Rave: Thanks to Bellingham auto shop for helping daughter

COURTESY TO THE BELLINGHAM HERALDJuly 13, 2014 

On June 22, I received a mother's worst nightmare, after hearing that my child, Ashey Racey, and her car were broken down in and around Bellingham without any family, money or help. I was beside myself with extreme worry and pain, not being in the area to help her, and most of all to protect her. Please I cried, God please protect her. He did.

After contacting an auto repair business called Sterling Automotive in Bellingham, the owner, Sterling Fisher, arranged quick towing for the car and her to be delivered to his shop in safety.

My heart rejoiced after hearing her voice and the laughter behind her repairing her car, and him, extending credit.

To all of you who have children or have felt my pain of worry and stress concerning the safety of your child, hear me. Sterling Fisher of Sterling Automotive in Bellingham is the guarding angel of Whatcom County. How very proud of him you should be. Very honest. Go see him.

- Christine Heimbigner and Ronald Slater of Cleelum, Washington, via letters to the editor

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