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Political hot flashes – Longmont Times-Call


Firestone was once considered a sleepy mining suburb of Denver. That was what attracted The Mr. and me to build our house 23 years ago this coming Thanksgiving. During these years we witnessed many changes in our quiet community. Some have been challenges, but most have been positive.

Betty Heath

Not long after we set our roots down we both retired from work, but not from living. George became involved in town politics, and I chose to volunteer with the St. Vrain Valley School District assisting students with their reading and learning how to write from their hearts. For George the political scene enabled him to expand his life’s calling of helping people find assistance when they experienced serious challenges in their lives.

He definitely was the politician in the family, giving so much of himself to others that I insisted he leave politics in the garage with the car. Our home became our sanctuary, and we honored it by filling it with love and…

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