Last weekend some family, friends and I came to Logan to experience the Hatfield McCoy ATV trails. We had a great time and were impressed with the friendliness of the people in the area - ranging from the staff at the Holiday Inn Express, restaurants and other local businesses, to locals we met while in town and on the trails. Everyone was friendly and helpful.
However, the most amazing act of hospitality and kindness was from a man named Jeffery Noll residing in Madison. On the way home on Monday our truck broke down.
My brother and I stayed behind to wait for the tow truck. Several people stopped to see if they could help. Jeff stopped and offered water and food. He also stayed with us for several hours until the tow truck arrived to transport our truck, trailer and ATVs back to Pennsylvania at nearly 4 a.m.
He let us store two ATVs (that wouldn’t fit in the tow truck) at his home and drove us to a hotel.
In the morning, he picked us up and took us to U Haul. He never a sked for anything in return even though he has been out of work and may be losing his home.
Jeff has worked in the coal and logging industry and has been around heavy equipment for many years. We are all home now, but Jeff could still use some kindness himself.
Thank you, Jeff!