Cheers & Jeers

Move over, trucks! And other readers' Cheers & Jeers

Trucks are banned from the left lane on some local freeways.
Trucks are banned from the left lane on some local freeways. STAR-TELEGRAM

Jeers: To Fort Worth police for not enforcing the "No Trucks Left Lane" on Interstate 35W south. I travel this route and see many violations.

—Kay Sanders,


Cheers: To Dr. Robert Sorokolit and his staff at Advanced Dentistry on Bellaire Drive South near South Hulen Street. They have treated me for 15 years. They are highly skilled and remarkably friendly and caring.

—Gene C. Walker,

Fort Worth

Cheers: To the person who paid for our meal at Aledo Diner. You didn’t know it was my birthday.

—Barbara Chambers,


Cheers: To Rick and Ray's Auto Center for incredible customer service. Thank you for raising my backrest in less than 15 minutes and not charging. We have found a new shop when our old BMW needs some TLC. We will be back and we will recommend you.

—Kimberly Pease,

Fort Worth

Cheers: To the most dedicated and best veterinary practice in Arlington: Veterinary Referral and Emergency Hospital of Arlington, 1350 Caplin Drive. They specialize in emergency and specialty care, neurology and neurosurgery, and wellness. They are talented, knowledgeable, concerned and caring.

—Aileen Robinson,

Silver Spring, Maryland

Cheers: To whoever paid for our meal at the Cotton Patch Cafe in Burleson on May 9. We read all the time that people do this, but never in this world thought It would happen to us. We truly appreciate your kindness

—Carolyn and Joe

Godsey, Joshua

Jeers: To a Fort Worth apartment complex and their property manager. How dare you separate my mom and her dog! This is the worst management I have ever dealt with! Threatening to evict an elderly, disabled woman — how Horrible your lives must be.

—Mary Riney,

Fort Worth

Cheers: To the big , burly fellow wearing a construction vest who bought my lunch at Taco Bell on Meadowbrook Drive May 3. I am an 88-year-old great-grandmother who had had a disappointing morning . He really made my day.

—Charlotte Applegate,

Fort Worth

Cheers: To Family Christian doors and gate openers of North Richland Hills. From the bid to the job completion. everything was very professional! They went above and beyond. Could not be happier with my new gate opener.

—Cyndi Evans, Hurst

Cheers: To Mike Martinez, senior water tech at the Fort Worth city water department. Our homeowners association needed help finding the meters for our irrigation system and Mike really came through. He researched the 14 meters and showed up for a meeting with a map. He went above and beyond excellent customer service for Tanglewood Park Homes.

—Karen Schoenbucher,

Fort Worth

Cheers: To Dr. Will and the staff of Bonds Ranch Animal Medical Center for their kind, compassionate care of our beloved dog, Sammy, in his final hours of life. Their kindness made our loss much more bearable.

—Brian and Jennifer

Day, Haslet

Cheers: To Yana and Sean Cisco for “Spend a While on the Nile” at Christ Chapel Bible Church. The talented volunteers brought out the best in more than 80 girls and boys and two adults as they acted, sang, danced, and quoted scripture to honor and glorify God!

—Amy Vanderpoel,


Cheers: To Bruce Lowrie Chevrolet in Fort Worth. Randy Shapiro, Jeff Erwin, and others have gone out of their way to define great customer service. We often see TV commercials about another dealer's "experience." If you want the same experience they advertise go to Bruce Lowrie.

—Terry Carter,

Fort Worth

Cheers: To Baylor Scott & White All Saints Medical Center Fort Worth endoscopy day surgery nurses Robin and Elena. They went above and beyond to help me find a lost item. They turned my loss into a wonderful birthday present. They are extremely compassionate and personable.

—Judy S. Murphy,


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