May 3, 2002

Dear Penny,

Just a little note to see how you are doing, and to let you know we were thinking of you. I know you are a busy lady, but just thought I would try to make your day a little brighter by letting you know how much we appreciate you. I really don’t know where we would be if you had not come into our lives! GOD does work in mysterious ways, right? I remember when we were one phone call away from losing our Tow Truck. Robert has worked so hard to keep this business that it would have been heartbreaking to him. No matter how I asked for the company to eliminate the repo fee, that guy just kept on telling me that we would still have to come up with the extra fee, even when the truck was not repossessed. All it took was one phone call from you, and like magic he was a different person, he even called back to reassure us that he would honor your request and offer. You were able to negotiate with him as well as help us get the money to pay him off.

What a Blessing you and the guys have been in our lives, no amount of words can ever express our gratitude for all the help and trust you gave us. Thank you from the bottom of my heart, and know that you and the guys will forever be in our prayers. If anyone wants to hear this true testimony, just tell them to call us. We will be more than happy to tell them how only one conversation with you worked a miracle for us!

Well, Penelope (as that man called you) but to us you are Penny. I do hope you are well. I know it has been hard for you with the loss of your brother, knowing what it feels like to lose someone that close, because my brother passed away almost 5 years ago, an I still miss him dearly. Don’t you ever wish we could just turn the hands of time for just one more day with them in our lives? But my trust in the Lord has helped me go on one day at a time! Especially when people like you come into our lives. Lots of hugs from the Rodriguez family and please continue with your “heart” work!

Love,

Robert and Chris Rodriguez
Gear Jammer Wrecker Service