I do tend to gush — but gush, I must. 

Every day, I thank God for my many blessings, and yesterday was no exception. Not necessarily for the flat tire I had, but for my guardian angels. Not one, not two — but three deputy sheriffs had come to my rescue within about two minutes.

I’m sure my being surrounded by these officers — vehicles with flashing lights — it looked like a drug bust for those passing by. But no — led by Deputy Will Callcott, the shift supervisor, who was on his back in the blazing son; Deputy Chris O’Keeffe, handling the jack and other equipment; and Deputy Taylor Robertson guiding traffic around the scene — my angels had my spare tire on the car within minutes.

Yes, we are all blessed — especially in this community — to have such officers who help us and keep us safe every day, in every way.

Many thanks, guys, for helping through a crummy situation. Gush! Gush! I can’t gush enough.

Elaine Terrell, Kerrville

 

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