In October of 2010, my wife, my son and I moved to Gloucester to raise our family and start a business. From the moment our moving truck rolled into the driveway of our home at Gloucester Point, we were overwhelmed by the warmth and generosity of the welcome we received.
Although we were strangers, people from across the county introduced themselves, offered us help and extended their hands in friendship. Since that day, as we have opened the doors of our business and welcomed a daughter to our family, the people of Gloucester have never failed to epitomize the virtues of hospitality and Christian friendship. Never for a moment have we felt like a "come here." For this, we will be eternally grateful to the good people of Gloucester.
One of the first to offer us his hand in friendship was Darrell Warren who gave me a personal tour of the Sheriff’s Office. While learning about their first-class services and exceptional training, I found my...
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