When the Farmers moved to Heywood’s Creek several years ago, they wove themselves into the fabric of our neighborhood so tightly and quickly, it was impossible to imagine they hadn’t been here for years. They joined a church, became volunteers, got to know people who fast became friends, and defied the “come here” label because for families like theirs, it’s meaningless.
Kevin and Michelle Farmer are the kind of people you can call in the middle of the night and ask for help, knowing they will give it. They are the kind of people who will also call you in the middle of the night for help, because that’s how those things work. They have made Gloucester a better community by being active participants in it; frankly, Kevin’s throwing his hat into the ring has been an inspiration to many of us who have excellent intentions about how to affect change, but who don’t get further than grousing about it.
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