Thanks Margie for posting the reply from Tracy.
At the end of the day, that's what it is all about, restoring a memory. That's what makes it all worthwhile.
Tracy was very kind in thanking everyone involved because it takes a lot of people and they are all volunteers. There is yourself and the Board of Directors that oversee the process, the OPR Web Master for the OPR Site, the donors that donate the money for the copy runs and OPR Expenses, the people on the copy runs that do all the advance work to get them set-up, the people that sign-up the owners and copy the damaged photos, the person that does the cropping and uploading to Photoshelter (Photoshelter donates the web storage space for the photos), the gallery owners that work with the volunteers that do the actual restore, the people who give advice on the Forum, Quality Control for making sure OPR Standards are met, the person that sends the pictures out to be printed and then shipped to the owner and DigMyPics for donating the printing. Hopefully I did not forget anyone.