Many helped Kenai family deal with traumatic accident

Posted: Thursday, March 24, 2005

Our family would like to send a huge thank you to those near and far from us. We are very fortunate to have received such immediate responses, prayers, support and donations when we needed it the most. In October 2004, a traumatic accident affected our family, and many devoted friends, family and Alaska communities entered our lives. Many people came to comfort us through our medical emergencies, caring for our children and securing our home. We are forever grateful and honored you have entered our lives.

With faith and positive thoughts, we send special thanks to all of you: Angela and Paul Lorenzo, Tim and Charlene Johnson and family, Cooper Landing Emergency Response Team, Alaska Regional Hospital, Life Support Team from Anchorage, CPGH ER team, Alaska State Troopers, Soldotna police, Alaska Native Medical Center (Dr. Kohler), UWMC-Seattle, 8 North Rehab Team, Rehab Without Walls (Gentiva), Alaska Family Hospice, Frontier Community Services, Kenai Medical Center (Dr. Hansen), Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Dr. Todd Boling and staff, CPGH Physical Medicine Team (Kenai), Dr. Rosen, Dr. Shawn Hadley, Nikiski-North Star Elementary students and staff, Nikiski Middle-High School administration, students and families; Nikiski High School athletic department (Ned Clooten); Grace Christian High School wrestling team and families; Anchorage Christian Schools wrestling team and families; Corporate Express (Shaina, Sasha and Kara); Cook Inlet Lighting (Steve, Kari and Joe); Geneva Woods;

Kenai Vision Center (Mary), Rick's Barber Shop, Kristie Leaf of State Farm Insurance, Kenai Auto Body, True North Federal Credit Union, First National Bank of Anchorage Kenai offices, Wild Man Towing, Peninsula Clarion, aunty Noni, aunty Candygirl and uncle Mark; Tony and Jackie Garcia and girls; King and Bernie; Jeanne, Dan and Jared Wheeler; Glen and Charlie Yamada and Ohana; uncle Kenny and Tyler Yamada; Glenda Johnson; Rosalie Elliott and family; Jennifer Hill and family; Jeannette Skinner and family; Linda and Brian Spotts and kids; Rocky Demello and Ohana; Karen Anderson; Leann and Tom McCaughey and boys; Kelly Reilly and family; Hannah Thompson and family; Ralph, Kekoa and Rainey Albino; Chris and Lori Every; Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development Kenai Work Services; Kenai Peninsula Job Center; North Road Wrestling Team (Panthers); Lance Penhale; Jared Stephen Mazurek; Joshua Ball; Nikiski Volunteer Emergency Response Team; Valerie Schwenke and family; Anthony Lorenzo; Tab Key Jr.; Zech Hemphill; Scott and Katie Hardwick and family; Gross Ohana; Lavea Ohana; Chenoweth Ohana; Uncle Perry and Sepa; Hill Ohana; Michelle Bucho; Amanda Every;

Alicia Bennett of ACS Schools; Regina Corpuz; Bob Thomas; Eustacia Tumbaga; Fely and Isaac Kahalewai and family; Froilan Corpuz and family; Ralph Sr. and Pamela Albino; Albert and Lucy Pu; Louridel Corpuz and family; Delfin Corpuz and family; Julita and Feliz Igarta and family; Margaret Blount; Verna and Hailama Bright; Keala and Kimo Paleka and Ohana; Steven and Haili Ignacio and Ohana; Racquel and Ryan Aikala and Ohana; Mollie Corpuz and family; aunty Lynn and uncle Mo Mori; Jamie Lynn and Joshua Mori; Grandma Joann Machin; Roxie, Markie and Dale Miller; and the Ramada Inn staff at Northgate Seattle.

We are sorry if we forgot anyone. We are home now, and welcome you to visit or call to say hello. We are convinced that Alaska truly is a blessed place to call home.

Mahalo (thank you) and happy Easter to everyone.

Fred, Evan, Justin, Jayden and Li'i Tumbaga, Kenai

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