Thank a Coronavirus Hero!
Because of the Coronavirus, we are all making sacrifices and doing our best to cope with changes in our everyday lives.
All of us know someone who is going above and beyond during this crisis;
our healthcare professionals, our grocery store workers, government officials, truck drivers, and even our friends and neighbors.
From those who are working on the front lines to keep us safe to those that brighten our day and lift our spirits, there are many heroes among us!
We’ll call them Coronavirus Heroes!
And WQBE and Tudor’s Biscuit World want to say thanks to them.
Each weekday for the next several weeks, we will select a HERO and send them a Tudor’s gift certificate.
It’s just a small token of our appreciation to them for making a difference.
If you know someone you’d like to tell us about, just fill out this form.
And remember, Tudor’s Drive-Thru’s are open to serve you!
Some of our Heroes
Crystal Holstein is a nurse practitioner in Charleston. She is working hard and long hours during this chaos and is both mentally and physically drained. She constantly helps friends and family and gives out tips and words of wisdom. She is THE best and she deserves recognition. Love and prayers to all our healthcare workers out there!
Got this note from Lisa Thompson about her OTR Truck Drive husband – Jeremy!
My husband goes above and beyond to support his family. He’s a over the road truck driver that hauls about anything. He has to deal with all the crazy drivers everyday. Most people blame them for wrecks, but most time it’s because of crazy reckless drivers, not paying attention. If it wasn’t for truckers we wouldn’t have anything on the shelves. A lot of people don’t think of it until there’s a crisis.
We heard from Becky Brown of Wharton – works in a hospital and was home after a long shift and turned on Pastor Phil Rowe’s service from Brown’s Branch Free Will Baptist Church on Sunday and she had this to say:
I work in a hospital and every Sunday my excuse not to go to church is that I’m too tired. Well, Sunday 3/22/20 while scrolling through Facebook, Pastor Phil Rowe had took to Facebook live and was delivering a message. I had no excuse to not listen. I was home. No work. And in the comfort of my own home. Pastor Rowe delivered a message that eased my mind about days of pandemic and sickness. I was truly touched because walking through a hospital’s doors everyday really bothers and scares me but it’s my job. Thank you Pastor Rowe for taking God’s word to Facebook where most things are either evil or comforting in these times. I hadn’t been to church in a while yet there I was praising Jesus with you along with other viewers from my couch. Thank you Pastor Rowe, your words touched me and thank you for still delivering God’s word in these tough times.
Sean Allen – drives and delivers Oxygen around the valley. Babara Woodall had this to say about Sean – “Sean works really hard long hours trucking oxygen to hospitals. Without it patients would die.”