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Laurie Kastenholz: Compassionate care during a crisis

Our son, Kyle, was in a skateboarding accident on Greenhorn Road on the evening of July 21. We’d like to thank all the emergency response and medical personal who have done such a great job helping him to recover.

He had a traumatic brain injury and due to everyone’s help he is out of intensive care and into rehabilitation. Thanks specifically to the Ophir Hill Fire Department, the Life Flight crew, all the excellent doctors and nurses and others at Sutter Roseville Medical Center Trauma Neuro Intensive Care Unit, Emergency Room personnel and the team at the Sutter Rehabilitation Institute. We appreciate all the prayers and support from family and friends in our community.

Laurie and Chuck Kastenholz



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