I’ve used this blog for a lot.

Let me tell you I never thought I’d be using it for this purpose.

My sister in law’s house burned down.

They have three little kids. My niece and nephews.

The live in St. George, Utah. Thank you to those of you who have already mobilized on their behalf.

A facebook page has been set up with a Wells Fargo account number and a bake sale is scheduled for this Saturday.

For now, besides prayers and emotional eating, this is all I know how to do.





Their boys are 6 and 4, their daughter is almost 2.

If you can be of any help with anything at all, even if it’s a toothbrush, please don’t hesitate to contact me and I will get you in touch with the right people.

Thank you for anything, this is a lot different when it’s actually happening to someone you know and love.

(Everyone is fine as far as I know, the cause of the fire is unknown as of now but it originated in the attic Saturday night.)

Comments

  1. When I was 18 we had a house fire. The best advice we were given and the best thing I have to pass along is to advise them to get hire public adjuster, an advocate between them and the insurance company. David West saved us so much difficulty and helped my parents to understand their plan and to obtain/demand the FULL amount they were actually entitled to by the insurance company.

  2. Oh Casey, I’m so sorry to hear this. I’ll definitely donate!!

  3. Casey I am so sorry! Do they need anything else? Let me know, and I can see if I can come up with something.

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