Here are some of my favorite comments on our website from last week’s True Story
, which was about my Dallas PD days and the death of a friend. By the way, if you have missed any of the previous stories, you can find them all here: https://www.carprousa.com/special-series-true-stories-from-a-former-car-dealerMichael Ross:
Wow. Would you have ever imagined back in the day when you were serving Dallas, that one day you would be serving so many across the nation, but this time as our friend at the car dealer? Keep up the great work, protecting consumers!Judy:
I listen to you often on the radio and think about how well you have done in life. But mostly I thank GOD for people like you who have walked the blue line with us and support us through thick and thin. A supporter who obtains all the facts before jumping to a conclusion as not always are things black and white in between those steps on the blue line, there is a lot of gray. And thank you for doing all the things you do to support my brothers and sisters of blue. WE HAVE LOST MANY A GOOD PERSON DURING OUR TENURE AND RON WAS ONE OF THEM. May you always be blessed and know your support is always appreciated. GOD bless you and pray for all of our first responders.
Wow, Jerry. What a touching story. Anyone working in public safety is at high risk of injury or death. My heartfelt thanks go out to all of them.Bill Banks:
Jerry, This is why we should remember to thank our first responders when we see them during our days or evenings on or off duty. Many times the Police came to my rescue during my teens, when I had low blood sugar events for my type one, which I still of course have. I did serve on my city’s C.D. in the early 60′ fire department, they were all very good people to work with, and helpful in training. Thank you so much for your articles.
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