Paint the Corridor

The Stritmatters Helping Hoquiam with Paint the Corridor

Longtime Hoquiam resident, Paul Stritmatter, and his wife, Mary Elizabeth, have made a huge improvement to their community in Grays Harbor County. Recently, The Daily World wrote up a piece on the Paint the Corridor project, which only came about because of Paul’s and Mary Elizabeth’s vision and commitment to Hoquiam. Stritmatter Kessler staff, including our one and only Tricia Reid, rolled up their sleeves to get almost 70 houses painted.

Check out the article and the video below to learn about the amazing work!  Hats off to the Stritmatters, Tricia, and the rest of the hard-working Paint the Corridor crew!

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