Family Heritage in Tulsa, OK with Reviews - YP.com
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02/26/2015
By: Speedy petes T.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving
i first took this class by force although i was not driving it was drug related and at first i was angry being forced to take this class being young and no one will tell me what do do attitude but as the class went on and i saw that it wasnt to point fingers at me but protect me and others around me from our own bad choices. i found i was happy to be there and when the parents who had lost a loved one started showing up at the last part of the class it really put my life in prospective that such a simple choice we make can have such a devastating outcome! and those parents treated us all as if we were their own children with kindness, love and compassion and even the teacher of the class was kind and understanding it just really opened my heart and made me grateful to them all that shared their story and their loss with me. to this day i never got to say thank you til right now and the impact they and their story had on me and what better way then right here so the world can see more over kids just like i was at the time who was scared and angry that they had to take the class and get to read this the first and only review. thank you all so much for opening my eyes my mind and my heart and it was you all that inspired me to start a delivery and taxi service where i give people rides to and home from bars and i also do beer runs for people who have been drinking and feel they are not done and want or need more beer! i do beer runs for them keeping them safe at home and keep them off our streets because i will tell you now some of these people stumble to my car to get the beer and if it weren't for my bringing them the beer they WOULD be stumbling to their car and getting in it and driving drunk for more beer! i know for a fact i keep at the least 10 possible wreaks each and EVERY weekend from happening in Catoosa Oklahoma alone and now i also have a speedy petes delivery facebook page in Tulsa Oklahoma as well! i can be found on facebook Speedy Pete's Delivery" Catoosa and or Tulsa Oklahoma! so please, if anyone reads this and you know someone that is stubborn drinking and driving please tell them about speedy petes delivery and help me keep the streets safe im a lot cheaper then a DUI and or having your whole life taken from you for hurting someone else! thank you all for your time yes you the reader and YES thank you MADD for your inspiration and drive to make a difference in my life! i love you parents and hope only the best for your lives and how your showing up and reliving a horrible moment in your past that devastatingly altered your lives so i can only wish and pray you all many blessings and peace from God for you all always please keep up the good work!
09/17/2012
By: marie.j.williams.5
Elonda Wicks - State Farm Insurance Agent
It is an excellent place to do business. Elonda and her staff are knowledgeable, energetic and provide great service with a smile!
07/19/2012
By: hillary.brooks.395
Allstate Insurance: Mike De Marco
Really helpful staff. They have had my insurance for years. Danika is super helpful and always cheerful, which I appreciate!!!
01/22/2015
By: Melanie M.
Mark Fugett - State Farm Insurance Agent
I have been using this agency for many years and am very pleased with the service I have received.
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02/04/2016
By: Megan C.
Mike Thompson - State Farm Insurance Agent
Mike takes care of all of my insurance needs and I have a great price and great coverage! Thank you!
09/23/2014
By: Paul W.
Paul R Warren Insurance
Great company and works smart for you!
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