Tahlequah Daily Press

Letters to editor

May 14, 2014

Chief Baker doing a ‘great job’

TAHLEQUAH — Editor, Daily Press:

For Chief Baker of the Cherokee Nation, I read your monthly e-mails and have been following the Cherokee Nation’s news since my childhood in the 1970s.  I just wanted to say “thank you” to you and the great job you are doing for the nation.

I have never been more proud of my heritage as I am today. Your business acumen is outstanding and your pride in your leadership position really shines through to everyone.

The accomplishments over the past five years in business and social services have been truly remarkable.

Please pass on my gratitude and admiration for those who serve the Nation and how much my family appreciates their dedication and hard work.

Isaac J. Holland

Chillicothe, Mo.

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