Wells Fargo Got the Message from Mandelman’s DOERS… 72-year-old with Alzheimers Will Die at Home
Linda Normand is in her final days, but she will die in her own bed… in her own home. I wrote about Linda’s dire situation a week or so ago and Wells Fargo got the message from Mandelman Matters DOERS who sent emails to the bank’s CEO and Board of Directors. As of today, the bank has agreed not to evict Linda as was previously planned.
In a message I received today from Linda’s attorney, John Thomas Dzialo…
“Opposing counsel has indicated that Wells Fargo’s CEO, John Stumpf, received numerous emails on this case in response to your blog post on April 24th. He won’t tell me how many, but it certainly appears that we got the CEO’s attention. I am in your debt… although neither I nor my clients can thank you enough for the effort.”
Well, all I can say is thank you to everyone who DID SOMETHING to let Wells Fargo know how they felt about what was about to happen. Thank you to her attorney and to my DOERS… and thank you to Wells Fargo for DOING the RIGHT THING for Linda and her family.
Still, I can’t help but wish this sort of thing was never needed, and I can’t help but wonder how many times the outcomes aren’t positive across this country, but I’m thankful that my readers aren’t just readers… they’re DOERS… and DOERS are what’s needed today in all sorts of areas.
Keep DOING and I have to believe that together we will continue to make a real and important difference. Again, I thank you…