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Body shop guy handy guy to know

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I had an appointment at the Health Science Hospital so my husband decided to go in the underground parking.

He had never before tried it. Now he was driving his 4X4 truck and had a hard time parking in the tight space. As he drove around a bend, his mirror hooked on to a post and broke off. We parked, and he was about to snip the wire to the mirror to remove it, when a car came to park beside us. The gentleman immediately came to hubby’s rescue. He knew a way to remove the mirror without cutting any wires.

As I chatted with his wife, she commented, "How lucky could you be to park beside a body shop guy." She added, "We never come in here with our truck because it’s too hard to do."

I asked her, "Do you work here?"

She responded, "No, he comes here for treatments!"

Wow. How kind of him to take the time and effort to do this kindness for us. God bless him.

— Joyce Cornelsen

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