Letter: Thanks for taking care of our mom

To the gentlemen who helped our mother, we wish you many blessings and continued kindness. Your karma is good.

To the editor:

Angels among us.

On behalf of our mother and her family, we would like to thank the two gentlemen who came to her rescue.

Our 82-year-old mother was out walking on the afternoon of Oct. 23 when she fell. Two men passing by came to her immediate aid. One man driving the other walking.

They helped her up and assessed her injuries, which turned out to be minor. The man with the truck drove her home and made sure she was safe.

He later tried to phone our mother but couldn’t get through. Because of her anxious state she had given him the wrong number. He then drove over to her home to again make sure she was alright.

To the gentlemen who helped our mother, we wish you many blessings and continued kindness. Your karma is good.

G. Wilson on behalf of the Wilson girls,

Kelowna

 

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