Back In Business. Salon 101 owner Pat Tieman opened his shop back up on May 29, the first day barbers and stylists were allowed to reopen under Phase 3. The first day back Tieman said he received 30 calls and close to 25 the next day and is currently booked out over two weeks. He is pictured working on Sue Dixon of Monticello who has been a client for 20+ years. Some of the guidelines he has to follow include wearing a mask, no more than two people in the shop at a time, and sanitize the chair, counter, and door knobs after each client leaves. During the lock-down he had to be hospitalized for two days with heart concerns and was actually tested for COVID-19 which came back negative but stated it was not a very pleasant test. Tieman, who is also Bement’s village president, is fine and just needed a change in medicine to slow his heart rate While the shop was closed he put down a new floor and some other minor remodeling updates both at the business and at home.