Readers Say Thanks
Glenwood Springs, CO Colorado
Another reason to be thankful for living in this paradise!
On March 29, I had issues with my front power window. Apparently it had frozen the night before, and when I tried to roll it down it came off the track. This doesn’t sound so traumatic, but my husband couldn’t fix it, and all I could see was dollar signs. At this time in most of our lives, unexpected expenses are not welcome.
I called my friend Dave Malehorn at Professional Auto Body to see if he had any ideas. His employee, Phil Pich, answered and said Dave was out of town but to come on out and he’d look at it. By the time I got there, I was really worked up and knew I had to get it fixed before it rained or snowed again.
Another employee, Beth, visited with me while Phil looked at the window. He had it back on the track quickly, and he didn’t charge me. I still have to get it fixed so it will roll up and down again, but at least my window is UP!
I know this doesn’t sound like such a big problem, but I so appreciate Phil’s kindness and thank him again for saving my bacon and being a good valley neighbor!
To all of our wonderful friends and family, a huge, heartfelt thank-you for making the gathering in Carbondale so very, very special.
We love you all.
Wayne and Cindy Wise
We would like to express our sincere thanks to all the wonderful people who reached out to us during our dear Lorraine’s recent passing. How can we express our appreciation for all the help extended, especially Hospice of the Valley (what a marvelous support team in this great time of need), Father Cliff and Father Tom, The Altar and Rosary Society of St. Stephen’s Church, Chris Steuben and the St. Stephen’s Choir, Valley View Hospital and all the doctors, nurses and staff, and the countless people who honored Lorraine by being there for us … the flowers, food, visits, caring thoughts, cards and prayers. We will never forget you.
With our thanks and love
Ed Grange and family
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