Truly Golden

A local resident says thanks as they move on in life.

Although I am feeling much anticipation, excitement and delight in regards to our upcoming move, my heart aches while saying good-bye to a wonderful community. Our family has been privileged to call Golden home for some time and we would like to pay tribute to this magical place and its terrific residents.

Thank you to all our loving and caring friends who have stood by us through both happy and challenging times. Golden cares, and shows time and time again how members in our community support each other; a fine leadership skill to be proud of.

It never seizes to amaze me how much Golden has to offer with the many talented and accomplished people living here.

Both, as a mother of two kids, and through my work and personal interests, I have had the opportunity to participate in many different activities and circles.

I have been fortunate to have enjoyed a versatile lifestyle in a peaceful and safe environment while raising my children and exploring new ventures.

Thank you to my clients and colleagues who have supported and enabled my vision in creating evolving marketing solutions for a variety of local entrepreneurs.

Golden – you are remarkable! We will keep you close to our hearts, spread the word on how incredible life in a small BC mountain town is, and keep returning to our cherished outdoor playground.

Gratefully yours,

Barbara Ulrich (Perception Advertising & Consulting) and

Eva & Lea Kinzel

 

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