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Letter to the Editor
Thursday, April 18, 2013, 8:55 p.m.
 

I live in Charleston, S.C., recently designated the “friendliest city.” After my recent stay in Greensburg, I believe AAA may need to revisit that statement.

My sister-in-law was in Excela Health Westmoreland Hospital. There was nothing I needed or asked for that was not immediately done. She was treated with compassion and respect and all her needs were promptly met.

In stores, service stations and everywhere I went, I was met with open acceptance, courtesy and an attitude that should make everyone proud. I was freely given directions and advice and guided to whatever I needed. I left with a full heart and I treasure the attitude and compassion I received.

Thank you, Greensburg.

Margaret Lentz

Charleston, S.C.

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