Thank you for the community support

We would like to express our sincerest thanks for the outpouring of love and support shown to us since Brayden Gale’s tragic accident.

Thank you to a wonderful community,

We would like to express our sincerest thanks for the outpouring of love and support shown to us since Brayden Gale’s tragic accident. Our loss has touched many, and the community has come to our side; from the generous support of our coworkers at the CVRD and Crofton Pulp Mill as well as countless friends and family. So many thoughtful and caring individuals, you have all touched us in heartfelt ways.

We would also like to thank the bystanders at the scene for everything they did and tried to do for Brayden, and again thank you to the all the emergency service personnel for your efforts and support.

Brayden will never be forgotten, nor will the support that we received from our community.

Thank you all so much.

 

Laura Robertson,

Duane Gale and families

Cowichan

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