Happy anniversary, David Ressler
Dear Editor: I am certain your readers would find an exciting, penetrating retrospect article about Aspen Valley Hospital administrator/CEO Dave Ressler’s first year at the helm riveting by including his corporate troubleshooting approach and tactics in a Byzantine environment. Last year he came all the way from Sierra Vista, Cochise County, Ariz., to meet unexpectedly the sole person at his Aspen Valley Hospital reception introducing him to the community who could talk to him about his former home area in Arizona of Sierra Vista, Bisbee and Cochise County. The person was yours truly, Emzy Veazy III, Esq.Well, happy first anniversary, Mr. Ressler! Let’s get some more sincere public applause and praise for him out there in newspaperland! Let’s give him a standing ovation! He deserves it!In closing, I would like to see the stunning Aspen beauty, Ms. Sarah Hemme, walk up to her boss, Mr. Ressler, to impart these encouraging words to him, “Don’t worry, boss! Emzy Veazy III, Esq. thinks highly of you and Cochise County in Arizona. Veazy will still help get those two dairy plants to create a special upscale market niche and jobs for Willcox that your Cochise County supervisors (commissioners in Colorado) wanted back in 2002. You’re doing a great job at our hospital!”Champagne and caviar, plus a $20 million diamond-studded cake! Ms. Sarah Hemme, walk up to the front of the line to get your slice of the most expensive cake in the world! An anniversary to remember.Emzy Veazy III, Esq.Burbank, Calif.
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