Thank You! Your ‘Messages of Gratitude' for Frontline Heroes

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Anthony Mitrovich
Cleveland Clinic says thank you to our NBC 6 family.
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Debbie Litz
"Jillian became a nurse this past year and began her first job at Broward North on I 95 and Sample Rd. The continuous threat of coronavirus puts our whole house at risk. But she goes out the front door with an open heart and a positive attitude. We all thank her immensely. Go Jillian!!!"
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Eduardo Salinas
"I am an ER doctor at mercy hospital, my wife and kids stopped by to join me in watching the blue angels fly by. Being exposed to coronavirus patients daily, we need to keep social distancing."
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Aida Robertson
Chelsea Barberena and Aida Robertson from Homestead Hospital Labor and Delivery are reminding everyone to #StayHome.
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"My Hero – A.Torres, Firefighter/Paramedic at City of Miami Station 7. Thanks for all you do. – Mom"
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Marilu Chavez


Miggy’s Gift, a local non-profit organization that advocates skin cancer prevention, delivers warm meals to hospital ER’s, fire/rescue, police every Sunday during the COVID-19 pandemic. On, May 3rd, Mercy Hospital ER Staff received the “Miggy’s Act of Kindness” and were greatly thanked for their service and sacrifice.
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Betty Mendez
"Thank you healthcare heroes. Kindred Hospital Coral Gables"
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Dorothy Milton

This photo shows several chaplains on duty at Jackson Health System. We thank them for providing spiritual and emotional support to patients, families and staff during this time.
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"These are 2 of the great caregivers on 4 East at Memorial Hospital Miramar.
Yelena, on the left, is the Clinical Manager and Sherlian is a RN. I worked with this great team for many years. They are the best of the best! So proud of them and the whole team🥰." - Kathy Velasquez
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The Daily Room
"The Daily Room cafe in Plantation has teamed up with Lincoln Properties, Sysco and Ron C. to provide meals for first responders: BSO, PPD, and Baptist Health."
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Sacha paget
"My father is the store director at the target store in Miami Gardens! Marcos González. Thank you daddy for all that you do! I love you."
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Vanessa Capo
Isabella Capo is showing her thanks to hospital workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Maite Roca
During quarantine from each of their homes, Marian Center's Community Outreach expresses gratitude to all the essentials heroes. The Marian Center is a school and Adult Day Training Center for individuals with diverse abilities.
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Gruhn, Sarah
Sarah Gruhn, an art teacher at Florida Christian School, has had her kindergarten - 8th grade art students create pieces to express gratitude for all that our first responders do to protect the community. "It is my students and my goal to send these videos to as many providers across the country as we can. I would like to bless as many first responders serving our community and the communities of our country."
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Gruhn, Sarah
Sarah Gruhn, an art teacher at Florida Christian School, has had her kindergarten - 8th grade art students create pieces to express our gratitude for all that our first responders do to protect the community. "It is my students and my goal to send these videos to as many providers across the country as we can. I would like to bless as many first responders serving our community and the communities of our country."
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Gruhn, Sarah
Sarah Gruhn, an art teacher at Florida Christian School, has had her kindergarten - 8th grade art students create pieces to express our gratitude for all that our first responders do to protect the community. "It is my students and my goal to send these videos to as many providers across the country as we can. I would like to bless as many first responders serving our community and the communities of our country."
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Davila Family
This is our brother. He diagnoses COVID-19 patients. Stay safe hermanito. We love you! Thank you!
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Gruhn, Sarah
Sarah Gruhn, an art teacher at Florida Christian School, has had her kindergarten - 8th grade art students create pieces to express gratitude for all that our first responders do to protect the community. "It is my students and my goal to send these videos to as many providers across the country as we can. I would like to bless as many first responders serving our community and the communities of our country."
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Marcela Avila-Martinez
Thank you to all the frontline workers at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital.
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naidra3
"Blessings to you all. Forwarding prayers of continued strength & protection over your families."
