Advocate for Young Professional – Pam Yugar

I just heard of the passing of your father in law and I wanted to extend my condolences to you and your wife.

I knew him for years in my time working for the city of Rosemead. He was always kind to me and helpful and always an advocate for young professionals.

I’ve never had the pleasure of meeting your wife but would you please let her know that her dad was a force and the world has lost a great man.

I’m terribly sorry for your loss.

I was recalling a fun moment when I was younger and I saw Mr. tripepe at the Rosemead Senior center and I took a photo with him cause the room was named after him. I was like woahhhhhh that’s cool.

-Pamela Yugar

A Job, A Meal, A Chance – Katie Wilson

I am sure I won’t be the first person to say this, but Frank gave me my first job in local government. He was kind and generous, giving me so many opportunities to learn and grow. He knew I was a broke kid right out of college and would send me to any event that had a meal included saying that it made him feel good that at least I was getting one good meal that day. Prayers for his family as well as all those he considered family. May fond memories sustain you through the sad days.

Katie (Pitcher) Wilson