There are still people who will lend a helping hand
To the editor:
My name is Tim Ruggieri. I am a World War II veteran. One day, I was in Sharp Shopper. Some people asked how I was doing and I replied that there was some spring chores around the house I was no longer able to do.
This got back to the manager of Sharp Shopper Rod Overdorff. He showed up at my door and asked “What can I do to help you?”
He started by trimming my bushes and after clearing up the mess, he then asked was there anything else. He then got a ladder and cleaned rain gutters and my chimney. After doing all of this, he said “if you need me for anything, call me anytime.”
You don’t find many people willing to give up their time to help one another. I would like to thank Rod for everything he did and wanted people to know there are still people out there willing to lend a helping hand.