Columbine Market employee appreciates the support |

Columbine Market employee appreciates the support

Cory Comiskey

Dear Editor,

As we all know, there was a recent closure of a wonderful grocery store in Rifle.

Unfortunately for me, I was one of the many victims of a lay off after 3 great years of service to you the people.

While out and about many of you have run into me expressing your heartfelt sympathy and your best wishes in hopes to see me back in the biz that has brought fourth the wonderful relationships and bonds that have been made that have and will leave a lasting impression on me.

Many of you have offered to be references for me to be reinstated into serving the public. All of your support has overwhelmed me, especially since we are so close to Christmas, which makes it mean so much more.

That is why I am writing this letter is to say thank-you, all, for the support, thank-you for the memories, and thank-you for the inspiration. May you and your families have a very merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.


Cory Comiskey

former Columbine Market employee

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