Family appreciates kindnesses

  • By Danielle Blaine
  • Wednesday, September 17, 2014 6:29pm
  • News

On behalf of my mom, Pamela Lott, I would just like to say thank you to all  the EMTs, Trooper Probst, that came to help on that sad day. Thank you to Dr. Cotton and Nurse Bonnie, you were so caring, and to all the family and  friends that have been such a help through this difficult time, whether you helped clean up the aftermath of the day (Charmaine and Lorelei), brought food (some a whole dinner, Josie and Teri), came by to visit, sent flowers/plants, all those who came and shared stories at the celebration of  life or helped during (Alishia) and all who brought or made food for that day. Thank you to Harrison and Heather McHenry for the lovely meal at the Fresh Catch Café, it was wonderful.  If I have missed anyone please forgive me, everything was greatly appreciated. Thank you all.
Danielle Blaine

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