Family says thanks
It’s not every day that a person experiences how caring our community is firsthand.
During the past year our family has been fortunate enough to see just how caring our little community in Central New York really is, and we are forever grateful. So many people have donated time, energy and money to help a sick man get a new life, and with all of your help we have succeeded.
Patrick was able to have a successful liver transplant in January. He and the donor are recovering wonderfully.
Thanks to your kindness and generosity, our family will enjoy many more years with Patrick.
We wanted to take a moment to thank all those who have supported us throughout the past year and continue to do so today. Thank you for your time, energy, donations, and most of all prayers. Prayers are a powerful thing and this experience has showed us just how great God is for performing this miracle in our lives. Although we would love to name each person and business individually, space does not allow. So instead we wish to thank the community as a whole.
Thank you for being there for us in our time of need.
We are so blessed to live in a wonderful community such as this.
The Baker Family
Family says thanks
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