Roxane Nalty: With heartfelt gratitude
I would like to extend my heartfelt thanks to all who have supported me since the passing of my sister, Julie Nalty. Julie was known to many as the manager of the Craig City Market. To me, she was my sister, my best friend, my rock.
First, thank you to all who helped us that day on the hillside near Toponas. I don’t remember everyone’s name, and I am sorry for that, but you all helped me through the most difficult day of my life. “Thank you” is so inadequate to express what I feel.
Thank you is again so inadequate to say to Chuck and Vicky Hamblin. They were there that day, as they have been every minute since it happened. But thank you, my friends; whatever I can do for you, I will.
To City Market, for all their support, from the people in the store to the president of Kroger, I thank you, one and all. To the people of the Craig City Market, you’re the best. Special thanks to Recena for telling a story on Julie at the service and for the beautiful flowers. City Market may have paid for some of them, but you made all of the arrangements from the heart. They were beautiful.
I thank the people of Craig and surrounding communities for your attendance at her memorial service. Your cards and your thoughts and prayers are all appreciated, not just by me, but by her son, Matt, and all the Nalty family.
There will be a service in Denver on Saturday, Sept. 23, and anyone who might like to attend is welcome. It will be at Red Rocks Church, 7100 Wadsworth in Arvada at 9:30 in the morning.
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The Northwest Colorado unit of the Colorado Schools and Public Employees Retirement Association will be holding a meeting at the Moffat County School District Board Room at 7 p.m. May 22.