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As of today, we do not have Clark Ambulance

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I do hope that Metro has a GPS, because I was in Cobb when an ambulance was called for on 911 and it went right past our location, having to be called back to the correct location by the local Fire Department, which arrived shortly after without getting lost.

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Thank you Sam for all the years you dedicated your life to serving Paulding County. You have helped others when they had no funds to pay, you transported staff to the hospital during inclement weather, you came to the ER to help when we called, the list goes on. You will never be forgotten for all you sacrificed for this county.

Welcome Metro, you have BIG shoes to fill. But, you will get there.

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They kept Sam's people which is also AWESOME they will be keeping them from what I understand and Metro is a Great company from what they say. I am just glad they got to keep their jobs right here at Christmas..

I do hope that Metro has a GPS, because I was in Cobb when an ambulance was called for on 911 and it went right past our location, having to be called back to the correct location by the local Fire Department, which arrived shortly after without getting lost.

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Thank you Sam for all the years you dedicated your life to serving Paulding County. You have helped others when they had no funds to pay, you transported staff to the hospital during inclement weather, you came to the ER to help when we called, the list goes on. You will never be forgotten for all you sacrificed for this county.

Welcome Metro, you have BIG shoes to fill. But, you will get there.

 

:wub: How do you really thank someone who has done so much? :wub:

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I was at 92/Macland & they were coming out of the old Clark house & I noticed it said Metro on it....we have been lucky to have Sam & his service for all these years....Good luck to Sam & the new Metro service too

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Does this mean he won't have the funeral home or just ambulance service?

 

 

 

He will still have the funeral home. I would also like to thank Sam for all the years he has served Paulding.

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Thank you Sam for all the years you dedicated your life to serving Paulding County. You have helped others when they had no funds to pay, you transported staff to the hospital during inclement weather, you came to the ER to help when we called, the list goes on. You will never be forgotten for all you sacrificed for this county.

Welcome Metro, you have BIG shoes to fill. But, you will get there.

 

Very well said! :clapping:

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He will still have the funeral home. I would also like to thank Sam for all the years he has served Paulding.

 

Thank goodness I love Sam Clark Wouldn'.t use any other funeral home in Paulding.I was a nurse at Paulding for 12 years and he was super nice.

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Sam is a family friend for 60+ years...he use to drive my husband to school ....and they still remain close...He has been there for us and many others in the years he has ran the ambulance service and sacrificed a lot for the county....Hope he can relax a little and enjoy some much deserved time off

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:wub: How do you really thank someone who has done so much? :wub:

Indeed!

 

Sam came to the hospital when my sister passed and since it was so sudden, we could barely function. I remember his demeanor and compassion and I'll always be thankful for his presence and explanations that day.

 

Good luck Sam and to Metro too!

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Sam is a family friend for 60+ years...he use to drive my husband to school ....and they still remain close...He has been there for us and many others in the years he has ran the ambulance service and sacrificed a lot for the county....Hope he can relax a little and enjoy some much deserved time off

 

Honorable man, that really did sacrifice much. His customers were always treated with respect and kindness. He took the losing end of the financial side more than once. His caring and tenderness with my mom and brother in law will never be forgotten.

 

All those trips to Rome for her when Paulding was only 10 minutes away, they just did it because she asked. Thank you Sam!!

 

Good luck to Metro.

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