A wonderful event for Kim and Bryan Gilbert
Many thanks to all friends and locals who participated in helping Bryan and Kim Gilbert. The overwhelming success of the July 11 fund raiser held at Murphy’s Food and Spirits is owed to you.
Brian and Kim want to thank Bernie Murphy, Sam River, Marie Goodwin, Chris and Kim Gonzales, Jim Hanson, Jamie Farfone, Bill Freund, Pat Hamilton, the McDonnels, Rob Philippe, Summit Electric, JVC and KB Mechanical, Viking Plumbing and Heating, Rent-x, Quality Quick Print, Pam Churman, Dave Love, Keystone Resort, Copper Mountain Resort, Breckenridge Ski Resort, Dan Kibbey, Office Max, Kinko’s, Ristorante Al Lago, High Country Designs, Backcountry Brewery, Chimayo, Starbucks, Tuscato, The Upper Hand, Lone Star Sports, Grease Monkey, Breckenridge Autmotive Care, Breckenridge Bodyworks, Safeway, City Market, Dillon Ridge Liquors, Porkey’s Liquors, Heavenly Hot Tubs, Studio One, Rocky Mountain Coffee Roasters, Antlers Liquors, Sunshine Cafe, Flying Crane, Sternholm Bros. Chriopractic, Stork and Bear, Chaplin Formal Wear, Uptown Bistro, Dyenamics, Krystal 93, Summit Daily News, Mark Fox Photography, Rebel Sports, Silverheels Ore House, Butterhorn Bakery, Tarquin Antiques, Classic Nails, Affordable Music, Dillon Dam Brewery, Christy Sports, Maxwell St. Grill, High Country Lock and Key, Basket and Buds, Kral’s Furtniture Repair, Sart’s Excavating, Fineline Studio, Sanders True Value, Big O Tires, Frisco Fun and Formal, Abbey’s Coffee, Ruby Tuesday, Awestruck Jewelry, Budget CDs and Tapes, Esquire Fabricare, Mane Design, Deli Belly 1 and 2, Cutthroat Anglers, Land Title, Affordable Massage, Rick and Judi Amico, Janet Carter, Jerry and Suzie Rawles, Barbara Whitaker, ZACK-the Musician, and Bob, Karen, Stewart and Kyle Vanderkooi.
Thanks so much for coming out and supporting Bryan and Kim.
Thanks for the excellent care
I am pleased to send this note of thanks to and recognition of the wonderful assistance I received at Copper Mountain where we visited from Maryland last weekend. Through no intentional fault on anyone’s part, my husband and I got separated for a concerning period of time. The fellow in charge of operations (Brian?), Steve, head of security and Mark from the search and rescue team were all so professional, helpful and compassionate during a very stressful time until my hubby was located. The good Lord took care of me through you good men and I am one grateful wife. God bless you all and keep up the fine service.
A terrific summer reading program
The main library in Frisco would like to thank all of our sponsors; Arrow Insurance, Balance Sheet, Breckenridge Ski Resort, Budget Tapes and Records, Carlson, Carlson and Dunkelman, LLC., City Market Breckenridge, Community First Bank Frisco, Copper Mt. Transportation, Four Points Sheraton Silverthorne, Frisco Fun and Formal, Lazaroni’s, McDonalds Silverthorne, Pika Bagel, Polar Revolution Copper Mountain, Safeway Frisco, Stage Fright, Taco Bell, Walmart and Yanari, Watson, Lyons and Mcgaughey, P.C. for making our summer reading program a wonderful success.
Angie, Becky and Jane
I wanted to say thanks
On Wednesday, June 26, my mother, Helen, went into respiratory arrest and was rescued by a remarkable team from the Summit County Ambulance Service and Lake Dillon Fire-Rescue.
They were respectful and professional and calmed my mother’s fears immediately. She was transported to the Summit County Medical Center and was met by a team of caring and wonderful nurses and doctors who, I believe, saved her life.
After she was stabilized, she was sent to St. Anthony’s Central in Denver via Flight For Life. I want to say to the crew on the helicopter that day how very thankful I am that it was you who took my precious cargo on to Denver, I was told that you guys are the best of the best. I apologize I don’t remember all of your names, but I know I will never forget your faces.
My mother is doing much better but will have to remain in Denver as her lungs can no longer tolerate this elevation. We both feel that without your help she would not be with us today. Words cannot express our sincere thank you to everyone associated with my mother’s rescue, we will never forget your kindness. Gold bless you all!
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