Readers say thanks
The families of Gladys Boydstun would like to express their sincere gratitude to Dr. Kruger and all the staff at the Walbridge Wing for all their loving care and kindness shown to Gladys during her stay there. We would like to thank Pastor Johnny and all the others who stopped by to visit with her.
A special thanks to all who helped serve the meal at the Methodist Church after her services, and all those in Silt who served us with refreshments after the services at the cemetery.
Thank you for all the cards, flowers, donations, love and concern that you have all shown us in our loss.
Connie and Torrance Hughes and families, and Jim and Peggy Boydstun and families
I want to thank all the people that stopped to help me out when I got stuck on the morning of Feb. 1 on Colorado Avenue in Glenwood Springs. Somehow, my driver’s side wheels slid over the pile of ice that had been plowed to the middle of the street.
There was no way to move my car in any direction and I felt extremely helpless.
I wasn’t able to get anyone’s name, but I know there had to be at least 10 of you that stopped and used your shovels to dig me out. Also, thanks to the two men with the plows that moved the ice in front and behind my car, and the man in the Toyota with the rope who finally pulled me back over onto the road.
I know this caused a problem for the people held up in both directions while I was being rescued, and I would like to apologize for slowing your commute.
This town has some wonderful, kind people and I appreciate your willingness to help out a stranger in need.
In my recent letter thanking all of the people who helped raise money for the Salvation Army over the holidays, I unfortunately omitted the Rotarians in the valley. I can’t believe I did this, since the Rotary clubs did an outstanding job in their kettle efforts. They were indeed some of the biggest money raisers.
I deeply appreciate every member of this great organization who gave their time and energy, and I sincerely apologize for the error.
Director of the Salvation Army in the Roaring Fork Valley
I would like to express our gratitude and appreciation for all the love and support everyone has shown us. Thank you for the thoughts and prayers that have been sent in our direction. I would like to extend a special thanks to Marv and Cheryl for being there for both Doug and I, Chandra at the funeral home and everyone at the LDS Church.
Jackie, Austin and Addy Davis
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