Showing first class support of and gratitude for one of our Combat Troops. First class sushi
When Sgt. First Class David Dispenza returned home after a year serving in Iraq's Camp Stryker, he had told his wife, Nancy, he had a taste for one thing: sushi from Wegmans.
Little did he suspect that a story in The News reporting that fact would lead to a knock on the door of the 58-yearold's North Buffalo home the following day.
His wife opened the front door to find the beaming and congratulatory chef of the Amherst Street Wegmans bearing a huge tray of you know what.
"Every kind of sushi you can imagine was on that tray — every kind they carry," a laughing Nancy Dispenza told us. "It was a wonderful welcome home for David."
Written by Stephen T. Watson with contributions from Irene Liguori and Mark Sommer. email@example.com
elcome home and well done, Sergeant Dispenza.
And well done, Wegmans, for helping show our first class Troops the thanks of their grateful nation.
Labels: Good News, our Freedoms' Defenders, patriotism, World War IV
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