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Character Patrol: Steve Moore

Character Patrol: Steve Moore

December 1, 2012

By Jessica Root

Intern Reporter for the Tribune
intern@lstribune.net


Steve Moore, a self-employed builder, was referred to the Weilert family by the flooring company for their new house in Lakewood, Armstrong-Citywide.

“Steve was working in our new house and he did a fantastic job installing our wooden flooring,” Martha Weilert, LSN senior, said. “My mom was asking him about a ramp for moving our harp and he said he might have some scraps to use in case she wanted one.”

The next day, the Weilert’s were surprised with a custom-made ramp.

“It looks amazing,” Weilert said. “Steve wouldn’t take any money for it.”

Steve generously went out of his way to give the Weilert family a special addition to their new home; after all, ‘tis the season of giving.

This week’s Character Patrol is brought to you by Marta Weilert.

Be inspired to notice the random acts of kindness that are part of every day.

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