Local Businessman Helps Clean up Tulare Hospital

Volunteer work by Mid Valley Pipe & Supply owner George Tristao sent a crew, including  his son and employees, to clean up and organize construction materials at the front of the Tower construction site.

“I was approached by The Tulare Hospital Foundation and as a Tulare resident I wanted to help out. I’ve been involved with the foundation for years,” said Tristao.

Tristao sent a crew of six people and took six hours to clean up the front of the hospital around the tower making the front look much more presentable. This allowed the district to move the existing construction site fence line on Cherry Street and open up the Adventist Health Tulare Main Lobby approach area. The crew has also offered to come back to clean up and organize other areas of the construction site.

The hospital is important to the community. We need the tower completed,” said Tristao.

In Depth: Tulare Regional Medical Center

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  1. What makes Tulare strong are people like Mr. Tristao setting the example of community pride and outreach. Thank you Mr. Tristao and to your crew as well. I hope your example is adopted by others. It takes a village. 🙂

  2. George is such a generous person. He and his wife do many quiet things to support this community and several individuals!!!🎉🎉🎉🎉

  3. Very good job Jorge
    is with people like that ,we need in this country to make a better living .

  4. These are the true behind-the-scenes ‘Hometown Heroes’ who get things done without expecting a press release or to cause turmoil in their own town. A few of our so-called ‘leaders’ could take a lesson from George and his crew. Awesome job, George!👍🏻

  5. I am so glad there are people like Mr Tristao in this town. There are so few people like that here in Tulare. Even our representatives rip us off. THANK YOU Mr. Tristao and your crew. God has a special place for you!

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