Cheers: To Dr. John Adams, nurse Eva and all the nurses in the Arlington Cancer Center — Sonja, Eileen, Donna, Brenda, Ashley and Mary Kay — for their compassion and gentle ways. I was so scared when I started my chemo treatments. These wonderful caregivers eased my fears. Thank you for your dedication to healing cancer.
Cheers: To Edy at Sprad’s Ace Hardware near Haltom City. She voluntarily drove to my house on her lunch break to help solve a stubborn plumbing problem, which is unheard of. One more cheer!
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Cheers: To Dr. Jeffrey Hantes, an obstetrician/gynecologist. His bedside manner is caring, patient-centered and respectful.
Cheers: To Father Jim Gigliotti and the friars and deacons at St. Andrew Catholic Church for their leadership and openness with parishioners as we all respond to the current crisis.
Cheers: To the wonderful employees at Kroger on South Fielder Road in Arlington — Jeanne, Marilou, Akram, Ed, Lisa, plus many others. They are always friendly and extremely helpful.
Cheers: To Ed Wallace for his columns. The man is super smart and deals with facts.
Cheers: To CarMax near Hulen Mall in Fort Worth — particularly to Keith Thomas and Oscar Orozco, who were professional, knowledgeable, respectful and kind when we recently sold a car. The process was efficient and fair.
Sherry and Gene Swenson,
Cheers: To Arlington’s Fielder Church and South Oaks Baptist Church for merging by a near-unanimous vote. By joining forces, these churches will provide wonderful opportunities for worship and growth. Kudos to the leadership of both congregations.
Cheers: To Texas Appliance of Pantego and its staff — beginning with the salesperson Jose, who was very friendly and helpful, and ending with the deliverymen and installers, Danny and Tanner.
Cheers: To Orestes Guevara and Priscilla Brown with the Fort Worth Water Department. Both of these friendly customer-service people greatly helped me resolve issues our homeowners’ association had with our water meters.
Cheers: To the wonderful man in the gray pickup at Donnelly Avenue and Hulen Street. He saw an elderly gentleman with a walker crossing Hulen. He stopped and helped him get safely across.
Cheers: And thank you to the people who helped me cross the median in my car while stuck in the flooding rain on U.S. 377. You made me feel less alone.
Cheers: To Dr. Joshua Zaffos, the entire staff at Cornea Associates of Texas and the Park Hill Surgical Center. Thanks for the excellent care.
Cheers: To the gracious lady who paid for our dinner at the Mexican Inn on Camp Bowie Boulevard. It is greatly appreciated.
Cheers: For the great service people at Computer Repairs and Solutions in Arlington. They found the problem with our laptop and explained it to us. Great customer service.
Cheers: To Tioga Plumbing, Electric & Glass, who came to our house three times for flooding problems we attributed to the water heater. Tioga was very professional.
Cheers: To Trinity Valley School for the pink ribbons on all the fences to commemorate Breast Cancer Awareness Month — so thoughtful.
Cheers: To Joe, Lauren and Amelia at Baylor Scott & White Rehabilitation in Lake Worth. They were very professional and talented, and they relieved my neck pain.
Cheers: To Dan, the manager at Eatzi’s Market & Bakery in University Village and the very nice couple shopping there. You helped us when we had a difficult situation. You kindness will not be forgotten.
Pat and Steve Pierret,
Cheers: To Dr. Wilson of the Alvarado Veterinary Clinic. When it was time to put Max, our 15-year-old Westie, to sleep, I was out of town. Dr. Wilson wanted me to be able to say goodbye, so she kept him overnight until I could get home.Thanks to her tender heart.