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Courtney Jarvis
"This is my sister Brigette Winkler who works for Broward Health Medical Center Coral Springs in Labor and Delivery. My sister is my hero."
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Jeff Berger
"Our Scouts in South Florida are sending messages to remind people to stay home and save lives."
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Ashley Shepple
"My dad is a true frontline hero! Alan Shepple, a 15-year Miami Lakes resident and devoted family man, has dedicated 30 plus years to anesthesia. Currently, he works for the Memorial Healthcare System and Cleveland Clinic Hospital. It did not take a global pandemic for him to step up his efforts to help those in need. He has always had an admirable work ethic and showered his patients with the same amount of love, kindness, care, and dedication he would with his own family. On his days off, he has and will continue to lend a helping hand as a volunteer with food assistance programs, such as Town of Miami Lakes Mayor and Council #GROCCERIES4SENIORS initiative. He is the true definition of a #FrontlineHero!" - Ashley Shepple
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Stephanie Rosendorf-Diaz
“I hope these messages brighten the days of our first responders, medical professionals, and all essential workers during this very scary time.”
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Jennifer Villamil
“Thank you for keeping us safe and healthy so we can get back to the beach soon!” - Camila Velez, 3 years old
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Rossie Santibanez
A thank you drawing by 5-year-old Gianluca Santibanez
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"Thank you for your support, nurses, doctors and firefighters!"
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"Thank you to my oldest daughter/sister, you do everything so gracefully and we are all proud of you. Congratulations on turning 21, working in the ER Department, and getting into nursing school. We love you and thank you for setting the example."
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Blake Starr
"We are incredibly grateful for our frontline workers! You make this world a better place with your dedication and unconditional kindness! Sending you strength from these hard earned medals, virtual hugs, and so much love!" - Blake Starr
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"Using recycling stuff, I made a poster to thank our first response for their work and effort on this war against the coronavirus."
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Denise Bartle
"Thank you to letter carriers everywhere. Sincerely, Denise Bartle."
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Julia Betancourt
This is one of many frontline heroes suiting up to take care of COVID-19 patients. She's a single mother of two girls, ages 3 and 5. "She puts her life of the line every day for all of us. Thank you!"
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Jany calchaldora
Station 6 in Hialeah
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Maddy Olivera
THANK YOU, to all First ResponderS making it safe for all of us. Thank you City of Miami Firefighter Adrian Jimenez for the work you love to do. Thank you, for doing home testing Corvid-19 to 65 year and older. We are so proud of you!
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SUSY
Good Afternoon: I would love to have my son David DeHorta is photo in your segment of Thank you to the healthcare workers. My son works as a xray tech at University of Miami JMH. Please email me when it will be shown would love to see it and pass it on to friends and co workers and family, It would mean alot to me as I have COPD and he is worried about me but loves his job and is a kind an caring human being. Photo Attached Thank you Susy DeHorta
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Saher Othman
Hook Seafood & Wings 244 W Hillsboro Blvd Has donated more than 100 individually packed meals to our heroes at Broward Health North
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These two youngsters are spreading a simple but powerful message: Spread love, not germs! They are also thanking first responders for their service during the fight against COVID-19. Photo submitted by: Keri J. Andrews.
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"Thank you First Responders," is the message seen here as they work to battle COVID-19. Photo submitted by: Keri J. Andrews.
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Ryan Olivera
"My mom is a nurse at Baptist hospital urgent cares. I am so proud of her. She, along with many other Nurses, doctors and healthcare workers help keep us safe during the coronavirus. They are true heroes without a cape!!"
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Edward Otto Zielke
"For all the healthcare and medical workers helping with the Covid19 pandemic, I am eternally grateful for your continued services."
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Beatriz l. Rodriguez
"Thank you to all 1st responders for all the hard work and for keeping us safe. You are in our prayers… Thank you for all you do… 😊❤💐 And thanks NBC6 for sending our gratitude pics to them and for keeping us informed and your awesome job. 😘"
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Cindy Perez
"Thank you to all first responders and all essential workers."
