It can’t hurt to ask for help at pump

In reading the letters about gas station complaints: I worked at Ron May’s Chevron on 41st Street 18 months. One of the first things I was told was: If someone who is handicapped asks for help, I was obligated to do so. (I worked the night shift and was worried about someone using this to get me out of my office for criminal purposes.) Is it possible that many people do not realize that all you need to do is ask!

Norma Rae Pilkenton

Everett

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