Letters to the Editor August 9-12, 2008
The Krajeski Family is deeply touched by the outpouring of support and love on behalf of the community for our loss our hearts are deeply consoled. We greatly appreciate the assistance extended to us in our time of need. We especially wish to thank our dear friends who aided in the orchestration of a beautiful memorial – all those who attended to celebrate the life of JoAnn Tolboe Krajeski touched our hearts.
After her passing, those who have come forward expressing their deep connection to our Mother and Wife have given us a further appreciation of the graciousness of our dearly departed: her compassion touched the lives of countless individuals and the community at large.
One of her many passions was gardening. We believe this quote from a preferred author, Paulo Coehlo, personifies a life well lived, though not lived long enough:
"In his or her life, each person can take one of two attitudes: to build or to plant. Builders may take years over their tasks, but one day they will finish what they are doing. Then they will stop, hemmed in by their own walls. Life becomes meaningless once the building is finished.
Those who plant suffer the storms and the seasons and rarely rest. Unlike a building, a garden never stops growing. And by its constant demands on the gardeners attentions, it makes the gardeners life a great adventure".
Though our heart may be broken, we take comfort in the love expressed for JoAnn, heretofore "the Patron Saint of the Arts in Park City."
We also wish to express our profound sadness for the Rogers Family they occupy our thoughts daily.
The Krajeski family
Now at the most crucial time in the history of our countries appetite for oil and our demand to change does Congress chose to walk out of their job without addressing the energy crises.
Their inability to renew the clean energy tax credits means that government incentive programs to support the solar and wind industries will expire at the end of the year. Jobs will be lost.
Americans can generate 100 percent of our electricity from clean sources within 10 years if the Republicans don’t stagnate innovation to keep their Big Oil Masters happy and in their back pockets. Patrick S. Lovell
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