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Suzette Herrera
Thank you to all of health care heroes over at Cleveland Clinic Florida in Weston for all of their hard work and love.
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Suzette Herrera
Health care workers at the Cleveland Clinic Florida are showing their appreciation for "health care heroes" and friendly reminder of social distancing with a welcoming elbow bump.
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Davila Perez family
Healthcare hero!!
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Suzette Herrera
Hi there, I wanted to submit these photos on behalf of Cleveland Clinic Florida for the “Healthcare Heroes” section. These photos were taken at the Weston campus. Please let me know if you have any questions! Thanks, Suzette Suzette Herrera | Assistant Account Executive rbb Communications
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Suzette Herrera
Hi there, I wanted to submit these photos on behalf of Cleveland Clinic Florida for the “Healthcare Heroes” section. These photos were taken at the Weston campus. Please let me know if you have any questions! Thanks, Suzette Suzette Herrera | Assistant Account Executive rbb Communications
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Suzette Herrera
Masks, gloves, face shields. Check, check and check. Thank you theses heroes fighting on the frontline against COVID-19.
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Eileen Snider
Team Jedis at Baptist Pharmacy wants you to know that we're all in this together.
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Monica Olivares
Little Carlo created this sidewalk message with chalk -- with the help of his mommy Gaby Watson, of course.
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Alana Gissen
"My name is Alana Gissen, I am a clinical psychotherapist and for fun I am an amateur photographer. Usually, you would find me taking photos of sunrises and sunsets in Miami. But while on my way to my sunrise one morning, I saw some essential workers cleaning up our neighborhood streets and I decided during our present crisis and I wanted to recognize those “essential workers” in South Florida that our often not seen or recognized for the essential work that they are doing daily. I wanted to give them their moment to shine, be recognized by name and be appreciated. Wanted them to know we are grateful and blessed to have them in our community and especially during this time. This is Jeremy ….This is Luis….This is Roseline…This is Richardson, Mercedes, Jero and Ulieses…This is Chef Lawrence and Thandi…This is Angel and Dayan. This is Luis."
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Xiomara Hermida
Sending a big thank you to this first responder and first year registered nurse at Jackson Memorial Hospital. She wants to encourage the public to #StayHome.
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Linda Brown
Random acts of kindness is a beautiful message of gratitude. The NBC 6 viewer surprised a postal worker with coffee and donuts to show her appreciation as an essential worker.
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Jayda Knight
Local artist Jayda Knight paid homage to the health care heroes fighting to keep us safe from the coronavirus with a joyful window display in Miami Beach.
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Liz Del Carmen
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Lauren Berger
"South Florida-based Tropical Financial Credit Union teamed up with other corporate partners and a local nonprofit to buy meals for more than 270 health care workers at Memorial Hospital West in Pembroke Pines, who are on the front lines fighting COVID-19. The nurses, therapists and staff thanked the credit union right back with some homemade signs demonstrating their gratitude."
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Kathy Saunders
"HOPE FOR ALL!"
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Alana Gissen
"My name is Alana Gissen, I am a clinical psychotherapist and for fun I am an amateur photographer. Usually, you would find me taking photos of sunrises and sunsets in Miami. But while on my way to my sunrise one morning, I saw some essential workers cleaning up our neighborhood streets and I decided during our present crisis and I wanted to recognize those “essential workers” in South Florida that our often not seen or recognized for the essential work that they are doing daily. I wanted to give them their moment to shine, be recognized by name and be appreciated. Wanted them to know we are grateful and blessed to have them in our community and especially during this time. This is Jeremy ….This is Luis….This is Roseline…This is Richardson, Mercedes, Jero and Ulieses…This is Chef Lawrence and Thandi…This is Angel and Dayan. This is Luis."
