Apology To Pro Wake

May 19, 2024 at 3:59 p.m.


Editor, Times-Union:
I am writing this letter to apologize to Mark Richards and his company, Pro Wake.
I sincerely apologize for my actions during my time at your company. I understand that my actions were wrong and I’m aware of the implications they had.
Reflecting on my tenure, I deeply regret the decisions made and I acknowledge the impact of my actions and the outcome they have had. For that, I sincerely apologize as well.
I am committed to do everything I can to make amends for the situation to the best of my ability and carry out this sentence fully. I have taken time to reflect, I know that I have learned from the past, and I will never let this happen again. Moving forward, I will continue to learn, grow and become a better person.
Joshua Davis
Auburn, via email

Editor, Times-Union:
I am writing this letter to apologize to Mark Richards and his company, Pro Wake.
I sincerely apologize for my actions during my time at your company. I understand that my actions were wrong and I’m aware of the implications they had.
Reflecting on my tenure, I deeply regret the decisions made and I acknowledge the impact of my actions and the outcome they have had. For that, I sincerely apologize as well.
I am committed to do everything I can to make amends for the situation to the best of my ability and carry out this sentence fully. I have taken time to reflect, I know that I have learned from the past, and I will never let this happen again. Moving forward, I will continue to learn, grow and become a better person.
Joshua Davis
Auburn, via email

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