Letter: Thanks given to people who helped during rain

Feb. 15, 2013 @ 12:27 AM

Thanks given to people who helped during rain

Editor:

I want to say thank you to the six individuals from The Crossing Church in Kodak, where Kermit McPeek is pastor, and to one former neighbor, all of who came to my rescue on Jan. 14.

I awoke that day to water coming from across the street, down my gravel driveway and at my back door.

Due to illness and other responsibilities, my children could not help me. I called my son during his chemotherapy to see what I should do. His wife put out an S.O.S. on Facebook.

These kind and generous folks showed up with some sandbags and tools, and came to my rescue. They worked for hours in the pouring rain and cold and left my house soaking wet.

I can never thank them enough.

Shirley Doane

Kodak

I want to say thank you to the six individuals from The Crossing Church in Kodak, where Kermit McPeek is pastor, and to one former neighbor, all of who came to my rescue on Jan. 14.

I awoke that day to water coming from across the street, down my gravel driveway and at my back door.

Due to illness and other responsibilities, my children could not help me. I called my son during his chemotherapy to see what I should do. His wife put out an S.O.S. on Facebook.

These kind and generous folks showed up with some sandbags and tools, and came to my rescue. They worked for hours in the pouring rain and cold and left my house soaking wet.

I can never thank them enough.

Thanks given to people

who helped during rain

Editor:

I want to say thank you to the six individuals from The Crossing Church in Kodak, where Kermit McPeek is pastor, and to one former neighbor, all of who came to my rescue on Jan. 14.

I awoke that day to water coming from across the street, down my gravel driveway and at my back door.

Due to illness and other responsibilities, my children could not help me. I called my son during his chemotherapy to see what I should do. His wife put out an S.O.S. on Facebook.

These kind and generous folks showed up with some sandbags and tools, and came to my rescue. They worked for hours in the pouring rain and cold and left my house soaking wet.

I can never thank them enough.

Shirley Doane

Kodak