Letter from Diana Kukwicki
Dear Joel, Rachel, and Gay,
I cannot help but marvel at this coincidence, but last Saturday marked six full years since I was terminated from Radiology Associates on 6-22-07. These past years have proven to be quite an interesting journey for me and the resulting success is such a sweet victory. None of this would have been possible if you had not agreed to represent me in this case.
Words fail me as I try to express how appreciative I am to all of you for your unwavering support during the past six years. To say that I am in awe of your amazing skills and leadership would be an understatement; I am so thankful that you were on my side and I will be forever grateful!
This is just a quick note for now to say “thank you” and I hope to be in touch with each of you soon.
With warmest regards,
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