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Wednesday, 15 June 2011 20:46

Reid Brown is nothing less than a saint

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To the Editor:

My name is Brian Strum and I live in Clyde. Just prior to my move to Haywood County six years ago, I had put myself into a situation where I had to seek legal advice. After speaking with another attorney regarding the nature of my situation, I was referred to Reid Brown. 

From the moment I met Mr. Brown through the resolution of my legal issues, Mr. Brown treated me as a mentor. The time and care that he showed to me as a client didn’t save me from legal hassles, it did, however, save my life. Having become acquainted with other residents of Haywood County during the course of the last six years, I have encountered others whose lives have been profoundly blessed by time with Mr. Brown. I am forever in debt to Mr. Brown and have repeated my regard for him to many in my life with great and often numbing detail.

I repeat it here for those whom I have not yet had the pleasure of speaking with. In my opinion, Reid Brown is a saint and I will forever hold him in the highest regard.

Brian Strum

Clyde

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