Final ThoughtsJune 11, 2012
As we close out this chapter of Jericho Coffee, we first off, need to say thank you to the many friends and family who helped with the hours of dia-assemblying, packing, storing, cleaning, sign removal (Dennis Fussell… can’t thank you enough… big job!), loading and unloading and fitting it all into a 10 x 20 foot storage space… what is and was the workings and mechanics of Jericho.
The real life of Jericho will always be in the people who came through the door whether it be customers, friends, family, or members of the Jericho team, it is the people that came that brought Jericho to life and they will be the biggest part of the story. This was just the first chapter and we know that God has a bigger plan… there strongis/strong more to come. Even though we have no clue as to what that will be or what form it will take, Jericho will live on.
Hands and Feet… hearts and souls that went into our final page for this chapter:
Jerry Scott, Dave Toth, Marina Smith, Dan Custodio, Elaine amp; Pete Gazzolo, Dennis Fussell, Dick amp; Betty Shave (Gram amp; PaPa), sons Nathan amp; Jared Harmon, Jess Bley, Linda Fitzgerald, son James Woods, Deb amp; Mike Haag, Kevin Freymeyer, Skip Donelson, John Freeman, James Croci and fiance Laurie, John amp; Jinny Wickeraad and Tina, Miss Laura Davis who was one of the first on our team, Chris amp; Gary McAnally, Chuck Nielsen, Eric Euren, and Mike McCartney (the blister). ~Sheri amp; Franc Woods
We can’t thank you enough. I didn’t think we could get it all done in one day, but you made it happen! Wow!
As to what’s next, we’re keeping our hearts still for a bit and try and discern what God has planned. Time to rest and heal, time to shed a tear or two, then it will be time to move on.
Thanks to ALL our customers, now new friends, who supported us through the years with prayers and their patronage. We love each and every one of you and appreciate your continued prayers as we seek out God’s will for the next chapter.
Your Humble Servants in Christ
Franc amp; Sheri Woods