Thank you, Cliff

The Sequim Food Bank would like to acknowledge the passing of one of our long-time volunteers, Cliff Eubanks.

The Sequim Food Bank would like to acknowledge the passing of one of our long-time volunteers, Cliff Eubanks.

Cliff was an institution at the food bank, having done just about everything over the course of his two-plus decades of volunteer service. Most of the past year Cliff served as our greeter every Monday and Friday morning. He will be missed by all those who have passed through our doors, as well as by the dozens of other volunteers who have served by his side over the years.

Thank you, Cliff, for all that you did for your neighbors and for our community. Your service, and that of all of our amazing food bank volunteers, is an inspiration.

Mark Ozias

Executive Director,

Sequim Food Bank

 

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