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ROMERO SPECIALIZES IN ETCHED GLASS

Brookings Mayor Pat Sherman presents Ronald Romero of Etched 2 Perfection with a certificate of recognition for designing a city logo that currently hangs in the city council chambers. (The Pilot/Tom Hubka).
Brookings Mayor Pat Sherman presents Ronald Romero of Etched 2 Perfection with a certificate of recognition for designing a city logo that currently hangs in the city council chambers. (The Pilot/Tom Hubka).

By Ellen Babin

Pilot staff writer

To former Sacramento resident Ronald Romero, Brookings is a beautiful place to "reinvent himself."

The owner of his just-opened business, Etched 2 Perfection, Romero is ready to make his mark in the area.

And he already has done so by making a special city logo, without charge, on a mirror to be hung in the council chambers of Brookings City Hall.

Romero, whose business includes installing windows, showers, tub enclosures, entryways; commercial glass and window repair, is a former employee of Brookings Glass.

Striking out on his own, the glazier is eager to be coming a "viable part of the community."

He said his prices are reasonable and he does "good quality work."

In addition to installations, Romero etches glass, granite and marble.

He uses his computer to put his many ideas on paper.

Living with his wife of two years, Linda, owner of Harbor Barber, Romero is happy he made the choice to move to Brookings.

"This is my home now," he said.

Romero can be reached by phone and fax at (541) 412 3134 or by cell at (541) 661-ETCH (3824).

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