Recently a horrible tragedy occurred which seemed to suck the very air from our lungs.  In this difficult time, we found ourselves surrounded by heroes.  At that moment, when the pain seemed beyond our ability to bear, our community gathered us into their collective arms and carried us through.  Every hug, every kind word, every act of service, and every generous donation took a little bit of the pain.  Their efforts couldn’t take it all, but it was enough.  For this, we will be eternally grateful.

In gratitude,

Heber, JuliAnn, and Ryan Loughmiller

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