directors Brian Huber and his wife Bobbie Huber, Ed Sheridan and his son Matt Sheridan, and Ed Battjes, as well as first year residents Diana Mechelay, Anthony Witt and his wife Amanda Witt, second year residents Jason Isch, Kendra Finn and her husband and fellow second year resident Thomas Finn, and third year resident Kelly Marszalek.  The group was rounded out by Chris Gildea, amulatory pharmacist, Mollie Limb, the Volker Blankenstein Service Fellow, and her friend, Claire Wack.

In the photo, Ed Battjes, Ed Sheridan, and Thomas Finn fight through the "kiss of mud" obstacle.

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