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.
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 peggy@prokowall 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. ,
Did you know that Proko-Wall Funeral Home and the Proko-Wall staff have been recognized recently for their contributions to our community? Bob Walczyk was awarded the Faith that Works Award by the Green Bay Diocese and the Compass Newpaper for his devotion to caring for the members of the Green Bay community. Bob's drive to assist people who are grieving with the quarterly newsletter Tomorrow, widows' and widowers' bus trips, and seasonal ceremonies as well as his contributions to Catholic charities earned him the nomination. He was humbled and surpirsed by the recogntion. The funeral home was also nominated for the Cornerstone Award by the Green Bay Chamber of Commerce. The Cornerstone Award recognizes a local company that has demonstrated growth in employees and service since its inception. Additionally itl shows active participation in the business and community and should make an impact on the local comunity with involvement in volunteerism. Finally, the funeral was a finalist in the Best of the Bay Awards. We take extreme pride in our community and are dedicated to serving it. Thank you, Green Bay!