Moeller said he was honored to be a part of the presentation and noted that it represented many of the positive acts of giving that go on in the city.
“I am a friend of Angel’s and I knew Butch Hubble and he celebrated diversity and brought different people and cultures together,” Moeller said. “He was such a leader in our area.”
Moeller said that he received a call from Lombert stating that he wanted to put together the food donation in Hubble’s memory and felt it was a great idea.
“Angel gave me a call and said he put this together,” Moeller said. “He volunteered hours at Kroger in order to come up with these food items, and he’s helping 25 families.”
Broyles said the food donation means a lot because it helps benefit families that the BTW serves.
“The first thing on my list when I come to the center is what can help the kids and the families we serve,” Broyles said. “This donation is huge because it honors Butch - a mentor of mine growing up - and helps the families in the communities we serve.”
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