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Thank you V.A. staff

I am an 84-year-old-fart veteran who would like to offer a pat on the back to the doctors and nursing staff at the Spokane V.A. hospital.

We never seem to hear about all the wonderful service that they give us, and so, thanks you guys and gals for your service. I guess we don’t say it often enough, in this day and age. Your success stories do not appear to be news-worthy items.

I would like to offer a virtual toast and thumbs-up to my personal nurse and doctor who always send me away feeling better.

Thanks and hugs to you taxpayers whose financial contributions allow the V.A. hospitals to continue taking care of those who stand in the breach for you.

Johnny Vaughn

Nine Mile Falls


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