In my opinion law enforcement seldom gets credited for their courtesies and simple gestures of kindness to local citizens, not to mention strangers, which prompts me to write this letter.
Recently friends from Arizona came to visit and the plan was to meet at the Court House square. It was Sunday and as they waited for me on the bench, Sheriff Brown walked up, shook their hand and gave a courteous and sincere welcome to San Saba. He had left by the time I drove up but by this simple gesture, my friends received a very positive and lasting first impression of San Saba.
These people have traveled the world, yet as soon as they got back to Arizona, they called and asked if I would personally tell Sheriff Brown how much they appreciated his words of welcome that made them want to come back.
So again, Sheriff Brown, on behalf of Tom and Ann Quinlan, thank you.
As the parents of two Lady Dillo basketball players, we want to express our public appreciation to Coach Tony Taylor and Kara Stowe for investing so much time and effort in leading this extraordinary team to historic heights. We also want to publicly thank the community for their amazing support of the team throughout the playoff stint. Our girs were moved by your presence at the game, encouragement throughout the town and all other demostrations of affirmation. It made us proud to view the sea of purple that showd up in Brady, Midland and Austin. You were loud and proud. We also were surprised at the number that showed for the welcome home celebration after the regional win. Our girls were stunned. Thank you, San Saba, for your gracious and overwhelming support!
Sam & Jan Crosby
San Saba, TX