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Alana Gissen
"My name is Alana Gissen, I am a clinical psychotherapist and for fun I am an amateur photographer. Usually, you would find me taking photos of sunrises and sunsets in Miami. But while on my way to my sunrise one morning, I saw some essential workers cleaning up our neighborhood streets and I decided during our present crisis and I wanted to recognize those “essential workers” in South Florida that our often not seen or recognized for the essential work that they are doing daily. I wanted to give them their moment to shine, be recognized by name and be appreciated. Wanted them to know we are grateful and blessed to have them in our community and especially during this time. This is Jeremy ….This is Luis….This is Roseline…This is Richardson, Mercedes, Jero and Ulieses…This is Chef Lawrence and Thandi…This is Angel and Dayan. This is Luis."
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Alana Gissen
"My name is Alana Gissen, I am a clinical psychotherapist and for fun I am an amateur photographer. Usually, you would find me taking photos of sunrises and sunsets in Miami. But while on my way to my sunrise one morning, I saw some essential workers cleaning up our neighborhood streets and I decided during our present crisis and I wanted to recognize those “essential workers” in South Florida that our often not seen or recognized for the essential work that they are doing daily. I wanted to give them their moment to shine, be recognized by name and be appreciated. Wanted them to know we are grateful and blessed to have them in our community and especially during this time. This is Jeremy ….This is Luis….This is Roseline…This is Richardson, Mercedes, Jero and Ulieses…This is Chef Lawrence and Thandi…This is Angel and Dayan. This is Luis."
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Alana Gissen
My name is Alana Gissen, I am a clinical psychotherapist and for fun I am an amateur photographer. Usually, you would find me taking photos of sunrises and sunsets in Miami. But while on my way to my sunrise one morning, I saw some essential workers cleaning up our neighborhood streets and I decided during our present crisis and I wanted to recognize those “essential workers” in South Florida that our often not seen or recognized for the essential work that they are doing daily. I wanted to give them their moment to shine, be recognized by name and be appreciated. Wanted them to know we are grateful and blessed to have them in our community and especially during this time. This is Jeremy ….This is Luis….This is Roseline…This is Richardson, Mercedes, Jero and Ulieses…This is Chef Lawrence and Thandi…This is Angel and Dayan. This is Luis.
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Alana Gissen
"My name is Alana Gissen, I am a clinical psychotherapist and for fun I am an amateur photographer. Usually, you would find me taking photos of sunrises and sunsets in Miami. But while on my way to my sunrise one morning, I saw some essential workers cleaning up our neighborhood streets and I decided during our present crisis and I wanted to recognize those “essential workers” in South Florida that our often not seen or recognized for the essential work that they are doing daily. I wanted to give them their moment to shine, be recognized by name and be appreciated. Wanted them to know we are grateful and blessed to have them in our community and especially during this time. This is Jeremy ….This is Luis….This is Roseline…This is Richardson, Mercedes, Jero and Ulieses…This is Chef Lawrence and Thandi…This is Angel and Dayan. This is Luis."
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Alana Gissen
"My name is Alana Gissen, I am a clinical psychotherapist and for fun I am an amateur photographer. Usually, you would find me taking photos of sunrises and sunsets in Miami. But while on my way to my sunrise one morning, I saw some essential workers cleaning up our neighborhood streets and I decided during our present crisis and I wanted to recognize those “essential workers” in South Florida that our often not seen or recognized for the essential work that they are doing daily. I wanted to give them their moment to shine, be recognized by name and be appreciated. Wanted them to know we are grateful and blessed to have them in our community and especially during this time. This is Jeremy ….This is Luis….This is Roseline…This is Richardson, Mercedes, Jero and Ulieses…This is Chef Lawrence and Thandi…This is Angel and Dayan. This is Luis."
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Cristina Suarez
"To the awesome staff of the COVID unit at NCHS, you are all amazing!!! You continue to champion for the children during all of this and your strength is powerful! Thank you for your commitment and creativity during this challenging time. I am so so proud of you!"
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Mayelin
Thank you to all the heroes!
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naidra3
Blessings to you all, forwarding prayers of continued strength & protection over your families as you go home to those open as arms & beautiful smiles. 🌹❤Sent from my Metro By T-Mobile 4G LTE Android Device
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