How do you say “Thank You” in an ever-changing environment, when it deserves more than these simple words?
A year ago my husband, Chuck, sustained a broken neck and spinal cord injury 371 miles from our Gloucester home. As complicated as this has been, finally we were able to journey back to Virginia the end of October; but still not to Gloucester. A month ago, Chuck lipped that he wanted to ride over the Coleman Bridge and go home.
Overcoming hurdles began—first, get a generator so that the ventilator would work if and when the power goes out. Finding a generator was easy; the hurdle was getting a propane tank. It was with the help of a dear friend, Lou Taylor, that brought John Phillips of Phillips Energy to our rescue. I never thought it would be difficult to find a tank or find a company that would serve as the lifeline for Chuck.
Mr. Phillips jumped the hurdle for us! We now have a tank and propane for when there is a need for a generator. Mr....
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