Comments were petty |

Comments were petty

Dear Editor:In response to Greg Chandler’s [letter] “Lack of info …” (The Aspen Times, Feb. 21)The relationship between Jaywalker Lodge and St. Paul Sober Living is purely one of a common mission to help people recover from the insidious disease of addiction. Bobby Ferguson and I have never misled anyone with regard to the connection between our respective organizations. We are separate entities and have always operated as such. St. Paul Sober Living hired Michael Mooney because of his qualifications. Mr. Mooney and I share a passion for working with those in early recovery from addiction. I am saddened by Mr. Chandler’s comments, which seem to me to be petty and malicious in their nature.Chris EdringtonSt. Paul, Minn.

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