Letter to the editor: Rubright family appreciates all

To a Loving Community: Cathy and I were taken back by so many people attending Deane’s celebration of life. All walks of life were brought together no matter what their status was. It showed the impact Deane had on people. He embraced us all in ways we had no idea. If he could be here, he would broaden his smile, open his arms, wrap around us all.
The day was bright as his smile, the air as clear as his voice. As he would say, “It will all be O.K.” The stories were so many as to Deane’s generosity. Paris from Fire and Ice, who, after donating so much, said it best, “Jim, it’s payback to Deane.” Rick from Mr. Ups also expressed his love for Deane. Holmes Jacobs from Two Brothers embraced their long, cherished friendship, and Stacy from Pratt’s Store shared their support, and so many more. We are so thankful. All those who sent flowers, plants, and food, we all appreciated it from the bottom of our family’s heart.
What a special community we all live in. The Rubright family will always be grateful.
Jim and Cathy Rubright and family

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