Community pulls together for crash victim

Our community is a wonderful place to live and call home!

There are many times in life that people recognize there is a need for assistance, but very few people will rise to meet that need. Our community rose to meet that need on May 11th, by supporting the Spaghetti Feed and Silent Auction fund-raiser for Mark Krueger who was recently in a plane crash in Sterling.

The Mark Krueger family would like to thank all of the local businesses and individuals who supported the fund-raiser. The generosity of amazing donations and hours of work from our community, friends, family and organizations made the event a big success.

We send a big thank you to Pastor Randy Parshall, Christ Lutheran Church, Thrivent Financial for Lutheran and member families, the Soldotna Lions Club and Heavenly Delights Catering Company.

There were so many individuals that made the event a success, that it is difficult to name all of those involved. We would like to give special thanks to the following people: Aaron and Jeannine Morse, Chris and Sarah DesOrmeaux, Jan and Brock See, Matt Morse, Jack Brincefield and son, Connie Tarbox, Darren and Jessica Henry, Dave and Sharon Isaak, Noelle Miller, Nikki Audette, Doug and Penny Hallmark, Robin BeDunnah, Tom Seggerman,, Barb Jewell, Judith Warren, Linda Swarner, Ed Sleater, Jan Stiers, Donna Hoyt, and James Isaak.

We were honored to be involved from the beginning and serve through the event. The genuine support and love shown by all to the Krueger family is very much appreciated. Thank you to everyone who was involved.

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