SPECIAL THANKSGIVING REQUEST FOR A SPECIAL PERSON
THANKFUL FOR ED WALDHEIM – Being thankful for family and friends during this holiday season is important. Expressing that thankfulness is also important especially for those who play or have played an important role in our lives.
With that thought in mind, I want to share a message (see below) from Ed Waldheim’s OHV network about expressing a kind note to Ed as he is placed on Hospice. As part of that network, I want to thank Ed in public for his friendship and leadership over the years.
Ed was an important mentor for me when I first got started in OHV advocacy about 30 years ago. Ed set an example for me and many others. Listed below are some terms that I like to use to describe Ed.
Show up at meetings/work parties
Educate elected officials
Facilitation/organization of meetings
Passion for the sport
Growing role for non-profits
Engage with land managers
Don’t take no for an answer
Never give up
Have fun with family and friends
The bullet-points listed above are just a few of the personal and professional tenets that Ed helped instill in me.
If you are one of the many folks in OHV recreation that Ed has touched either directly or indirectly, please take time to read the message below and send Ed a message that will be read to him over this holiday season.
MESSAGE FROM ED’S OHV NETWORK (and where to send thank you notes)
As we enter this Thanksgiving season of giving thanks for our many blessings, we have a special request from anyone who has been touched by Ed Waldheim.
Ed's three years of treatment for stage IV lung cancer has ended and he has been placed on hospice.
Ed has impacted many people on his life’s journey, whether it was in the off-road community, the S.O.I. Motorhome club, or groups such as the Optimist Club, Relay For Life, and many other circles.
We are requesting thank you notes or cards to be sent to Ed to remind him how thankful we are of his help, support, and guidance along the way.
These will be delivered and read to Ed during this holiday season.
You can mail letters to:
3550 Foothill Blvd.
Glendale, CA 91214
Or email to: