Letters: Heinrich right choice

Key note speaker at grad ceremony was appropriate choice

I was not pleased to read the comment in the Sooke News MIrror (Britt Santowski cartoon). I am a former boss of Carl’s and was and still am very proud of his accomplishments. He was absolutely the best choice to be a speaker at this year’s graduation.

It appears more research should be done before words are printed.

I know I speak for the majority of Sooke and wish Carl many more successes in his life.

Juanita Stedmon

Sooke

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