Kent Nielson: Community support through our loss |

Kent Nielson: Community support through our loss

To the editor:

We would like to take this opportunity to thank Craig, the surrounding communities and the people that live in this great area. As many of you know, William Kole Nielson was in a traffic accident Dec. 11 and lost his life. It was almost immediate the response Kole’s family received. We as a family tried to keep track of all of the calls, cards, Facebook messages, food, money, thoughts, prayers, plants, flowers, etc. that we received, and it was overwhelming. We lost track of so many of these things. We were getting items at Kent and Cindel’s house and at Kole and Britany’s house. Hopefully, you will forgive us if you don’t get a personal thank you.
Thanks to many of you, Kole’s daughters Briley and Bailey had a great Christmas.
We would like each of you to know that we have a loving Heavenly Father and a Savior Jesus Christ that loves us and helps each of us cope with such a tragedy.
We know that thanks, isn’t enough, but that’s all we have to offer at this time.


Kent, Cindel, Britany, Briley, Bailey, Kenneth, Melanie, Kiel, Amy, Klein and Natasha Nielson

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