A cool way to share profits

By on February 4, 2015

The staff of Cocalico Plumbing and Heating, Denver, presented the Good Samaritan Shelter, Ephrata, with a $900 check to help in the replacement of several windows at the women’s shelter. Jon and Sue Moyer, owners, matched dollar for dollar for the donations of their employees. Nate Hoffer, left, executive director of the Good Samaritan Shelter, accepts the don

Photo by Preston Whitcraft Nate Hoffer, left, executive director of the Good Samaritan Shelter, accepts the donation from Sue Moyer, center, and Marcie Zerbe, right, both of Cocalico Plumbing and Heating.

Photo by Preston Whitcraft
Nate Hoffer, left, executive director of the Good Samaritan Shelter, accepts the donation from Sue Moyer, center, and Marcie Zerbe, right, both of Cocalico Plumbing and Heating.

ation from Sue Moyer, center, and Marcie Zerbe, right, both of Cocalico Plumbing and Heating.

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