I would like to commend Key Peninsula Fire Dept. for their help, above and beyond the call of duty. They work hard and risk their lives and still find time to assist on the Key.
My mom came out to live with me in 2004. She kept falling and “the boys,” as she called them, came up to help here. Frannie was a character and they always made her laugh.
The apple did not fall far from the tree, as they say, and soon I was calling to be lifted from the floor myself. First it was the front door landing caving in, and then the back porch.
Firefighter Robert Fisher is the man of the hour when he volunteered to repair the wooden back porch. He arrived at 11 a.m. and stayed till late afternoon. He helped with the roof, backyard porch and lumber replacement and cleanup the next day, with the assistance of his fellow firefighters.
Men and women of KPFD are blessed and fearless fighters. I am one of the many senior citizens who appreciates what they do.
Carolyn Abbot, Gig Harbor
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