November 19, 2013

Letters to the Editor: Nov. 19, 2013

Bank helpers

TO THE EDITOR: Bank manager Kim Ryan of Keeseville TD Bank and five of her employees gave up a Saturday night out to serve dinner to the community at the Knights of Columbus from 4 to 7 p.m. on Oct. 19.

What a wonderful act of self-giving for others.

Furthermore, that Saturday was the birthday of the manager, Kim Ryan. This is an example of a bank working for the people in more than the usual ways.




Justice system

TO THE EDITOR: I hope the Press-Republican keeps up with the jury trials in the Clinton County area like they have done in the past jury trials in the Essex County area so the public can be aware of their justice systems.

We, the people, look forward to reading these trial sessions as they go on everyday in the paper, so we can stay informed each day of what is going on in these cases.




Grateful for care

TO THE EDITOR: Many thanks to 6 Main at CVPH, where my father was taken such good care of in the last years of his life.

The entire staff treated him like family and helped ease his fear of dying. They worked so hard.

A special thank you to Dr. Bill Pelton, who took care of Dad for 35 years. His compassion will never be forgotten.

Neil Hamilton of Hamilton’s Funeral Home was great. He paid attention to every single detail and arranged all aspects of the funeral.

Thank you to the New York State Army Honor Guard and the World War II veterans, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 119 of Morrisonville, whose color guard gave Dad a great send off. Everyone was so kind to be there.

A special thanks to the Press-Republican.


Port Kent

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