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Friday, July 27, 2007

For the Good Deeds File...

Here's a great story by Leah Boyd on Cleveland.com about Norm and Sue Kirchner and their crew at St. Clair Auto Body and the help they provided to the monks of St. Herman's House of Hospitality, a Cleveland monastery. The monks' only means of transportation, a donated 1995 Jeep Cherokee named 'Godsend', was stolen. After it was found, the jeep was towed and stored by St. Clair Auto Body. There was about $2,500 worth of damage.

Norm Kirchner, manager of St. Clair Auto Body, said he and his wife, Sue, were happy to repair the vehicle without charge.

"We have all the resources to fix it," Sue Kirchner said. "When I found out who it belonged to, I wanted to help."

Kirchner added, "St. Herman's helps out a lot of people. Where are they going to get their help?"


Read the full story here.

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