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Readers Say Thanks

Post Independent
Glenwood Springs, CO Colorado

We would like to tell folks about a truly caring, loving, group of people. Our mother, Mary Lou Manning, needed more physical care then we were able to give. She became a resident at E Dene Moore Care Center.

Everyone we came into contact with gave of themselves to care for her physically and emotionally. When she passed away, they grieved for and with us. The care and concern didn’t stop there. They assisted us in having a beautiful memorial service, including providing food after the service.

Thank you from the bottom of our hearts to E Dene Moore Care Center staff and personnel.

We also wish to thank so many of you for the calls, cards, emotional support, donations and general love and concern shown us at the time of her death. Special gratitude to Rev. Whittington, Sherry and Millie, and the Rifle Funeral Home.

Betty Richardson, Jack McNeal and the family of Mary Lou Manning

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