To the Editor:
We would publicly like to thank those we know, and those we have never met, for the outpouring of love and support shown to us following our family tragedy on April 23rd. Thank you to our first responders for their heroic efforts: Northboro Police, Northboro Fire, and UMass Memorial. Thank you to all of our mom’s friends who guide us as we resume our lives.
Sincere gratitude is also extended for continued support of our family: TJX Companies (corporate), Commercial Refrigeration Specialists, Inc., Donna Reidy, Esq., with Gould & Ettenberg; Northborough Brigade; Why Me Meal Train; Northborough Helping Hands; June David-Fors (NFYS); AVRTHS Administrators; E.L. Harvey & Sons (Westboro); those who take care of our pets – you know mom loved them all; “Amazon fairies” who provide supplies just as we need them.
Also: Jonathan Sambuchi (GoFundMe Page organizer), and to each and every person or organization who so generously contributed to it. Every dollar is much appreciated and will help us move forward. Other fundraisers or support: Greg Hill Foundation/Hill Man Morning Show (WAAF); Carlson Family; June 23rd Celebration of Life organizers, food/raffle contributors and raffle participants; faculty and staff: AVRTHS, Melican, Zeh and Peaslee Schools – your various types of contributions have kept us afloat. Thank you.
Special appreciation to: Hudson: Tighe-Hamilton Funeral Home, Horseshoe Pub, Hudson Elks, Extra Space Storage; Northboro: Wegmans store management team/District Manager; also: Karen Avila (friend/organizer of memorial butterfly release), Kings Highway; we thank you for your abundantly generous outpouring of support.
Special thanks to: Northboro Town Clerk’s Office; additional families who have provided us with delicious meals – your efforts mean so much. Also: our family and friends who have continued to be there for us each and every day.
We wish we could thank each one of you personally. Please know that we are truly and forever grateful to every one of you. Your thoughts and kind actions will never be forgotten. We are fortunate to be part of such a supportive and caring community.
The Blasko Family