I just wanted to take some time to thank one of the great human beings that does business and lives on the island; Don Clark.

His business, Miller's Landing, had been down to a kitchen fire for several months, but has now reopened. During the time his business was down, he paid his employees; but in order to get paid, the employees had to devote their time to help a nonprofit in need of assistance.

Don, your leadership in a time you were working on getting your business reopened is an inspiration to all. Your gesture is a great model for all of us to follow. Thank you for being a such a great boss and humanitarian to your employees, and thank you for the pride you give us knowing you live and work on our beautiful island. You're truly a Galveston class act.

Don't forget to support Galveston's business community like Miller's Landing, who does great work for our community.

Roger "Bo" Quiroga

Galveston

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Bonnie Farmer

St. Vincent’s House also thanks Mr. Clark for sending his workers our way. They were a great help. His generosity and their willingness to work were greatly appreciated. Thanks Don and Miller’s Landing employees.

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