Thank you from grieving family

2011-08-28T10:00:00Z Thank you from grieving family missoulian.com
August 28, 2011 10:00 am

The family of Alex Pak wishes to extend our heartfelt gratitude to all those involved in the recovery of Alex and the attempt to bring him back to us.

The Missoula County Sheriff's Department, Missoula County Search and Rescue, Chaplin Chuck Lee, the entire staff of Community Medical Center's emergency room, the individuals who were in the water for so long searching. To the young man with a tattoo that read "Leo," we didn't get your name that night, but we thank you from the bottom of our hearts for your tireless effort to find Alex.

We want to thank Garden City Funeral Home for making this journey just a little bit more bearable. To Dan Nagel and the congregation at Alliance Church, we cannot thank you enough for all you have done for us. We are indebted to you all.

To the staff of Meadow Hill Middle School, how can we convey the depths of our gratitude for all you did to make Alex's reception such a wonderful time for his friends and family?

To our family, friends and neighbors, the outpouring of support and love has been truly humbling. You can never know how your gestures of comfort have impacted our family.

To all who helped in our time of need, we would be honored to serve you a complimentary meal at our family restaurant, The River Wok at 624 E. Broadway. Please stop by so that we can thank you each in person.

Jennie Pak, Missoula

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