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Special thanks goes out to the lovely Hotel Fredonia andSusan Pack Reentsfor allowing us to bring the kids Christmas gifts over to the hotel and conduct Santa’s workshop for two weeks!! The staff were accommodating and helpful each time we were there. You all were life savers… May God continue to bless you all!!!

Azleway Nacogdoches

Thank you so very much for sponsoring this year’s “Running of the Blooms”. We had a great turnout for our first year and look forward to growing this event over the years. We greatly appreciate your support and without you our event would not of been a success!

Nacogdoches Convention and Visitors Bureau

Thank you for what you did for the SLCU #36, also your hotel staff. We will never forget.

J. Tarver, WWII US Navy Veteran

The Team Ryan Benefit Banquet and Silent Auction was a great success, thanks to the support of the whole community.  More than 300 people came together to show love and support for the Davis family.  Bless those who so generously donated items for auction.  Your act of giving is an inspiration to us all.

A heartfelt “thank you” to Susan Pack Reents, owner of Hotel Fredonia, who generously donated the room, set up and all of the food.  Without you, this event would not have happened.  And thank you to Sarah [Kouliavtsev] of Hotel Fredonia, we appreciate all your hard work.

There are so many people that made this possible, each one as important as the next.  Most of all, we thank Jesus for teaching us how to love and care for one another.

Letter to the Editor, October 1, 2011

I want to thank you once more for all that you and your wonderful staff did for our World War II Veterans last month. They told me that this was their best reunion ever. Your generosity and the kindness shown to these American Heroes and their families is something that they’ll never forget! When they had their business meeting on the last day, they decided to come back here next year… God bless you and long-live Hotel Fredonia!

D. Stallings, WWII U.S. Navy SLCU #36 Reunion