Kudos: Aug. 31. 2010
On behalf of the entire Danzer family, I would like to thank the nursing staff on the second floor at Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital for going above and beyond in not only in the care for our father, husband and friend Larry Danzer, but for the continued emotional love and support that they offered our family during such a difficult time.
I have been to several different area hospitals to comfort loved ones, but I have never experienced such wonderful patient care, support and comfort the nurses offered as I did while our father/husband/friend was being cared for at Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital.
I would also like to extend a hug and big thank you to the staff chaplain there at the hospital.
So many times you “turned our frowns upside down,” and we all appreciated it.
Thanks again, all of you. You made a difficult time in all our lives a little more comfortable.
I would like to compliment the veterinarian Denny Nolet and his assistant at the Pine Creek Veterinary Clinic for their expert assistance and compassionate attitudes in our time of grief while putting our dog down.
It was much appreciated having a follow-up condolence and reassurance letter sent to us. Thank you.
Deborah and Stephen Edwards
NU Debate moms are the best! For the second consecutive year, the debate program will reap the benefits of our moms setting up, taking down, schlepping items, working the sale, donating items and baking delicious brownies!
A special thank you goes to Melisa and Mary for spending the night in the back of Mary’s truck to guard the items on Friday night. More special thanks go to the Stuart and Agness families for hauling donated items.
The proceeds will help pay our dedicated coaching staff and to defray travel and photocopying expenses. Thank you one and all!
Jeff Dellis, Director of Forensics
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