”We want to:

  1. save and except for the salutations more specifically referred to hereinafter, offer (not to be counter offered) our best wishes to you and your staff, employees and the personages who are otherwise engaged in the practice of delivering excellent service in the CGA field with you, a Merry Christmas, Joyeux Noel and any other appropriate remark that reflects the celebration of the birth of our Lord; and
  2. express our appreciation for being such wonderful neighbours, which does include, but is not limited to:
    1. the occasional provision of internet access and other like services;
    2. kindly greeting in various and sundry hallways, elevators and washrooms;
    3. the referral of revenue generating entity units (hereinafter referred to as “clients”); and
    4. such other neighbourly activities you have engaged in with a positive manner, including sporadic, pro bono, “off the cuff” accounting advice.

    We trust the foregoing is in order. If you have any further questions please contact the undersigned forthwith.”

— Ed Fast, Lorne Welwood, and Howard Wiens

“Thank you for supporting our students in their pursuit of excellence. I know that the students appreciate your scholarship gift, as does the staff and board at MEI. Your partnership with us not only acknowledges the achievements of our current recipients, but also inspires all of our students to do their very best. Thanks for your generous support!”

— Brad Bartsch, Director of Development, MEI Schools

“Thank you Jeff for making the application for the disability. I don’t know when I would have found out about it on my own. All the best to you and your family.”

— Ed Buckway

“Last year John saved me a (expletive deleted) pile of money”

— Aird Flavelle, MSA Computers Ltd.

“Thank you for blessing me with peace of mind. May the Good Lord bless your hands, your heart in that our Father is well pleased with your service with the love of God.”

— Albert Bonk, Mount of Olives Fellowship