KKBN Hard Working Man(11.01.16)

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I think my husband David should be nominated because not only does he work a hard 52+ hours a week, volunteer as a coach for the Ebbetts pass youth soccer league u6 and u8 team, take our 3 children to and from school prepare breakfast lunch and dinner for them, and still be an awesome husband me as well. My husband does anything and everything he can to be sure his family is properly nurtured and that means the world to me. He is the number one dad and husband of the year and i hope you guys see the same.

Katie Brannon

 

Jim’s Automotive on Shaws Flat-Family owned and operated since 1950″

 

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 Nates Tree Service serving all tri counties No job too big no job too small”

 

And Dr Jose Barajas DC Call 536-9182

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KKBN Pet of The Week(11.01.16)

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Dear Big Joe and Bridgette –

 This is Loretta.  She was found by friends at a construction site as a kitten 14 years ago.  I named her after Loretta Lynn because she had big hair and a tough life.  It’s not so tough for her anymore.

Thanks for considering her.

 Sara Lima

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KKBN Hard Working Man(10.26.16)

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Jake Fuller

It’s hard to find the right place to start on why Jake should be the Hard Working Man of the week because there is so much to be said. To start off Jake is not only a great boyfriend to myself, supporting my decisions in school, work, and always giving me the best advice, but he is also an amazing son, friend, and neighbor. He’s always is willing to help his family out with whatever it may be from helping his grandma replace her light fixtures or fix her squeaky garage door, to helping his parents remove trees from their property; anytime his family needs him he’s there with solutions and a smile. He also finds time in his busy schedule to take the neighbor boys fishing, or even teach them how to be a successful and safe tree climber. Jake is also willing to help out his friends, and will be there at a drop of a hat. He will even take the time out of his work day to bring his equipment and spend a morning with family or a friend to help clean up a job that was started making sure that it is completed efficiently and to the best of his ability. Not only does he make sure everyone close to him is happy, he ensures that his business is run to the best of it’s ability.
Jake decided to rebuild Mother Lode Tree Service LLC and partner with Ross Gray, the original owner. Jake is very passionate about his work, and he wanted to bring back a company, and build up its already great reputation. You will never see Jake sitting or taking the time to relax. He’s always looking for better, safer, and more efficient ways to run his business. His biggest saying or quote he always says is “efficiency, that’s the key!” He’s on top of making sure the equipment is running smoothly, his crew is happy, and keeping his customers satisfied with an amazing job well done and great execution of a tree removal. With all these bug pines, Jake is always out evaluating the situation for a worried client, and making sure to get back to them within a few hours to a day and give them the best prices possible. He isn’t afraid to get dirty, or work long hours, he will be one of the first people to jump up and help, bringing his clever ideas, always getting the job done, not matter what it may be. He is so understanding, kind and honest, and has put his heart in soul into this business to make sure that at the end of the day he can go to bed happy knowing that the day went well, and his customers are happy. Words are so little to try and explain how much he truly does for everyone around him, and for his business. Sometimes I think he forgets how much he does and how busy he is, that he never realizes how much he has accomplished and how proud he should be of himself. Tree work can be underestimated on how dangerous it can be because he puts his life on the line everyday to make sure that these dead trees come down safely. He loves what he does, and is always looking forward to the next job. Jake is by far one of the hardest working men I know.

 

Evon

 

Jim’s Automotive on Shaws Flat-Family owned and operated since 1950″

 

nates

 Nates Tree Service serving all tri counties No job too big no job too small”

 

And Dr Jose Barajas DC Call 536-9182

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KKBN Pet of The Week(10.25.16)

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This is Colin. (Not named for the football player) he is a 19 pound 3 year old Ragdoll cat. I got Colin when I was anticipating becoming an empty nester, my youngest was heading to college. Colin’s so lazy and  makes me laugh every day with the silly way he sleeps on his back.
Ellen ~Twain Harte

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KKBN Hard Working Man(10.19.16)

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I would like to nominate my husband Kenny Ruiz for the hard working man. He is a father of two and the hardest working man I know. He works construction. Commutes to the Bay Area to and from work every single day so he can come home and help with the kids after working and commuting all day. He never has to be asked to help with anything. He is always helping someone and not asking for anything in return. He is an amazing friend employee husband and dad. Thank you so much I hope he is chosen he deserves it more than ever !

 

Katie Ruiz

 

 

The KKBN Hard Working Man is brought to you :

 “Jim’s Automotive on Shaws Flat-Family owned and operated since 1950″

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“ Nate’s Tree Service, serving all tri counties! No job too big, no job too small”