Cheers to Craig’s Custom Carpet Cleaning
I would like to thank Craig’s Custom Carpet Cleaning. Recently, I had a flood in my crawl space. I had plans with Craig to get my carpets cleaned, but unfortunately I had to call to cancel the appointment. When I explained the situation to Craig, he had no problem with canceling the appointment. He volunteered to stop by and look at the water and give me a recommendation anyway. I wasn’t home when he came by initially. When I returned that night Craig had left a machine that would help keep the area ventilated and stop mold growth. He did this free of charge. I am very thankful to him and really appreciate his help. I received Craig’s number from Leslie and Rock Rockey, who had a similar incident. They too received help and wonderful treatment from him. Craig’s number is 984-2300 and 945-0684. Craig’s Custom Carpet Cleaning definitely knows the true meaning of customer service. Thanks so much!Heather MartinRifleLeslie RockeyNew CastleReady to recoverUntil you have stood in my moccasins and experienced the overwhelming generous support of friends and colleagues, you can’t imagine the intense gratitude that fills my life. I am stunned by the abundance of my good fortune, and I thank everyone, from the volunteers who drove me to radiation treatments to the artists and store owners who donated work to the CMC silent auction. I am so very grateful to you all. I look forward to recovering and becoming an enthusiastic contributing member of the Roaring Fork Community.William MeriwetherGlenwood SpringsRising with kindnessI would like to paraphrase a poem by the 17th century Irish poet Thomas Moore. In this poem, there is an analogy of kindness as being beautiful, like a “face that is pleasant to meet.” A kind soul that absorbs itself in doing good was likened to “the spell of a wood” that outlasts the sad fall of leaves, in the winter is fine and from snow and frost receives a garment divine. The weak are like a small bird, who, surprisingly can launch. “In this blue he can rise, in this kindness is strong.”The kindness you, a community of kind souls of all persuasions, have shown to us allows us to be strong. Thank you everyone, for giving of yourselves in many tangible ways. We were very happy to see the amazing turnout for the benefit. Hours of self-sacrificing love, patience and organization went into it. The monies freely and generously donated to the benefit account established in William’s name at the Alpine Bank have been, and continue to be, so very much appreciated. The are surgeries and challenges still ahead. But the wonderful news, each and every day, is that there are so many very good people in this world.Please know that we love all of you very much, and do not want to miss a single soul in our expression of thanks. There are, in particular, good friends who have helped us beyond measure – you do know who you are, and we love you very much.Bobbie MeriwetherGlenwood Springs
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