Robin Croissant expressed deep appreciation to Albany Medical Center for the wonderful care of her husband, Michael in his recent bout with cancer. Special thanks go to Dr. Nigam and his down-to-earth and honest approach, Croissant said.
Special thanks to the hospital's fourth floor staff; and to all the concerned people who stepped forward to give them strength and hope; to all the members of her family who were so supportive at this trying time, to Tom and Tim Baker; and to the "Wilcox Warriors" - all of whom demonstrated outstanding kindness and compassion, she said.
Folks say 'Thanks' for citizens' generosity
Many thank you's were expressed this week from folks who received the Christmas baskets Dec. 10 in this vital community-based project to remember those likely to be alone or who are in special need over the holidays. Also thanks to the teenagers at the Thurman Baptist Church who helped assemble and distribute baskets of baked goods they handed out while Christmas caroling Dec. 18. Thanks also go to Junior and Andy for the goodies and to Marilyn and Jim for their thoughtful remembrances.
Even though Thurman has endured many negative write-ups in the daily paper, it is still a great little town with many compassionate and caring people!
Appreciation also goes to all the people who showed up for work on Christmas Day to make the day happier for others. Those would be nurses, aides, doctors, waitresses, cleaners, maids, troopers, convenience store clerks, pharmacists, babysitters, cooks, and so many others who had to fill a needed job. Thank you all for being there when needed.
Town board awards Tyler Baker
At the Dec. 21 town board meeting, Tyler Baker, son of Tim and Tammy Baker of Mud Street was presented with a certificate of excellence for his part in the Warren County Youth Fair as an assistant.