Thank you to angels in

My husband and I would like to acknowledge and thank the angels living and working in our community.


My husband and I would like to acknowledge and thank the angels living and working in our community.

On Saturday June 2, we were given the devastating news that our baby, due to arrive in August, had passed away.

The maternity ward nursing staff, the ultrasound technician, Dr. Haskins, and Dr. Jakubec were able to help us deliver a perfect sleeping baby boy, Monday June 4.

Words can’t express our gratitude for the compassion, support, and understanding we received.

In these days of sorrow our families, friends, and people from all walks of life comfort us.

To the mums I was joining on this journey of summer babies, I want to tell you how excited I am for you.

Hold them close, and we will join you in this blessing another time.

To the staff and clients of Pharmasave, I thank you for your understanding while my husband and I leave to heal.

We will be back with you in the fall.

Smithers is a unique town, it seems everyone knows everyone, perhaps not always by name but often by recognition of being part of the same community.

We thank all those around us for their understanding and kind words in our time of need.

Thank you and take care.

Carly & Nick Rosger




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