Chuck’s tale one of God’s great care of his children | Letter
Editor, The Beacon:
This is a letter to Beacon columnist Chuck Sigars:
I feel I know you. I don’t ordinarily write to newspapers, but your column of June 12 inspired me [“Too close to home,” The Beacon, Chuck’s World, page 5].
I’m a mother of six, grandmother of 16 and great-grandmother of 17, so I am an old coot.
Two of my girls went to Seattle Pacific University, and one has taught at King’s Schools for 36 years.
Your tale of the shooting at the college was, to one, a tale of God’s great care of his children, your wife being one of them! God bless you both.
A crazy habit of mine is to save the best for last, the letters I open, the books I read, the food I eat.
Your column is the last thing I read in The Beacon. I’m 84 years old, and I know when I read quality, down-to-earth goodness in writing.