Letter to the editor: Cramblit’s generosity outside city is appreciated

Published 12:00 am Wednesday, January 3, 2024

My name is Steven Sinnott, and I am writing to share a recent experience that highlights the compassion and generosity of Mayor Sam Cramblit.

During a weekend trip to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Mayor Cramblit demonstrated an inspiring act of kindness by purchasing food for multiple homeless individuals while we were on our way to the football game. This selfless gesture not only reflects the mayor’s compassionate nature, but also serves as a testament to his commitment to making a positive impact beyond the borders of Ironton.

In a world often marred by negativity, it is uplifting to witness public officials like Mayor Cramblit leading by example. Such actions not only foster a sense of community but also remind us of the importance of extending a helping hand to those in need, regardless of geographical boundaries. These small gestures should never go unnoticed.

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I believe that acknowledging Mayor Cramblit’s benevolent act is crucial, as it serves as a source of inspiration for our community and beyond. It is a testament to the values we hold dear and the type of leadership that uplifts the spirit of the people. This uplifting is needed in Ironton as well. Mayor Cramblit’s ability to show compassion to not only people in Ironton, but also outside the city limits is what impresses me. It does not matter who you are, where you are or what you have been through. Sam will always care and do his best to take care of you.

I would like to express my gratitude to Mayor Cramblit for embodying the spirit of compassion and generosity. Acts like these contribute to the positive reputation of our city and reaffirm our confidence in the leadership that Mayor Cramblit provides.

Thank you for considering this letter and thank you Mayor Cramblit. I hope it serves as a reminder that kindness knows no bounds.

Steven Sinnott

Newport, Kentucky