Readers Say Thanks
Glenwood Springs, CO Colorado
Thank you to all of my incredible family and friends for their prayers, strength, kind words, flowers, cards, food, help and unconditional love during my difficult time. And for welcoming me back to the valley with open arms and the comfort of old friends, words cannot express my gratitude.
Thank you to everyone who came to Denver to be with me, flew long distances, to all those who wanted to and were there in sprit, and to all of Richard’s friends who stood by my side.
Thank you, Liberty Oil, for being so good to Richard and giving him friendships and a job he was truly proud of.
Thank you to all of the caring staff at E. Dene Moore Care Center, and Meyer’s and Co., for all of their kindness and understanding.
To my mom and family for taking such good care of me, I love you. And mostly, thank you all for continuing to support and love me, and help honor Richard Lambert’s amazing life.
Shred in peace, Richie!
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