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Margaret W., Washington, DC

Posted by on May 12, 2015  /   Posted in

Dear Pure,
Sue Scheff gave us honest information about programs that helped our extended family find an appropriate placement for a teen relative going thru a difficult time. She guided us gently in the right direction and helped every step of the way. She never pushed her opinion or gave unsolicited advice, but she was available when approached. She showed her integrity by consistently updating the information she provided on programs. Sue has been very patient and generous with her time. She walked me thru the process and helped me see the triumphs and accept the setbacks. In these troubling times, it is a source of great comfort to know that people like Sue exist. She is dedicated to helping families. She is also a devoted mother who puts a great deal of positive energy into raising her own children as a single parent. Although I haven’t yet met Sue in person, I have had contact with her by phone and by e-mail for more than a year. She has been an ongoing source of support and inspiration. She speaks from the heart and from her own experience. Her motivation is to do good. She is serving the community and the nation. She is saving lives and families. She is a hero to our family and others.

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