I received a copy of your newsletter in the mail today and as I was reading a thank you note from another family, I realized I never sent you a note! I wanted to reach out to let you know that I think funeral directors are unsung heroes. My mother passed away late on a Sunday evening and by the time the visitation took place on Friday and the funeral on Saturday, you had become part of our "family." The kindness and compassion you and your staff showed to our family was truly special. You made one of the most terrible events in our lives become more bearable and you helped us honor my mother in a way that was so meaningful. Your thoughtful touches, kind words and the steps you took to make things easier on our family will never be forgotten.
Thank you for all you did for us. We wish you, your staff and your family a wonderful holiday season and a happy new year.
Proko-Wall Funeral Home to Host Speaker Karyn Ruth White
Proko-Wall Funeral Home is proud to host guest speaker Karyn Ruth White on May 6th at the funeral home. White is a national motivational comedy keynote presenter from Laugh and Learn Prouductions in Denver, CO. Her sole mission is helping people use humor and laughter to work and live with less stress and more enthusiasm. Call 468-4111 and ask for Peggy George for more details.
Searching for Recipes
Proko-Wall Funeral Home is searching for recipes for our quarterly newsletter Tomorrow. The newsletter is one of the ways that Proko-Wall offers aftercare to families who are grieving the death of a loved one and adjusting to their new normal. Recipes should be for one or two people and suitable for people who have limited skills in the kitchen. Recipes have ranged from breakfast, to smoothies, from dinner for one to a tasty dessert. Peggy George awards a $25 gift card to cooks who submit a recipe that is published. Email Peggy at [email protected] or call 468-4111 to submit your recipe. Take a look at this quarter's recipe Quick Fruit and Oak Breakfast Bake. in the Spring 2019 edition of Tomorrow availabe at your local church, resource center or Proko-Wall Funeral Home. ,