Celebrating Fathers: Our Personal Heroes

By Joe's Auto Sales | Posted in Stories of Interest on Monday, June 22nd, 2020 at 5:20 pm
Father's Day from Joe's Auto Sales

We celebrate Father’s Day on the 3rd Sunday of June, every year. It is an important day to honor dads and father figures alike for all that they’ve done and all they will continue to do. When asked about their own fathers, the team at Joe’s had some kind words to share…

Marvin

“My dad is special to me because he taught me how to be respectful and he guided me in the right direction to become a hardworking man “

Joe

“From a young age he always did what was necessary to help his family survive. It was a struggle growing up for us, but we had a lot of good times as well and I always appreciated what he’s done. He’s been gone for 5 years and not one day goes by that I don’t wish I could talk to him again.”

Eric

“My father laid the groundwork and set the template on how to be a man and a father. Now it’s my turn to improve on it and pass it down to my sons.”

Conner

“My father was a great influence on my life because he showed me what integrity truly is. He is also my biggest inspiration professionally. I want to be just like him, to this day.”

Alfredo

“He has been someone who I can always count on no matter what. My dad is someone that I can trust to always have my back and be in my corner.”

Eddie

“My father taught me to always do things right the first time because if it’s not done right at first, you will have to do it again. I would be proud to be half the man that my dad was.”

Fathers are versatile and can serve many roles. He may help you fix things. He may help you by sharing the right advice or telling you what you need to hear. He may help you learn a new skill or trade. He may just help you grow as a person. No matter what, he is always helping and always loving. Being a parent is no small task and going above and beyond at that role should be respected and appreciated. So, this Father’s Day take some time to show some appreciation for those who have given us everything.

Are you looking for another activity to share with your dad? Check out the link below to see your next father-kid project. However, you might save it for next weekend…

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