“No longer forward nor behind, I look in hope or fear; But, grateful, take the good I find, the best of now and here.” –John Greenleaf Whittier

This year has been eventful to say the least. We have been incredibly blessed to remain busy despite the extensive drought the state has experienced for much of the summer and fall months. Jason has found himself working 60-70 hours a week just to keep up with the demand. We are so pleased to have found our stride and can keep pushing this business forward.

That being said, our family was given some scary news this past April. Jason’s brother was diagnosed with advanced kidney disease and requires a kidney transplant. After many, many tests and interviews, Jason has been cleared as a donor. The transplant surgery is scheduled for November 30, 2016. The transplant team at Dartmouth Hitchcock are very good at what they do, so we have the utmost confidence that this surgery will be completed without a hitch.

This surgery requires that Jason take some time off to heal. For Stockbridge Seamless Gutters, this means we will be taking a hiatus for a couple of weeks. After such time, we will be gauging the amount and scope of work we have and then contracting a skilled worker to handle some of our projects under Jason’s supervision. Once we get the all clear from the doctors, Jason will return at full capacity. We hope that our clients understand and trust that we want to provide the best product as quickly as we can, given these circumstances.

How the coming months will unfold are still a little uncertain given the different variables, but what we do know is that we are grateful for our clients, our friends and our family. Thank you all so much for your support!

~Christina Stockbridge

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