Paula Conery

Hi. My name is Paula Conery. I have multiple sclerosis and it has taken me to Mayo Clinic in Rochester MN. Many times. Airlifeline has saved my life. Recently I was flown and it turns out I was very sick. They gave me hope that even in the darkest, most terrifying time in your life, there are men that are not only willing to give up their personal time and risk their lives to fly, sometimes in not the best of weather or late on a Sunday night, but they are there. They give their time and as I found out their hearts too. Even though my family was not able to be with me, I never felt alone. I am so thankful. We are so lucky to have Airlifeline and none of that would be possible without mentioning Bob Larson. I had the opportunity to meet him once and talk about Airlifeline. His vision for this program was strong and he was so proud. I am sure that he is watching and guiding those planes through every flight. We could call him the guardian, but I truly think that each and everyone one of you that are involved with Airlifeline is a guardian. Please know that with each flight, you change a life. A life that at that moment is sometimes fragile, sometimes broken, and most of the time terrified. With your unselfish willingness to be there for people that you have never met. I am forever grateful for the commitment you have all shown me. I want to thank all of you from the bottom of my heart and wish you a very merry Christmas.
Love, Paula

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