If you would like to make a contribution to Coe's List...I will make a deposit, then select someone on the list in need, make a contribution in your honor, send you a copy of the check and information so you can be assured that your hard-earned money is going to someone or something worthy. Or you can direct me as to who you would like to receive it. All accounting will be made. Feel confident with me that you are doing a wonderful thing. Make your check payable to:
9660 Granite Ridge Drive
San Diego, CA 92123
A Message from Coe
To all of the unsung heroes who help out on their own that I am not aware of... I want to make sure you know how much I appreciate you and KGB appreciates you and your kindness. Thank you for helping a fellow listener and human being out there in a most difficult time. You are a real hero. And don't forget the animals caught in this crossfire. Please go to your local shelters and adopt if you can.
Hey friends...with your purchase of a "I'm a Coe's List Hero" shirt (made by our great friends at JAMES GANG PRINTING)...your tax deductible $20 donation goes right into Coe's List which directly helps San Diegans and animals in need. The needs are endless and I can't do it without you. Please send your check payable to:
c/o KGB-FM 9660 Granite Ridge Drive, CA 92123 THANK YOU THANK YOU!!
Good Morning Lovely Lady!
Thank you so much for anything you can do. Chris is in the Production Test Manufacturing field. He was a supervisor for 19 yrs at Solar Turbines (a Catepillar co) and most recently was a Production Supervisor at Senior Aerospace. He comes from an Aviation Electrician background in the Navy and with Solar, they would build up those huge turbines that supply power (Hawaii uses one for the island... ). I've enclosed two of his resumes...one an overall professional resume and the other a technical one.
Special Note: We just took in another pup from the shelter. All the shelters are way beyond capacity and my rescue group put out an emergency call to all of us fosters as they were bailing over 35 dogs yesterday alone. The numbers are always high, but they are so over flowing they are having to make some tough decisions, hence the emergency. Miss Pammy told me that the Humane Society itself has over 650 cats and the shelters have over 500 - that is just crazy!! They have lowered their adoption costs to almost nothing ($5 for cats over 7 months) because it is dire to get these dogs/cats into loving homes. Please let the listeners know...
Thank you from the bottom of my heart... :-)
CLICK HERE for Chris' Technical Resume. (requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)