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Heart Felt Thank You To Dr. Steve Fess

Discussion in 'RT/10 and GTS Discussions' started by cfiiman, Oct 19, 2014.

  1. cfiiman

    cfiiman Viper Owner

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    I think we all know how much Dr. Steve Fess does for the people on this forum. I haven't seen a thread where someone isn't greeted with a helpful "give me a call" from Steve when their Viper decides to turn on them. Well today mine did, the battery went while I was out on a drive and the security system disabled the car. Frantic on the side of the road I gave Steve a call and he walked me through the process that got me back and running and now the big "what if" isn't so scary anymore thanks to Steve, you sir are a gentleman and a scholar and a lot of us owe you a debt of gratitude. Next time your in my area I'd love to take you to lunch!
     
  2. Steve-Indy

    Steve-Indy VCA Venom Member VCA Member

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    Sure glad it worked for you...and, thanks for the kind words.
    Hope to get the group together in Louisville again in the near future!!
     
  3. cfiiman

    cfiiman Viper Owner

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    Can't wait I'm definitely going to be there.
     
  4. markusca

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    Steve called and helped me out of an alarm situation too. I still owe him a 6 pack.
     
  5. Boxer12

    Boxer12 Viper Owner

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    Let me chime in...Steve is a great guy and I feel fortunate to call him a friend. His dedication to the Viper community is unparalleled. If there was a Viper ring of fame, Steve should be in it!
     
  6. DrumrBoy

    DrumrBoy Enthusiast

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    I can chime In as well with thanks to Steve (both personally and for some friends he's helped In the past) Thanks Steve
     
  7. JonB

    JonB Viper Owner

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    Uncle FESSter? He did NOT help me at all with my VIPER.......But when I got hurt at the track, Dr Fess an Mrs Dr Elaine Fess BOTH pro-actively helped me and my doctors/therapists thru the rehab.

    Their skills and caring are boundless....
     
  8. Ron

    Ron Enthusiast

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    Steve is the only reason Indiana / Kentucky has a functioning Viper organization and we here in Indy are extremely fortunate to call him one of our own.

    No better friend.
     
  9. mattdillon

    mattdillon Viper Owner

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    Steve=Great Guy & EVERYTHING that is RIGHT about what a Forum Member should be & the PERFECT Example of an All-Around GREAT GUY! jmo! :)
     
  10. Roy

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    in the early stages of my Viper addiction Steve helpen me out a couple of times....I thought I was special...guess I am not
     
  11. Satchmo72

    Satchmo72 Viper Owner

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    Steve is one of the most dedicated, knowledgeable, caring, selfless club guys I have ever been involved with.

    My story: After a club event, on the curb of his house, he showed me how to check my coolant levels. Just a "hey, follow me home, we'll check that" and I have seen him help others too. It might not have been a huge deal but for a Viper newbie it was.

    I totally agree, Indy is lucky to have him and someday I hope to re-join my Viper brethren, if anything, just to hang around Steve.
     
    Last edited: Nov 12, 2014

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