Card of Thanks

Trujillo

Clorinda Trujillo and family would like to thank everyone for all the love, care and support during this tremendous loss of Carlos Trujillo.

A very grateful thank you to the kind poeple who stopped and helped at the scene of the accident.

The family would also like to especially thank the Pagosa Fire Protection District, the EMTs, Via Care Flight Unit, San Juan Regional Medical Center, the Pagosa Springs High School for the most beautiful service, La Quey Mortuary, Joanne Irons and Letitia Gallegos, Father Carlos and all the clergy, The Guadalupanas, the Honor Guard from Carson City, the American Legion, John Perea and Mike Martinez, the Rivas family for the beautiful music, and all the other people who participated and helped who we may have left out. Thank you.

We would also like to thank everyone for all the loving cards, beautiful flowers, the great food, and all your calls and your prayers of support. Carlos would have been very proud.

To the gentleman who came and gave Clorinda his coat, she would really appreciate it if you would contact her at (970) 731-6480. She would really like to thank you in person.

Thank you, all.

The Trujillo and Hart family

Harvest of Love

Our thanks for the donations received from individuals, Pagosa churches and area businesses, which allowed this event to happen. Our deepest thanks go out to Operation Christmas Child, the Power House H2O (Help to Others), Grace in Pagosa, Pagosa Bible Church, Restoration Fellowship, Our Savior Lutheran, Centerpoint, Immaculate Heart of Mary, The Salvation Army, Boy Scouts, Alco, McDonald’s, Dominos Pizza, Rainbow Gifts, Ponderosa Lumber, City Market, Dr. Gerlinde Ehni, Dr. Glenn Rutherford, Dr. John Matthews (Colorado Springs), Salvation Army, Hydro-cut, Mountain Home Sound and Security, Pagosa Photography, Hutch and Sons, The Source, Wyndham Pagosa, Humane Society Thrift Store of Durango, and videographers Jenny Low and Betsy Schur.

 We also appreciate the hard work done by the setup crew, the event volunteers, and the cleanup crew. It takes many hands and many hours to put this event together.

Nancy Burke