Thank you for support

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Dear Whitefish community,

There will never be a way to thank you all enough for the love, prayers, support and generosity we have received during this difficult time. When we were deciding to move to Whitefish, one of the selling points was the sense of community. It has been an amazing blessing to have all of you rally around us. Knowing that we are not alone has made a huge difference. We have been overwhelmed by your kindness and giving hearts.

There are not many towns like Whitefish. Brian loved living here and he loved Montana. It was his happy place. He longed to be here years before we moved. Being here will not be the same without him, but this community has made this a safe place for us to stay as we find a new normal.

Thank you all very much for caring for us in so many ways. We will never forget everything that you have done for us.

With gratitude,

The Lazorishaks

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