What started as a crazy idea to load an enclosed trailer with diapers, wipes and formula for those affected by the recent hurricanes grew into a fully loaded 53’ semi trailer full of hurricane relief supplies for Texas and Florida.
None of it would have been possible without the support provided by so many.
We can’t say how thankful we are to live in such a generous town where the idea of helping your neighbor is still alive and well. Trunk loads, and truck loads and multiple trips and countless prayers and so much kindness.
Wow, just wow.
It would be impossible to thank everyone who helped but these businesses and individuals easily came to mind. Thank you thank you thank you for your help!
Stock Transport, NOTS Logistics, PrintCrazee, STC Warehouse, Southern Illinois Beverage, Dollar General, Krogers, Southside, The Diner, Little Nashville, Buretta’s, Sisco, Lee’s Variety, Kesel Hardware, Lutz Agency, Get Wells Vet Clinic, Mid County Feed and employees, NCHS students (who rock! – never think things are lost with our youth because after seeing them helping, we’re going to be just fine), Mrs. Bond, Mrs. Goosetree, Terry Disper and the NCHS office staff, Alex Haglund and The Nashville News, Travis Volz and The Okawville Times, Ethan Edwards (who’s tow motor skills were life saving), Rod and Emily Ibendahl, Washington County Ministerial Alliance and local churches, Carole Moeller, Tina and Megan Smith (who worked every shift, every day of collection), Peggy Ruehl, Connie Frerker, Chris Frerker, Scott and Spencer Ruehl, Miss Becky’s Daycare parents and employees.
As a side note, Stock Transport was featured in People magazine for their humble spirit in helping so many in need – 30 trailers and counting. And if you would like to continue to help, you can visit “Stock the Trailer” Go Fund Me account to help offset transportation costs.