Good Afternoon Nicole,
I wanted to take a few minutes of your time to express my appreciation for the assistance given to me by Azad, last evening 10 April 2014. He went well above and beyond his job requirement and more so his sense of community.
As you know I'm a Canadian Soldier severely wounded during the Afghan war and have been sent to school for retraining as I am no longer employable in the scope of soldier. It is because I am taking Law at Algonquin College that I selected to reside at your Baseline Apartments the location was perfect and they are well kept and secure for a single woman.
When I came out of class last evening at 06:45pm to discover that my gas tank had been siphoned and I was out of gas, needless to say I was quite devastated. Knowing very few people the only one I could think to call was you, but I got Azad. I told him what had happened and without question his words to me were 'I got you'. Half an hour later he at my car putting in enough to get me to a gas station and would not accept any consideration what so ever for it. I was so moved by his gesture to basically an acquaintance.
I moved here 1 August 2013. The kindness, friendliness and respect I receive from yourself, Brian, Russel, Sebastien and the rest of the staff are impeccable. In an odd way Baseline Apartments has become my community, my home, my family. From the lady next door that enjoys a chuckle when she hears my yorkies bark to greet me when I come home, to the friendly dog owner community that know each other's pets by name and walk together. the stranger that cleans my car off of snow because I'm studying.
This is what a community is. This is what Baseline Apartments is and I hope it stays. It will be a sad day for me if there comes a time that I have to leave.
Please pass on my gratitude to Azad. He helped in ways that cannot be expressed.
Cheryl - Baseline Court Apartments - Ottawa