Thank you Fort St. James

Editor:

Editor:

On behalf of our family (sisters, aunts, uncles and cousins) we would like to extend our heartfelt thank you to the community of Fort St. James for their generosity and kindness this past weekend for everything that was done for us on the passing of Randy Sulyma.

Your community spirit from the memorial service to the skating, opening your homes to total strangers, food, driving us around and all the wonderful things that your community provided cannot go unrecognized. Once again thank you.

Ken Abbott    

Editor:

The parents, sisters and extended family of Randy Sulyma would like to express their heartfelt gratitude to the wonderful community of Fort St. James during our tragic loss.

The hospitality, caring and generous spirit of the community has been truly  overwhelming. Our special thanks go out to Michelle Boschman for opening her  home for the ladies, and Louise Evans-Salt  for providing  the “Man Cave” for the gentlemen. To Lori Deveau and her crew for providing transportation and to Kandace Kerr for her wonderful support. 

Also to all the others who helped to ease our way through this most difficult time with all their generous offers of help to people they didn’t know.

Thank you Fort St. James.

 Sylvia and Neil Sulyma

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