Category: Ryan Van Dyke

Ryan Van Dyke: Rooted in Purpose

Growing up, Ryan Van Dyke thought he’d follow his family into the medical field. He’d always felt a deep calling to serve, and in his youth, he believed that the manifestation of that calling would be to heal others like his grandmother and father. That was his plan when he began his freshman year at […]

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The Value of a Mentor

The Value of a Mentor from Robins & Morton on Vimeo.   It’s often hard to place a dollar value on a mentor relationship, but George Butler can. Since George started with Robins & Morton five years ago as an hourly laborer, he has worked his way into a salaried foreman position with the guidance […]

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