Tuesday, May 19, 2009


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We've uploaded a form letter that appears in the left sidebar of this blog. You may use this to email, fax, or send a priority overnight letter to your US Legislators. (Please feel free to personalize it!) The file is a Word 2003 document which can be edited with most versions of Word, including Word 2007. In the left sidebar, click the "FORM LETTER" link and save the file to your computer. Then open the file using MS Word.

Jeremy, you probably don't remember me, but I worked under you at the Marriott in Hospitality Express (2002). My name then was Abbie Saalfrank. I was pregnant with my first child at that time and was transferred to H.E. from Loss Prevention (preggo wasn't so intimidating....) Anyway, I just read your story in today's paper and am absolutely shocked. I cannot believe everything you've been through in the last several years! I don't even know the right words to express my feelings, so I won't even try at this point. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.
The article was great. Bob brought the paper with him to training. We shared it with the group so they could get a sense of what (more like who) they were missing. Not as good as having you there, but oh well...gotta do what you gotta do. Your walking spirit was there. I'd sent my e-mails before you created the form letter. Let me know how I and we (IRCIL) can provide more support. BIG HUG, India
Hi Jeremy. I'm Callan Campbell's mom. Callan and I were in NYC on 6/30 to bring attention to the fact that GM and the Obama administration intend to brush current tort victims aside in this process. Callan was on the CBS evening news along with Amanda Dinnigan.

I was on your site here looking for a form letter that we could build on to solicit support from our U.S. Senators and Representatives for the Jeremy Warriner Consumer Protection Act. I want to embark on a letter writing campaign complete with photos of my daughter.

Callan was injured in 2004 as a passenger in a low-speed GMC Jimmy rollover accident. The roof crush in on her and rendered her a quadriplegic. She did everything right, including wearing her seat belt. Her case has been going on since right after the crash and now she is left with no recourse if the bankruptcy judge goes along with the wishes of GM and the Obama administration.

"For the first time in my adult life, I'm ashamed of my country"

If you have a recommended letter to use for soliciting support for the bill, please post it. I want to be sure that our correspondence doesn't miss any important points.

Deb Glosek
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