I was at Polo Park along with my sister and our 95-year-old mother, on our way to my mother’s weekly hair appointment.
We were moving my mother from the car into a wheelchair when she collapsed onto the floor in front of the front seat. Despite our combined best efforts, we could not move her either into the wheelchair or back into the front seat.
We struggled for a while until all three of us were exhausted.
Along came a really nice fellow who explained that he worked at Deer Lodge. This wonderful man and his wife carefully lifted my mother back into the front seat and then went on their way.
I deeply regret that I do not recall their names. But thank you, thank you from the bottom of my heart.
— Rosanne Sutton