Corsicana Daily Sun, Corsicana, Texas

Opinion

February 8, 2013

Letters to the Editor 2/9/13

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Appreciates care

To the Editor: My husband was recently in Navarro Regional Hospital...

We were both a little worried. No need.

He went in through the Emergency Room. Within 15 minutes of arrival, he was put in a treatment room. Less than an hour later, he had already had a CT scan, chest  x-ray,  central line IV and cath on board. He was admitted and moved to a room within three hours of arrival.

The ER staff was really great. Same goes for all the staff on second floor. He was in for six days, and the treatment he received never wavered. He was treated with respect dignity and compassion.  

I just want to let you all know, they were awesome.  

Thank you to all the staff, you are appreciated. Bless you all for our minds and his pain.

Donna Picone

Proud of Scholten

To the Editor: Corsicana can be proud of her native daughter, Ashley Scholten, who is currently serving as President of the Student Government Association for Junior Colleges.  

Her address on the capitol steps was well thought out and touches on many issues that affect our college students today.  

She is to be congratulated for being our ambassador from Corsicana. It is not often that a local citizen can make a state-wide impact on issues and Ashley has certainly done that.

 Paul Tannehill

Corsicana

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