I am saddened by the events that are occurring at Aspen Valley Hospital. Bill Rodman is my brother in law. I have known him for 35 years and in the entire time that I have known him, he has always exhibited nothing less than true honesty, integrity and professionalism. He has always been 100 percent committed to his work. And he has expected nothing less than the same 100 percent from his staff.
He loves the Aspen community and he loves caring for the people of that community. Before anyone forms any opinions, please think about the couple we have all known who is going through divorce. We all form opinions and take sides, but really, we do not know all that has gone on behind closed doors. We just don’t.
Many things have occurred over the years in Bill’s practice that should not occur in any professional environment. It is these things that very few people know about. Yet Bill has chosen to resolve them quietly and professionally. If Bill is guilty of anything, he is guilty of being a professional and being honest to the T. Unfortunately, there are many out there in our society who do not share those same values, who just try to get by and think only of themselves. Bill pulls his weight and he expects others to pull their weight equally. And he is always there to lend a helping hand — always. The only thing that matters to Bill at the end of the day is that he has cared for others to the best of his ability.
If Bill has helped you out over the years and you wish to show your appreciation towards him, please, think seriously about showing up at the board meeting this coming Monday, June 10, and showing your support.
We all know he deserves it.
Beth Le Mieux Glander