CHEHALIS – It’s been more than a week since Lewis County Commissioner Gary Stamper, has been at the county courthouse and involved in meetings. Now word that Commissioner Stamper, “Coach” as many call him from his days involved in Mossyrock High School sports and the former Principal at White Pass High school, is ill from complications of coronavirus. After receiving treatment at Providence Centralia Hospital he was transferred Tuesday night to Peace Health Southwest Medical Center in Vancouver where he is currently in the intensive care unit. “You can not help but be invested in your work environment, its deeply personal and watch this and be beside it as we go through this”, says  Lewis County Commissioner Lindsey Pollock on her colleagues’ hospitalization. Commissioner Sean Swope said, Commissioner Stamper “Is what I like to call the glue that brings everything together. I miss him, care about him greatly. when you spend that much time together you form a bond and so it’s definitely hard.” Swope encouraged everyone to pray for him and believe the best outcome here. Commissioners Swope and Pollock say Commissioner Stamper is receiving excellent healthcare. Commissioner Pollock says, “He has had good care all through this and am looking forward to his full recovery.” The Commissioners’ spokesman Austin Majors wrote to “join us as we send out thoughts and prayers to commissioner Stamper and his family.”   Photo courtesy: The Chronicle

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