The Valdosta Daily Times
Editor's Note: Every Wednesday in 2013, the Times is only publishing raves.
Rave to the heart surgery center at SGMC. I had heart surgery last week and the service there was excellent. They said they strive for a 5. I give them a 6. Thank you so much, SGMC!
Raves to the Valdosta Board of Education for hiring Marty Roesch for new superintendent. That was a stroke of genius.
A big thank you to the gentleman who led me in his truck to Harrington Funeral Home on Friday. I was not sure where it was and he helped me find it to attend the wake of a family member of a dear friend of mine. Thank you for that.
A big rave to our PJ’s at Moody and the National Geographic series that comes on Monday nights at 10 p.m. It makes you very humble. We are very proud of them.
Rave to the nice gentleman who helped me last Thursday on the 84 exit. My car stalled and he took the time to make sure I got safely out of the way of traffic. So glad to know that we still have caring people out there!
My aunt is here from Alabama and had a low tire light on and went to Ray Norton Tire and Auto. While she was there, Jim helped her. He reset her low tire light for her and cleaned her windshield. Now that is what I call customer service.
Jeff who works for Kinsey Heating and Air is very professional and does great work. Thank you, Kinsey, for hiring such a sweet wonderful guy as Jeff.
A big thank you to Debra at South Georgia Regional Library who went beyond her duty to help me find information on Braille for my grandson at school. Thank you very much.
A big shout out to Len Robbins for his Sunday column in which he exposes the shams that are HB 1133 and now, HB 140. I will be contacting my state legislators as well, Mr. Robbins.
I just want to say great job to the Valdosta City Schools for choosing Marty Rosech as new superintendent.
A big rave to Valdosta for the new road and traffic light near the Drury Inn. That is such an improvement. Many, many thanks and many, many raves.
Mega raves to the nurses on duty at Smith Northview on Feb. 26, working in pre-admissions, recovery, and post-op outpatient services. Their excellent care and concern made an unpleasant procedure bearable. Thank you all.