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A New Home Estate Sales
Hackettstown, NJ 07840
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Lake Hopatcong, NJ 07849
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Sue N.February 2014
Honest and caring people!
Dear Susan and Stan,
I have actually been meaning to write this email for quite some time, but my daily life keeps getting in the way. Smile I would like to share my experience with others who may be considering your services; you may feel free to use this as a “Letter of Recommendation” and also share my email address should they wish to contact me for further information. As you may remember, my parents lived in Allentown, were well traveled and had a very active social life resulting in quite a number of collectible items. Contributing to this as well was the fact that my father had many, many varied interests and this also led to more items of interest. All this in no small part to the fact that he had held the position of Captain in the U.S. Navy and remained in the Naval Reserves until his death in 2002. My parents also made Washington, D.C. their home for 8 years while my father served as an Assistant Secretary of Navy, most of which was during John Warner’s tenure. The items they collected were not just there to look at, but were beloved treasures they never tired of sharing and talking about. My father even wrote articles for The Pottsville Republican and the Allentown Morning Call regaling in stories about current events as well as during the wars he served in (WWII, Korean War and Viet Nam), although in an advisory capacity during the Viet Nam era. It was with great sadness that we had to let go of my parents’ life treasures (as you also remember many collectibles were given to museums), but what I most want people to know is the reverence in which you handled and researched so many of the items. Indeed, based on your unselfish urging, there were a couple of letters and deeds given to historical organizations. What we did give up for sale was priced honestly and fairly by you after I know you spent many hours researching.
Last, but not least, was the fact that we live in Florida and whomever we employed to conduct the sale of estate items had to have our complete and utter trust. You certainly proved to be very worthy of our trust; you never let us down nor did we ever doubt your honesty. You were more than we hoped for and I want you to feel free to use any part of the email as a testament to our complete satisfaction in selecting you to represent and handle our parent’s estate.
Sincerely, Sue N
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