Kudos to my paper delivery person. I received a message last week from the EO explaining that the newspaper might be delayed or not delivered at all to outlying areas, Stanfield included. Well, we got quite a bit of snow in Stanfield and my delivery person made it every single day and delivered my paper without fail. I commend this young man for his dedication and promptness. I have met him and he is a gentleman and is always in good frame of mind. I have never had a problem with my service due to his dedication to the job he has. I know it can get hectic out there but this young man can and does handle it very well. You at the EO should be very proud to have this young man as an employee. He deserves your gratitude and support. I do not use his name because I am not sure if he wants me to or if it is legal to do so. He knows who he is and so does everyone on his route. Thank you for your great job actions and continue with what you have and you will go far.

Jerry Curl


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