This week’s business shout out goes to Post Woodworking and the couple behind the company, Dan and Lisa Post! In 2002, we met Dan while building our house. Not only did he do the groundwork for the home but he helped clear and develop the land where our horses would reside. He was always super helpful and extremely understanding and kind even when our four year old son caused mischief on his tractor. Over the years, Dan and Lisa Post have become two of our closest friends and we support one another in our daily lives.
But they are so much more than simply long term friends. They are and do so much more. Aside from running a successful shed company, Dan is a man with a huge heart. He serves on our executive leadership committee at Rock Church, helps out with various projects needed in and outside the church walls, attends and participates in local events such as For Our Community days and our Annual Rock Run Raiser (RRR), and generously gives of his time and energy to help out family, friends and the local community whenever needed.
His wife Lisa is very much the same way. By day, she’s a stellar Realestate agent for Berkshire Hathaway. She also served and serves in various leadership roles at our church such as women’s ministry director and our NextGen kids’ program director. She’s helped redesign, paint and install new spaces in the church building, freely gives of her heart, time and energy to help many in her family and in the community. And, together, they have even taken people and animals into their home to care for them in a time of need. They are truly a match and blessing in generosity.
Can you tell I love them? But, honestly, Dan and Lisa Post have not only given financially to Heart4Honduras but through our various conversations (many from opposing views) they’ve helped develop the organization to what it is today. Thank you to Post Woodworking for being an annual RRR sponsor at our largest fundraiser. Dan and Lisa, thank you for your financial contributions to help, but most of all thank you for your giving souls. You both are gifts in our lives and truly help “make a world of difference!”