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Letter: Home Depot gives back to local woman

This is not a rant but a Holiday Warm Wishes thank you and acknowledgment of the outstanding community service of our local Home Depot Store #3322.

They came to the assistance of an elderly lady and her handicapped daughter. They had a bathroom that was unusable due to water damage. These men from Home Depot came out with the materials needed and installed them on site. They did an excellent job. The three men who came out and made the repairs were Doug West, Tim Millard and Cody Fuller. And this was all made possible by their leader, Kevin Brown and Home Depot Corporate outreach activities.

It is always heart warming to see local companies giving back.

Thank you, Home Depot and Merry Christmas.

Alan Chapman

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