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Kathryn W. Foster

Doug, you bring it all back perfectly. I remember friends assembling at our devastated house to put on some sort of makeshift roof for us and my boys and spouse not understanding why I had to go to work. Ironically, I was editing a "How to Repair" tab and a cobbled-together staff was waiting for me to lay out the book, etc. on deadline.

Tiffany Grantham

I want to thank The Herald and Doug for letting me bring my two sons in with me the night of the storm. They slept safely under humming computers while I worked on maps, and I know I spent some time on that couch!

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