MuskogeePhoenix.com, Muskogee, OK

September 28, 2013

THANK YOU 09.28.13


— THE FAMILY of Kimberly Richardson McGuire wishes to extend a sincere and heartfelt thank you to all of our friends and family for their wonderful support during this difficult time. The prayers, visits, calls, gifts of food, money, flowers and plants were especially appreciated by us all.

We want to express our appreciation to the Rev. Darin Beller, Jim Murphy, Gary David Ridley, Gene Rowell, and First Freewill Baptist Church for hospital visits and a beautiful service. The ladies of First Freewill Baptist Church who prepared and served the food for our family. The congregation of Keefeton Freewill Baptist Church for their prayers. Gary Cooper from Cornerstone Funeral Home was very professional and helpful during this time.

We appreciate the kind and compassionate care by the staff from Hometown Hospice, the Rev. David Blake, Tamera Featherstone, RN; Cathy Cox, Danielle Dinardo, LPN; Aretha Brown, and Dr. Gary Lambert. We are extremely grateful and humbled by the outpouring of support and love we have received.

Darlene Mayne, Dona Davis, Tracy Swink, Curtis McGuire, Bill and Catherine Richardson



MUSKOGEE Public Schools is grateful to our sponsors for their help at our recent convocation, including First Baptist Church, TTCU, Armstrong Bank, the Muskogee Wellness Initiative and all staff and volunteers. The convocation is an important event for our district, and we are thankful for the communities continuing support each year. Thank you all.

Mike Garde,

Muskogee

Public Schools

Superintendent



A very special thanks to all who participated in the special care of our loved one, Sis. Thelma A. Sango. To Dr. Tawakina and the staff at EASTAR Health System, especially the nurses in I.C.U. and those assigned to her room on the third floor. Mere words can’t express our feelings for you. The providers that cared for her at home, you will always hold a special place in our hearts.

When the end came, the Rev. Gary Hall and all the beautiful members of First Loving Mount Calvary were right there. To her special friends and ours, to Dr. Marlon Coleman and the Antioch congregation, the special singers, Sis. Martha Thomas, the Rev. Jerry Washington, the Mt. Calvary Brotherhood singers, and to all who called, visited, sent cards, gave food, money, flowers and prayers. We appreciate you so very much, and the ministries. You all will be in our prayers.

Sango and Thomas family



The second annual Run Gore 5K and Fun Run, sponsored by the Gore Chamber of Commerce, far exceeded all expectations, and the Gore Chamber of Commerce would like to thank the following businesses which donated items to the race: Armstrong Bank, American Beauty Salon, Anne Paige, Bighorse Photography, Cross Telephone, Dr. Arnie McGee, Gambino's Pizza, Harp’s Grocery, Love's Convenience Store, Meredith Hunt Photography, Paralyzed Veterans of America, Sequoyah Fuels and Soda Steve's Market

The Gore Chamber also thanks the following for their immeasurable assistance:  Gore Mayor Ryan Callison, Town Administrator Horrace Lindley, the Gore Police Department and Gore Rural Fire Department; and all of the city of Gore workers for making the town look great on race day!  

Particular thanks also goes to County Commissioner Steve Carter; Jerry West, Gore Landing Camp host; Gore Schools Superintendent Lucky McCrary and Principal Beverly Robison; National Honor Society members and their sponsor, Carmella Murray; GHS academic team and their sponsor, Rachelle Batesole; The Crossing Church; Dennis and Susan Fields; John Montgomery; Sloan Farms, Inc. (Steve and Cody Sloan); and State Rep. Ed Cannaday.

Terry Sloan, president of the Gore Chamber of Commerce also wishes to especially thank Co-Chairs Lacey Sloan and Jerry Caughman for their endless hard work in organizing this event. Plans are already underway for the third annual Run Gore 5K and Fun Race, tentatively scheduled for Sept. 20, 2014.

Gore Chamber

of Commerce